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Arune
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 06, 2008 8:52 am
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N ow, before the Blades were sold, I ordered some navigation lights for them. One set I am holding for the Quark. The instructions for the Blade installation were to simply plug it into one of the spare sockets on the 3-in-1. Instructions for the Quark are as follows:

"I think that the Quark does not have any extra channels that can be used
for controlling the lights, but you can still use the #3070 Small Heli
Deluxe. The light set cannot be controlled, but would be "full-on" all
of the time: the strobe is flashing, red and green nav lights on, the
spotlight is on, and the landing lights are on...

We could send a "y"-adapter with the lights that will allow you to plug
the lights into one of the channels on the helicopter's receiver. This
will give power to the lights, and still allow whatever is normally
plugged in to that channel to still work normally."

Any ideas on finding a "y" adaptor locally? What type of shop might have these. Radio Shack? Any special type?

With our very long nights, I intend to fly outside at night!!!!

Willow
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bluemist
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 06, 2008 10:59 pm
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I don't have a Quark but from what I read on your post I think Radio Shack would be a good place to try. If you have a picture of the '"y"-adapter' or an example of what it's supposed to look that you could show it to the staff and they can probably help you locate it.
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flightright
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 07, 2008 12:24 pm
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Arune wrote:

We could send a "y"-adapter with the lights that will allow you to plug
the lights into one of the channels on the helicopter's receiver. This
will give power to the lights, and still allow whatever is normally
plugged in to that channel to still work normally."


How much are they charging for it? I think if it's not too much you might just order one from them. That should be the easiest way Smile
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Arune
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 1:59 am
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Very valid point - and all I can reply is that my budget for this hobby demands alternatives where possible...

Willow
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silhouette015
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 1:51 pm
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In that case, I agree with Bluemist that the best option would probably be radioshack.

You might also try other electronic stores, particular ones in China Town. They stock a wide array of components not to be found anywhere else.
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