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TeensySaber V3 and Proffieboard single PDF user manual
« on: November 14, 2019, 03:39:18 AM »
Here is a single PDF user manual I made for TeensySaber V3 and Proffieboard
to make the wiring and programming a little bit easier for installers



- TeensySaber V3 and Proffieboard v1.5 PDF user manual: > DOWNLOAD LINK <

- Proffieboard v2.2 PDF user manual: COMING SOON


- Tutorial videos by Megtooth Sith: Proffie and TeensySaber V3 Tutorial Vids
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Re: TeensySaber V3 and Proffieboard single PDF user manual
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2019, 10:32:28 AM »
Hey @ShotkD  !  Thank you for the updated manual!  I'm looking forward to seeing the v2.2 Manual as well!

I see you're recommending a 1.5A Switch as a Kill Switch in addition to the Kill Key in the Recharge Port.

The switches I have are 0.4VA, which I think are too weak for a Kill Switch, but would they work for an On/Off switch for the bluetooth?

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Re: TeensySaber V3 and Proffieboard single PDF user manual
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2019, 07:20:29 AM »
Hey @ShotkD  !  Thank you for the updated manual!  I'm looking forward to seeing the v2.2 Manual as well!

I see you're recommending a 1.5A Switch as a Kill Switch in addition to the Kill Key in the Recharge Port.

The switches I have are 0.4VA, which I think are too weak for a Kill Switch, but would they work for an On/Off switch for the bluetooth?
The Kill Switches (TS01CQE) I recommend in the PDF manual are tested at 5-6 Amps and work fine (at higher currents they start to overheat and cause current losses and voltage drop), just make sure you wire them as recommended in the PDF manual wiring diagrams.
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