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Post by kooshking on Thu 18 Sep 2014 - 9:17

Just did a simple test with Nano Protech on RC electronics. Suppose to waterproof electronics to prevent short circuits.
Here's the video to share.



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Re: Nano Protech Test

Post by babyboy on Mon 22 Sep 2014 - 16:11

Hi David. Do note that it may not be 100% water proof. I use corrosionX and plastic bag to wrap my electronics.

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Re: Nano Protech Test

Post by kooshking on Mon 22 Sep 2014 - 16:24

babyboy wrote:Hi David. Do note that it may not be 100% water proof. I use corrosionX and plastic bag to wrap my electronics.

Happy trailling.

Thanks for the advice! I will be doing further trials with this product since I've already bought a can. Currently I am using this as well as PlastiDip spray.

BTW, I have a number of power lines using JST connectors and some servo connections. These are used mainly to power the lights and winch. How do you guys "waterproof" these "exposed" connections? They still need to be easily plugged/unplugged during maintenance.
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Re: Nano Protech Test

Post by babyboy on Mon 22 Sep 2014 - 17:27

For connectors most leave it as it is. Receiver will be in homemade box sealed or the RX box comes with the car / balloon / plastic bag (me).
Esc some use plastic dip / silicone / corrosion x and plastic bag(me) or buy waterproof esc.
Servo.... buy waterproof one or add marine grease inside servo (me) and hope for the best.(servo kaput after 1 year plus)
Winch..... errr I remove mine if going mud fill trail Smile
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Re: Nano Protech Test

Post by boolean21 on Wed 24 Sep 2014 - 7:30

Ready for mud and water fun! Smile
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