This is the install chassis kit for the TXQ/Saberbay Obi Wan Kenobi 3.5 hilt offered here in the store. This is not compatible with any other hilt on the market.
The chassis is comprised of 4 different pieces. One for the main body, which holds the soundboard, removable battery, speaker, ShtokCustomWorx NPXL shortpin connector, and flat 3 trace PCB. Second chassis part goes underneath the control box, and holds the spring 3 trace PCB, and ShtokCustomWorx blade side PCB. Third chassis part goes into the control box and holds up to two tactile switch PCB's. Fourth part is a custom made NPXL shortpin holder for the emitter of the hilt. The chassis will automatically include the spring loaded 3 trace connector set, and battery contacts(Option 3 in the store)
This is a medium level install, and will require as small wiring gauges that your build needs to use for the easiest wiring. Complete parts list that this build will require: -Choice of Soundboard(CFX, Proffie, GHV3) -removable 18650 KeepPower button top battery -22mm Veco bass speaker -spring loaded 3 trace connector set(used for control box switch wiring) -NPXL shortpin connector for the chassis body(with LED's or without is fine here) -SCW blade side PCB(make sure to add a resistor or bridge the data line footprint) -up to two SCW Tactile Switch PCB's -NPXL V3 shortpin connector(for emitter)
The second chassis part goes into the hilt at an angle, and the top portion of the part will have a lip that should snap press into place with the opening underneath the control box, where wire passage needs to go through. I recommend wiring your blade side PCB first, passing those wires through the end of the hilt(it will need to be spliced with the emitter NPXL wiring in the thin neck area), and then afterwards wiring the spring loaded 3 trace connector separately, and pressing that into its holder for that part. Also make sure you insert the connector with the correct direction in mind so that the springs will compress properly.