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    What you need is a RC controlled on / off switch.
    These are used to control items such as lights on RC Cars.
    I searched on line and found some suitable for up to 30 Amps.
    Make sure that the unit has separate input and output terminals to connect a Battery and Load for your device.

    My device pictured is rated for 4 amps.

    I have not tried to connect this device with two batteries, one for receiver/ motor and another battery for aux device, but should be fine. if it does not operate, try connecting the the two battery (-) terminals together with a wire, this will provide a return path to each battery.
    Hope this helps.



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