Working Wireless MPG Pendant

Here is a video of my Elite Foreman with a wireless pendant.

Here is a link to the pendant. You need the 24v receiver, I contacted them directly for the purchase to make sure I got the correct receiver.

Here is a link to the wiring diagram

This this is pretty sweet and no stupid wire to get in my way.

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Looks pretty good. It is a bit pricey, though. Guess I’ll have to wear my current pendant out before I upgrade.

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They make other models at different prices with different features and quality, I just want people to know that there are better option than just the wired version.

it must be a 24v volt version, most are 5v, so be aware.

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it clearly states that in the original post.

Here is a link to the pendant You need the 24v receiver, I contacted them directly for the purchase to make sure I got the correct receiver.

it’s worth mentioning twice, as 1 out of 2 buyers get the 5v :slight_smile:

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The smoke is an included feature to let you know you purchased the wrong one.

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I should mention that the newest version of the receiver that comes with it is 5v-24v compatible.

There was is a jumper you move to select the pulse voltage. You can see it in this picture.

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@buzzfab What type of batteries does the wireless MPG use? Thanks for sharing all the details for your setup.
Nicely done.

@BManCan 2AA batteries

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@buzzfab what is the reason for wiring the input buttons using a pull up resistor? When you configure the input on the Masso does it end up being inverted (low when button pressed). Thx.

You need to wire it to ve+ for pull-up or ve- for pull down.
If it isn’t it will be a floating input and could flicker back and forth between HIGH and LOW

here is s short explaination video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxjerCHCEMg

more info from masso here
https://docs.masso.com.au/quick-start-guides/safe-work-practices

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