War of The Worlds Board for Lights/Weapons and Audio FX Board
Martian War Machine effects board for the classic war machine from the 1953 movie by Pegasus Models!
Add life to your Pegasus Models 1:48 scale Martian War Machine. All the connections to this boards are done to the 8 wire mating connectors, no soldering (to the control board).
This is a complete weapons effect board with a few extra goodies! The board is designed to provide all the Internal Lighting and two sound boards as well as Four Iconic Sounds, Hovering,Lasers,Eye Ray Blast and Ship Dying Sound. Due to these features, we can activate the Eye Ray Blast or Wing Tip Laser functions independently of each other or both and be heard simultaneously through their individual speaker just like in the show - No waiting for one sound to stop so you can activate another one! Small enough to fit just about anywhere you'll feel comfortable placing it inside the ship, or in the base if you wish to place it there. In addition there is another momentary switch which will activate the ship dying sound, simulating the ships dying out at the end of the movie.
TenaControls uses commercial grade components in their products for reliability and longevity. They provide a 5 Year Warranty.
- One (1) Fully assembled board
- Three (3) momentary switch
- Four (4) 1.8mm Green LED
- Three (3) 5mm Green LED
- One (1) 3mm Bicolor LED
- One (1) Led Strip Green
- Wiring and shrink tubing for the LED
- Five (5) resistors
- Wiring Instructions
- Three (3) JST 8-Pin Connectors
- Two (2) speakers
- Best warranty in the business – 5 Year Warranty
- Made in the USA
Important: This board will also work on 12 volt DC supply.
(model kit not included)
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