Bannana Safety

Stones

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Use a single wire between the 2 connections on the "male" clip. Use the "female" connector as the "keyslot" in the launch circuit.
 

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I would not recommend using a banana type connector as an interlock. I'ts designed to stay connected. It also lends it self, depending on the type of binding post, to a permanent not very visible override.

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Originally posted by Hospital_Rocket
I would not recommend using a banana type connector as an interlock. I'ts designed to stay connected. It also lends it self, depending on the type of binding post, to a permanent not very visible override.

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What do you recommend?
 

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Best is any sort of key switch.

Barring that a momentary button so that in order to launch, both buttons need to be pressed.
 

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Originally posted by Hospital_Rocket
Best is any sort of key switch.

Barring that a momentary button so that in order to launch, both buttons need to be pressed.
This happens to be what I use on my system. Very simple to wire up and no key to lose/search for. ;)
 
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