Re: Kill switches
Yeah I was thinking along the lines of mercury switch, or the modern equivalent (a small ball bearing in a track).. Not a lot of actual mercury switches around anymore. The vibration might be a problem there, and if the contact between the ball and track are loose there's a chance of a lot of sparking and power loss.
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