Radio control switch

Radio control 2 Way Switcher ARCS2

Radio Control 2 Way Switch

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Radio Control 2 Way Switch

Please note this is solid state  no relay’s to wear out like other’s.

The ARCS2 Radio control switcher provides 2 separate switched circuits

from one proportional or switched (center off) R/C channel.

Tested and works with 27Mhz,35Mhz,40Mhz,72Mhz and 2.4Ghz

If you push the stick up once it switches on the switch 1,
and push up again to turn it off. The same for switch 2 moving the stick down.
if you are using a switched channel you will need to
move the switch and then back again to turn on otherwise
it will switch on and off.

I can make it Latching or Nonlatching as required

Each of the two outputs can be driven independently.

You can use to different supply voltages

e.g. Switch 1 for lights 6 Volts, Switch 2 for lights,pump 12 Volts.

switch up to 10A per circuit.

The circuit is powered from the receiver so switching voltage can be from 2 – 24 Volts.

The size is only 32mm x 25mm x 11mm.

Screw connections are provided to connect the outputs.

On a car it may switch head lights and a Mini MP3 player on/off etc.

On a boat common uses are navigation lights, interior and deck lights.

On a tank as in mine a small MP3 player to play The crew talking to each other.

On a plane Nav lights and maybe landing lights or even glow plug.

What can you think to switch????

Built and tested my myself and used by myself.

Wiring Example

                                      RC Switch


7 thoughts on “Radio control switch

    ken Churchill said:
    September 16, 2015 at 5:12 pm

    Hi Andy,
    I have several of your switchers and they are a lovely piece of kit to us in the model boat world.

    Is it possible for us customers to change the mode from latching to Non latching please.




      Andy Quirot responded:
      September 16, 2015 at 7:30 pm

      Hi there
      I am currently making a latching/non latching board the is selectable.
      Regards Andy Quirot


        ken Churchill said:
        September 17, 2015 at 10:06 am

        Wonderful. I’ll inform the club’s members.
        Thank you Andy

        Like responded:
      March 7, 2016 at 10:38 pm

      Hi Ken
      The new switch board is adjustable from latching to non latching via a small jumper.
      Regards Andy Quirot


    Ken Churchill said:
    March 20, 2016 at 4:29 pm

    Great…… I’ll have two please



    Tony Walsham said:
    March 4, 2017 at 11:46 pm

    How much and how do I contact you please?


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