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Old 05-08-2009, 12:38 PM
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Circuitry Question

So for the remote bottle openers on various nitrous kits, how does it work? They give you a switch that has 3 positions: "neutral" up and down. What is actually happening in those three states? Does one provide a different amount of DC? How does it differentiate between the up and down states?
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Re: Circuitry Question

Without seeing a schematic I'd guess neutral is off, down is close, and up is open.
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Re: Circuitry Question

Well duh, I know that much :p.

I mean when I push it down, does to push out 5V and when its up is it doing 10V? How does the bottle opener differentiate the two states?
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It's switching the polarity, which reverses the direction the motor spins.
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Re: Circuitry Question

the only certain way to to tell, is to use a multimeter and check for voltage when operating it.
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