basic wiring, (for a home made benhtop injection molding machine? help? Answered
hey I have a bit of a home project here...I'm building a benchtop (hobby sized) plastic injection molding machine (or at least trying to :) )
well, I've been working on it for quite a while (including gathering all the components) and I've come to the wiring aspect of the project, I've made this wiring diagram, with some questions attached to it..can you help me by telling me whats right or wrong and what i perhaps might need.
PS. I LIVE IN EUROPE, AND THE WIRING SHOULD THEREFOR BE EUROPE-STYLE...
I have some questions:1)the thermostat has three(3) "taps" marked as on my drawing (1,2 and c), A,B and C1(my own made up symbols) should all be connected to it, can you say which goes where?
2) as you see in lower left corner (the plug) i know which wire should be ground, but can you tell me which one should be neutral? # or % (made up symbols)
3) as you mouse over some of the components, you can see how much power it uses etc, I DO NOT know how to use these informations, like should i need some kind of converters etc.?
4) does the rest of it look correct to you?, something i need or something i need to change?
thanks I really hope you can help me, I've come so far machining most of the parts, so I almost only need to assemble it, when the wiring is done :) - Ps. as you might have guessed i am not that much into electrical surcuits :/ so bear with me