• MWS BuckPuck

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Item #: MWSBP
Our Price: $25.49
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MWS BuckPuck

Input voltage must be greater than 5v and below 32v

Supports the following components via screw terminals with JST connectors pre-installed.
  • Blue- and White+ JST > Main LED (L+ and L-)
  • Red and Black JST > Accent LED (A+ and A-) Only on when switch is on
  • Yellow JST > Latching Switch (SW)
  • Accent LED Resistor (ARES) Simply attach one of the resistor legs to each of the terminals. This will reduce the output voltage to the Accent LED terminals.
  • Red and Black JST > Recharge Port (R+ and R-) This simply goes straight to the battery. Only charge with switch turned off.
  • Red and Black JST > Battery Input (B+ and B-)

    Make sure the bottom is either placed in a safe location or covered so the pins cannot create a short circuit. This can be done by simply taping over them.

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by Tommy
on 12/14/2012
from Tonganoxie, KS
Probably the best idea ever
This item is a must for any novice saber builders. It makes the wiring just too easy to mess up. Well worth the extra money to have a completely no-solder way to hook everything up. Couple this with the LED kits and some extra jst connectors (those things are great and make things very simple) and you have a snap together wiring harness. Only soldering I did for my latest was to add jst connections to the switch and everything else plugged in. The ARES ports are a wonderful addition and make accent LEDs (like in my lighted AV switch) a snap to add.
by Dan
on 10/2/2012
from Alexandria
too easy
makes saber building almost too easy. This little puck does all the work for you, and takes all the guesswork out of it. Not that I'm complaining. Was a great tool to start with! It's also a great thing to use to test LEDs. All you'd need is a cheap switch, a battery, this and your LED module. Stunt saber electronics DONE. No soldering, no resistor calculations. A must for any padawan.
by Gaz
on 9/22/2012
from Nottingham, UK
Very handy
This part coupled with the other MWS parts makes saber building so simple, does exactly what you'd expect. The only thing I didn't realise was the size of the buckpuck. Tt's fairly large - around 1.25 inches in length, so make sure you have plenty of room for your batteries unless you're a black belt in Cram-Fu
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