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OI Fuses?

Does anyone know the current rating on the +5V Aux?

I want to use the +5 Aux to power an IC. I assume all fuses are inside the casing of the new OI. This makes them very hard to change, so I really don't want to blow one.
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Re: OI Fuses?

Check the OI user manual and the rules, you are not allowed to power anything from the OI except LEDs and potentiometers.

If you want to add any other type of circuits or electronics, you have to power them from a battery that you supply.
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Re: OI Fuses?

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Check the OI user manual and the rules, you are not allowed to power anything from the OI except LEDs and potentiometers.

If you want to add any other type of circuits or electronics, you have to power them from a battery that you supply.

Or they can be powered off of the +12 just like everything else (through a 20A fuse of course...)
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Or they can be powered off of the +12 just like everything else (through a 20A fuse of course...)
You're thinking about the RC. The question is in regards to the OI.
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You're thinking about the RC. The question is in regards to the OI.

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