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Version 1 of my switchbox was for 3 headlamps:
Version 2 was almost the same, but for 4 headlamps.
Version 3 is for 4 headlamps or taillamps: Walnut veneer front (I'm not kidding), 8x Miyama switches to switch headlamps/taillamps, switch between 2 inputs (could be dynamos), to switch poles for a direct current power source (Sunup Eco or battery or regulated voltage source) and for the status LEDs. 15 x 3mm status LEDs powered by 2xAA rechargeable batteries. Inputs from battery/dynamo/voltage source using banana plugs or clamps, outputs to taillamp/headlamp using clamps, 4.8mm connectors, 2.8mm connectors, banana plugs. Then a separate thingy with StVZO testing resistors.
Pictures to follow.
I'm already working on version 4 which will probably be good enough so I won't need to think about v5 :)
First version was rather simple for 4 headlamps using a klickfix mount which doesn't work well. To be honest, klickfix mounts are complete and utter crap because whatever you put on it will vibrate or rotate around the handlebar if it's a reasonably heavy basket.
2nd version: Description to follow.
Description to follow.
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Last modified: Wed Jan 2 18:09:07 CET 2013