Paul Ash wrote:
> Hello All,
> I understand that a common modification to HAM IV and T2X rotor
> control boxes is a circuit which delays the activation of the
> brake solinoid until some time after the rotor motor has stopped.
An article of interest "Automatic Rotor Brake delay", Ham Radio, August
1989, on the Ham II/CD44 system. It is probably ok on the Ham M also.
> I've also been told that a few of the rotor dealers sell this
> mod. (C.A.T.S. and Norm's for sure)
> Being one of those hams who likes to build things, I was wondering
> if anyone out there has a description of the circuitry involved.
> I seem to recall an article in one of the mags a few years back
> (possibly QST??) but I'm not sure. If anyone out there has any info
> I would like to hear from you. Thanks, 73, Paul N1PA
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