You should only fire Talons/Clip-on Igniters in parallel. Due to the varying resistance and speed in which they fire, Talons/Clip-on Igniters wired in series are not reliable and may not ignite your firework.
Articles in this section
- How long can I store my Clip-On/Talon Igniters before they go bad?
- How does a Talon/Clip-on Igniter Clip work?
- Are Talons/Clip-on Igniters one-time use or can they be reused?
- How many Talons/Clip-On Igniters can I fire at the same time on a single cue?
- I am experiencing failures when firing Talon/Clip-On Igniter clips, please help.
- What is the difference between e-match and Talon/Clip-on Igniter mode?
- Can you fire Talons/Clip-on Igniters on series slats?
- What is the best practice for installing a Talon/Clip-on Igniter on a fuse?
- Will the length of a Talon/Clip-On Igniter (1 meter to 6 meters) affect how many I can fire on a single cue?
- What is the expected resistance of a Talon/Clip-on Igniter?
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