View single post by fallen
 Posted: Mon Aug 2nd, 2021 04:39 pm
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Just to clarify,
you can make the connection to the LED terminal at the switch,
but not to pin-8 on the transmitter board ?

Then you can connect to the positive power lead to the transmitter board instead,
but you must put a resistor in series with the LED.

The value will depend on the battery supply voltage,
but its not critical.

If you have a 9v battery then 470 or 330 Ohm one would be a good starting value,
lower battery voltage would need a lower resistor, perhaps 220 or 150 Ohm.

If you do this it will work to indicate the power is on,
but you will not get the flashing signals for binding or low battery voltage.


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