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Thread: 18V Safety Light

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    Henry Nourse
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    Hi all, we're reaching the last steps on our featherweight robot Turntable and we've been totally unable to find a suitable LED or suchlike to act as a safety light on our 18V system. A quick Google has suggested various linear vintage reduction devices but I imagine that wouldn't really be suitable for this kind of thing.

    Does anyone have a suggestion for a solution or suitable light?

    Also if anyone can advise the strength of Fuse needed for an 18V system powering two drill motors on TZ85A's with 10 AWG wires, I'd appreciate it. I'm not sure if we should use 40A, as that's the limit of the wires, or 80-85A as that's the limit of the ESC!

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    Hi there Henry. I had the same problem with my FW which also runs 18V. I searched for 24V LED's & found a lot of options. The ones I bought work just fine so I'd recommend searching for 24V LED's instead.

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    try this link Oracoke sent to me and they work a treat!

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1-Cabled-...72.m2749.l2649

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