How to Build a Wireless Remote Generator Throttle
Some generators come with a load sensing throttle, but some don’t. If you have one that doesn’t, or if you are like Mike from Michigan and built your own generator you really need to build your own.
Mike built a sawmill and it is nice to idle down the generator between cuts or while removing slab wood. The unit he built is a self-contained unit with its own cable to run the throttle. It uses an inexpensive ($7) wireless transmitter-receiver combo, which was purchased through eBay. The rest of the unit was built from salvaged easily to find auto and bicycle parts. Simple wiring skills are needed.
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