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Author Topic: Tomytec Moving Bus System - chassis changes  (Read 81 times)

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Tomytec Moving Bus System - chassis changes
« on: November 04, 2017, 10:58:03 am »
I have just received a new delivery of the Walthers WBM-L01 chassis (Tomytec 264583) which has been revised. The chassis is now delivered with the Lithium polymer ion battery disconnected. A white battery isolator is attached to the right hand side of the chassis. This needs to be slid upwards to connect the two halves of the JST connector. After this the isolator is removed and the chassis can be run as normal after an initial charge. Instructions are provided for carrying out the connection, and there are now clear instructions about keeping the Li-on cell in good condition by recharging every 90 days during storage.

The isolator in transit position - battery disconnected.



The isolator moved upwards to connect the two halves of the JST connectors.




The chassis in running position with the isolator removed.


« Last Edit: November 04, 2017, 06:19:50 pm by woodbury22uk »
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