Optical Ignition Kill Switch

Brand: Evolution Engines

Part Number: EVOA100

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A must-have safety device for any model with a gasoline engine, with the Evolution® Optical Electronic Kill Switch you can kill your gas engine remotely from your transmitter without having to touch your model. The kill switch is fiber optically coupled to isolate your radio system from the ignition system so you won’t have to worry about interference.

Optical Ignition Kill Switch Features:
  • Remote LED to indicate if the ignition is live
  • Fiber optically coupled to eliminate interference
  • Li-Po/Li-Ion/LiFe/Ni-Cd/Ni-MH compatible
  • Output range from 3V, 3 amps up to 20V, 16 amps
  • Minimal voltage drop, less than 150mv
  • Surface mount technology
  • High-quality wiring with universal servo connectors
  • Only 0.3 oz/8 g
  • Automatically shuts down power to the ignition on loss of signal
Optical Ignition Kill Switch Specifications:
  • Height: 0.30 in (7.5mm)
  • Length: 1.50 inch (37mm)
  • Weight: 0.30 oz (8 g)
  • Width: 0.67 in (17mm)
  • Popular Accessory Types: Kill Switch
  • Brand: Evolution Engines
  • Part No: EVOA100
  • Fitment: Option Part

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Will it work for a losi DBXL
Asked by Jonathan Choppen on 12th April 2018

We'd reccomend DYNE1240 on large scale cars.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Will this unit work with futaba R6014FS receivers? The Rcxl units don’t, for some reason, but they will with other futaba receivers, so I’m looking for something compatible.
Asked by Geoff Griffiths on 21st September 2019

I must confess I can't answer that for you. We've used these extensively and not found a receiver they won't work with... Could it perhaps be a setting on the transmitter?

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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