FYI The T2X box is designed to run an AC motor, while the Tic box is
designed for a 24VDC motor.
Feed back for position on both rotors is via a 500 ohm potentiometer.
You could make a box with two 24v DC relays and a transformer to do what you
want. But the best answer is to use the rotor EZ by Idiom Press. It would be
much easier to achieve, and give better results.
73 de Rich K0XG
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nat Heatwole" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 9:47 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] T2X and the Ring Rotor Control Box
> Hi all. I'm wondering if it would be possible to drive a Hy-Gain T2X (or
> similar) rotor with the control box from a TIC Ring Rotor? Obviously, if
> this was possible, some modification would be necessary to make them
> compatible with each other, but my question is if in fact it would be
> possible to accomplish this? I really like the features/price/reliability
> the T2X rotor but find the Ring Rotor's control box easier to operate and
> the "point and shoot" aspect is very nice. Would a combination of the T2X
> rotor and the Ring Rotor control box be possible or will it forever remain
> 73, Nat, WZ3AR
> Damascus, Maryland
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