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 For people wanting to create their own smokers, the SMOKER output supplies battery voltage at up to 3 Amps (the maximum current rating of the JST-XH connector, the MOSFET can actually handle more). PWM is unidirectional at 31kHz (ultrasonic). For people wanting to create their own smokers, the SMOKER output supplies battery voltage at up to 3 Amps (the maximum current rating of the JST-XH connector, the MOSFET can actually handle more). PWM is unidirectional at 31kHz (ultrasonic).
  
-On the [[wiki:​opconfig:​tabs:​motors#​smoker|Motors tab]] of OP Config you can specify the smoker'​s idle speed, fast idle speed (speed with transmission disengaged),​ and max speed. You can even "​disconnect"​ the smoker output from the engine effect, and re-purpose it as unidirectional electronic speed control ​for driving any motor you want directly from a channel on your transmitter ​using the [[wiki:​tcb:​operation:​functionlist#​onboard_motor_controllers|Smoker ​- Manual Control function]]. +On the [[wiki:​opconfig:​tabs:​motors#​smoker|Motors tab]] of OP Config you can specify the smoker'​s idle speed, fast idle speed (speed with transmission disengaged),​ and max speed. You can even "​disconnect"​ the smoker output from the engine effect, and re-purpose it as an electronic switch or unidirectional electronic speed control using the [[wiki:​tcb:​operation:​functionlist#​smoker|Smoker ​functions]]. 
  
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