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Hello. I was asking myself the same questions over again, then I found this:http://www.h4ck.de/content/CFPoti/CFPoti.htmlBest of luck!
Hello. I was asking myself the same questions, then I found this: http://www.h4ck.de/content/CFPoti/CFPoti.htmlBest of luck!
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Do symbol V means high voltage (220 VAC) and where he entered the circle Is the 200 VAC
I just wired them in series, so that the "fine" adjustment pot is part of the total resistance of the adjustment pot. The reason that I did this is so that I didn't have to purchase a multi-turn pot, which is far more expensive than buying 2 standard pots.: I put the "fine" pot in one leg of the "main pot" and tied the centre terminal of the "fine" pot to one of its outer legs.
Hhello. How did you wired the pot's?I didn't find any reference for fine/course pot wiring (or didn't tried hard enough/wasn't lucky).Thanks
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dear friendthanks a lot you made this IC clear to be understood my question : when i run blink code with arduino the IC run perfect with delay 1 ms at full step , when change to 1/8 or any value motor just vibrate and when the delay changed also vibrate
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I realize this is an old post - but it looks like you didn't really get an answer about the difference between your circuit and the 'common' circuit posted by raheen. The main difference from your circuit is what happens when both the ON and OFF buttons are activated simultaneously, or the ON switch gets stuck ON, or the relay contacts fuse together. In your circuit, the contactor and fan remain energized via the ON switch or fused relay contacts. In the 'common circuit' the OFF switch takes precedence: OFF means OFF. Just a slightly safer circuit overall.
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