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11-28-2008, 01:53 PM
I just got my hands on an Airtronics 3 round burst unit from someone but it was not wired. I have done an exstensive search on the net for a wiring diagram but have turned up nothing at all. I know that Airtronics has long since been gone but I was hoping that someone could help me out with a wiring diagram so I can figure out where the wires need to go to install both the connectors that you use to install this unit inline with the battery going to the gun. What I have learned is that all you do is plug this into the gun and then plug the battery into this unit and anytime you want to you can just unplug it and remove it from the gun without any kind of rewire job to the gun. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.
11-29-2008, 12:51 AM
Could you take a picture to see the current configuration? I have some 3-round burst units here that might be worth comparing.
11-29-2008, 08:51 AM
These were the best pictures that I could take of the unit with my camera Wolv considering this unit is only about 3/4 of an inch wide and 1 1/2 inches long. One picture show the three pins that protrude through the back of the unit from the mosfet and the board that I soldered wires to hoping that was right. None of those wires have been distiguished as to what they go to and I may be totally wrong about them. The last picture is just some kind of stock picture showing what the whole unit looks like (without the wires that I need of course). I made it as far as, from what I thought to be correct, to solder wires onto the pins from the mosfet that sticks through the back of the board and another pin that I thought would be a positive wire either to the battery or the gun (I am leaning more towards this being for the battery) with the mosfet pins being the negatives to the battery and the gun but I am not sure if that is correct and have not been able to figure out where the other posititve wire should go. I also don't want to plug this into a battery and try it out yet because I am not sure if it is wired correct or not and I am afraid I will fry the unit.
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