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Atlas Trap Question: Wiring

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by JDinTX, Dec 10, 2008.

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  1. JDinTX

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    Has anyone ever wired an At250 with an AT50 to shoot some doubles. When I split the pedal cord with a "Y" splitter, the AT50 just starts throwing as soon as plug into it, even with power off. So it is drawing feedback off the other trap, but I don't know a way around it. I called Atlas about it and of course they said they would build me a junction box to do it for just $75 bucks, but there has to be a simple fix for this, I just don't know it. Any feedback appreciated. JD
     
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    QRP has manuals for connecting 2 twelve volt machines together.

    This is a skeet diagram and should work for you.

    Easier than 75.00 for a box.
     
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    Thanks to all. Talked to Alan at QRP and it appears that a couple of diodes run in-line are the answer. So off to radioshack today for some parts. I'll post how it turns out after I try it. JD
     
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    HRG. Thanks for th tip to QRP. I had never been over there before and there was a wealth of info on their site. JD
     
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