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    ego mag build

    ok building a ego mag and wanted to used a way cheaper noid than most, if its good enough for a viking or timmy good enough for a ego mag lol

    here is what i have
    http://macvalves.com/Portals/97890/docs/43catalog.pdf
    its to big to fit in the grip with the battery but i can maybe fit it in the rail or i will gut a as thru lol i cool with that

    things i need to know is what ports to use on the noid... whats in out and vent if any? i go crossed eyed after long reading so hoping if someone can help me some lol

    do i just wire the two wires off the noid straight to the 2 on the ego board on my noids both wires r gray? does it matter what wire go where..... there both gray on the noid.

    can i just use a 9volt battery and not have to use anything else to not fry the noid or under or over power it?

    ty guys

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    there's one on here too but PBN's search works better

    http://www.pbnation.com/showthread.php?t=3518618&page=2

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    they work fine straight off a 9v Lucky used the 3 port version on there ion mods there a very reliable noid and have a high cycle rate, I have loads of the 5 port ones just never used them it doesn't matter which way you wire the noid leads.

    if I can help you anyway feel free to ask

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    thanks bt alot of the threads here on ao the links and pics dont work....

    renie on my noid what ports do i use? I assume in, out/vent?

    thanks for the info!!

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    it should be on the sticker on the side of the noid ill get you a pic of the one I got in 2 mins, I have the 3 port version off an old lucky ion and that uses usually open ports going from port 3 input to port 2 output with continues flow and when activated closes port 2 which on an ion dumps the forward pressure.

    you want the usually closed setup so once activated the air flows to your activator, on this noid it would be port 1 input port 2 output.

    if your not sure you can always blow through it and test which ports work

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    on the 5 port version port 3 input is normally closed when activated flows to port but it has a vent on the spool base so what your best setup would be is input port 1 blank port 2 making your output port 4 which in turn makes port 5 your vent

    Last edited by renie; 02-24-2014 at 08:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by renie View Post
    they work fine straight off a 9v Lucky used the 3 port version on there ion mods there a very reliable noid and have a high cycle rate, I have loads of the 5 port ones just never used them it doesn't matter which way you wire the noid leads.

    if I can help you anyway feel free to ask
    Renie, did you notice RTLover's spec sheet is only 12 or 24 VDC? It doesn't seem to cover the 5 vdc solenoids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider-TW View Post
    Renie, did you notice RTLover's spec sheet is only 12 or 24 VDC? It doesn't seem to cover the 5 vdc solenoids.
    ah.. no I didn't I presumed it was the same as the ones I have

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider-TW View Post
    Renie, did you notice RTLover's spec sheet is only 12 or 24 VDC? It doesn't seem to cover the 5 vdc solenoids.
    Quote Originally Posted by renie View Post
    ah.. no I didn't I presumed it was the same as the ones I have
    English guys lol!!! Do I need a different noid or something?

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