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In this Photography tutorial you will learn about he cactus v2s wireless flash trigger system. includes two modifications ...
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Hello, my name is Roy Nicewonger, the owner and operator of monthlypixel.com. Today I'm going to go over the modification of the Cactus Wireless Flash Trigger. The V2s model, going to the installing of 433 megahertz cord of wave antenna to the transmitter and hopes up increasing the reliability and distance of the transmitter. So I’ll just jump right hand, let’s take a look at the pillow materials here and the tools required.
Of course, you’re going to need the Cactus V2s transmitter, small Phillip screwdriver, next from DV key and this is outlined on my web site monthly pixel.com/forms. Look under the tutorial section and I’ll get the part members on the web site link there. When I need an estimate bouquet cord range antenna, of course you’re going to need the antenna itself; the estimate is 433-megahertz cord wave antenna. You’re going to need the 6 inch, 22 gage wire. I'm going to 10 each card using the lore basic cutters. You’re going to need sone sound ringed equipment. This is my sound- ringed flax, and of course, you’re going to need a drill.
Okay step one is- actually this is simple the transmitter. The way they cover goes on like this so I keep the orientation simple. Let’s get it back together like this. All we have to do is, this is the circuit board landing where the wire was swotter too, the wire will coil and land to this area approximately right here so that the bolt head, the turds here and at the end of this area. We can’t go too far back here or the bolt head connector will hit the PCB. Now, we can’t go to too far forward where we’ll hit this plastic molding ridge right here,
Okay so what I'm going to do is use the star washer here which will lock it in place and then I'm going to lay it approximately right there and that’s where it’s going to. That’s where the bolt head connector will be mounted right there. So we need to mark our pallet hole right into the center of that. Drill our pallet whole drill or cord range hole, I’ll probably drill that from the outside to end and then mount our connector. Okay, I marked this back with the drill bit, I’m going to drill, and I’ll drill from the inside out using my potholder here, so it’s so. Now using my cord range a little bit, drill straight and perpendicular to the surface, the surface going to curves so keep in mind that it curves and just a little bit drilling perpendicular from the outside.
Here we are! Here we have our whole easy peas. Okay, next step is to go ahead and put the bolt heads going up in his nap. Before I do that, I'm going to use a little bit of non-permanent lock type on the underside thread here just a little bit. Go ahead and stick this through just like that.
Hey Logan, how was your nap? What’s a good he comes, he can look. Give me a look, come here! You got a horsy pillow? Did you have a good nap too? That is making a little antenna on this on the antenna. You know like an antenna on a bag. Now it’s here, I got an extra tool. I didn’t speak up earlier. Here it goes! Slowly put that at the star wash which was on the under side. It looks nice and cleans this way and its giving snag. I'm going to use this wire creeper here, bolt cutter, and lightly hold that and then be kind to type it down. Okay I should do it. I have a nice clean look here, and I'm testing the antenna here, a nice and clean look there. We’re just fine next up uttering the wire.
Okay the next step is to turn the wire, the six-inch wire, 22-gauge wire I have here. It is a stranded wire and another component that I added to the mixture to is a tool is too little handy sweltering stands here with the alligator clips. So let’s create and do that! I want to have strip off the end, strip off about three and seven inch of wire per wire on each in. have a swotter in here and heat that up nicely. So here’s the sweltering paste normally I did that in clean all some of the setter and we always want to keep the suturing iron tend.