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    Warp Link/Sensor

    Fiddling with a used warp I got years back and never used.

    1 - vibration sensor only triggers when the sensitivity is cranked almost all the way up and is only full on. Doesn’t seem to respond to vibration, regardless of setting or jumper. Should I consider this a PTP warp intended for the bracket mount sensor?

    2 - if I build a link to a trigger switch is it on a TRS(stereo) or TS(mono) 2.5mm/3/32?

    Thanks for any help!

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    Radio Shack Part Numbers:
    3/32" (2.5mm) phone plugs 274-289
    22 guage wire 278-1224
    Roller lever switch 275-017
    Round head machine screws 64-3010
    Hex nuts 64-3017

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    Thanks very much

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    Your welcome

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    Just to clarify:

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    Thanks! Definitely not how I took it from the first picture. So it’s just simple series through a voltage regulator then? The shrink on the battery side was deceiving haha. Looked a little like all three were joined into single red to regulator. If I were to do a direct wire instead of a 9 volt clip on the warp side (probably not a benefit other than cleaning it up a little) it would be warp black to regulator center lug and warp red to regulator right, correct?

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    I use to make the harnesses that way just to keep it clean, the individual connections do have heat shrink on them, I just added a larger one over both to clean up the loose wires.

    Personally I wouldn't mess with the board for ease of repair if it ever needed it. There's plenty of room in the Warp housing for the harness, but if you want to take it further and you and know what you're doing go for it.

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    Thanks! I know more in the audio signal world, but some translates. Tucked and shrinked that way is definitely cleaner. Hadn’t thought about keeping clips for changing the regulator if needed. I’ll go that direction.

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    The only other mod I use to do on these was an on/off switch with an LED (on light)

    I machined the housings on a knee mill
    The light and switch were inline on opposite sides of the housing, there was just enough room to fit the parts and wiring.

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    On/Off LED wiring
    Radio Shack LED 276-011
    Switch 275-624 or 275-0645

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    Contact Sandman @ AGD for Custom Lc Warp Brackets (I'm pretty sure they're not listed on the AGD website)

    That's all I got. lol

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