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Unread 02-02-2020, 11:15 AM   #21
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The Solenoid is OK sideways (actually better for some designs), the only invalid position is upside down.

The single micro-switch FNR is not designed for Controller carts so You are limited to add additional functionality.

The diode comment on that thread was related to using a Reversing Contactor with a DPDT toggle switch.

You also cannot do the reverse buzzer like the old resistor carts that used that FNR since the Motor does not connect directly to B-.
Thanks Sergio!

My cart still has the stock F/R lever. Do I need to worry about any of that other stuff?
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Unread 02-02-2020, 11:34 AM   #22
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Looks like you and I are doing the same thing today! Good luck
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Unread 02-02-2020, 11:45 AM   #23
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That FNR works great for switching direction.

The only issue is that it cannot be used to reduce speed for reverse or activate a buzzer.
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That FNR works great for switching direction.

The only issue is that it cannot be used to reduce speed for reverse or activate a buzzer.
Ok, what do I need to do to make sure I have my reverse buzzer is activated?
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Looks like you and I are doing the same thing today! Good luck
I gotta wait till I get some 16 gauge wire to make some wiring changes.

Oh well
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That FNR works great for switching direction.

The only issue is that it cannot be used to reduce speed for reverse or activate a buzzer.
What do I need to do in order for my new setup to activate the reverse buzzer when it is put in reverse?
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Unread 02-04-2020, 01:46 PM   #27
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Nice so far, I hunt with mine too (well, I will after some work), so following along!
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What do I need to do in order for my new setup to activate the reverse buzzer when it is put in reverse?
If You have the FNR with the single micro-switch, You will need to figure out a way to mount another micro-switch to either be activated by the lever or modify the FNR body to add an additional lobe that only clicks the additional micro-switch in reverse.

You could also try to figure out a way to mount a magnet and a reed switch that gets activated in reverse.

As I mentioned, the single micro-switch FNR was not designed for carts with Controllers, You will need to buy the modern 3 micro-switch model if You want to activate reverse speed and/or a buzzer.
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If You have the FNR with the single micro-switch, You will need to figure out a way to mount another micro-switch to either be activated by the lever or modify the FNR body to add an additional lobe that only clicks the additional micro-switch in reverse.

You could also try to figure out a way to mount a magnet and a reed switch that gets activated in reverse.

As I mentioned, the single micro-switch FNR was not designed for carts with Controllers, You will need to buy the modern 3 micro-switch model if You want to activate reverse speed and/or a buzzer.
This is my F/R switch
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That's the three micro switch FNR, you are fine, just wire it like your wiring diagram.
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