UF-T20 with pressure pad

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the crow
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UF-T20 with pressure pad

Post by the crow » 12 Mar 2013, 16:34

This is a link to the one I used I bought it 15month ago. I just took it to bits then cut the wire then put the wire threw the hole were the button went then soldered it back together.Mines got a extra bit of curley wire.


http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/270514705518? ... 1423.l2649

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Re: UF-T20 with pressure pad

Post by some bloke » 13 Mar 2013, 01:16

That sounds like it's worth a look thanks me ole beauty. :thumbup:
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Re: UF-T20 with pressure pad

Post by kwakamonkey » 13 Mar 2013, 21:05

is it a direct fit on or any modding to get it to fit? i fancy getting the torch for on my rifle and needs a pressure switch .
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Re: UF-T20 with pressure pad

Post by faisal » 16 Mar 2013, 22:44

sorry for double posting, just seen this thread now

Remote pressure switch for the torch
If anyone is interested
ebay item 270930423011

remove the internals with needle nose pliers and swap with the ones from the button switch that came with the torch, the thread and the size is the same so no cutting joining soldering or what ever is required.

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Re: UF-T20 with pressure pad

Post by the crow » 17 Mar 2013, 00:04

faisal wrote:sorry for double posting, just seen this thread now

Remote pressure switch for the torch
If anyone is interested
ebay item 270930423011

remove the internals with needle nose pliers and swap with the ones from the button switch that came with the torch, the thread and the size is the same so no cutting joining soldering or what ever is required.

Cheers
Faisal
Good to know thanks, does the pressure pad fit threw the hole?

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Re: UF-T20 with pressure pad

Post by faisal » 17 Mar 2013, 20:56

I didnt have any problems at all but can't say much for chinese specs from piece to piece.
Best is to check the width of the pressure pad from the seller.


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Re: UF-T20 with pressure pad

Post by jdk1 » 02 Apr 2013, 20:55

faisal wrote:sorry for double posting, just seen this thread now

Remote pressure switch for the torch
If anyone is interested
ebay item 270930423011

remove the internals with needle nose pliers and swap with the ones from the button switch that came with the torch, the thread and the size is the same so no cutting joining soldering or what ever is required.

Cheers
Faisal
My pressure switch came today and it works well , no cutting or soldering and i got it fitted in less than five minutes :thumbup:

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Re: UF-T20 with pressure pad

Post by faisal » 02 Apr 2013, 23:11

I am glad my link worked out well for you.
I bought it for another torch which I cant seem to find now, so much parts lying everywhere that the wife is fed up.

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