DVD to VGA output

Hey guys,Heres the hardware I have. Just wondering if I could use the existing cables and hardware and turn this into a VGA output? It's from a Haier 7" DVD player. I know DVD players have a crappy output and visual clarity, but....wanted to do something with it... :(

Asked by Asmodean_7 9 years ago


Scanner inverter outputs

I've just been wondering about the output of scanner inverters for a few projects, what kind of voltages and amperages are they outputting. I have a few little ideas but don't really know that much about their outputs, I gave googling and parts numbers a go but mostly found unrelated pages or had no luck with part numbers...

Posted by killerjackalope 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Infrared Variable Output? Answered

I am trying to wire some infrared LEDs to an Arduino. Problem is, the signal from the infrared LEDs has to be able to change variably, like from a potentiometer. What I mean is, I am aware you can read an ouput from an IR LED, then use the Arduino to replicate this and consequently control things, but what if I wanted to ouput a signal that changed, like a potentiometer? Basically, I would like to be able to control some motors speed through PWM by a potentiometer, but wirelessly. I'm not sure if this is possible, and if it is, is there some information I could look into? Any help is greatly appreciated.

Asked by Adum24 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


WHICH IS INPUT AND OUTPUT OF THIS? Answered

Tbd392nr lcd inverter

Asked by yhdesai 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Random Output Circuit

Hi all I need to create a circuit that, when triggered, closes one of two relays. Any ideas? Nigel

Asked by bob_boyce 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


output wattage calculation?

Hey guys i have a 1100uf capacitor bank at 425V and the charge time is 30 sec does anyone know how to calculate the output wattage if the input voltage from the dc-dc converter is 12V at 3A ? thanks for all you answers :D

Asked by coilsinamotor 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Consistent output with arduino

Hi guys! I have a little project that i could use some help with. I am quite new to the arduino, and not that steady in the code, but im hoping on getting there! The project im building is a litte controller that drives a relay output. The controller is connected to a photo-cell that has a two pin output. This output is shorted at various times depending on the movement in front of the photocell. What i need is for the arduino to close the relay for the same period (say 0,5s) each time the photocell circut is closed. And maybe block a repeating signal from the photocell within 0,5s Is this possible in some way? Any help much appreciated!

Posted by maceide 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Tesla coil output? Answered

Ok I'm experimenting with tops and linear transformers for therapeutic effect these seem to be the best combo so far could some aproximate what kind of signal is being out put with a step up linear transformer 4:1 and does it just feel good to me and disruptive to telecommunication it doesn't interfere with wifi

Asked by wiccakingkamui 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Alternator use and output

Hail the reader and Bless the respondent. please can someone tell me the following 1. At what speed must a normal vehicle alternator turn to give max output... and what is this out put... I see my charge meter shows it charging at 10 amps... how long to fill the battery at 10 amps? 2. A pack of 6 12v truck batteries connected to make 1 big 12 volt battery... is it possible to charge this pack from more than 1 alternator and will it speed up the charge time to make the battery full to max?

Posted by carnut34 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Specific output of current? Answered

I'm getting a little more knowledge about current measured in mA, but it's still all confusing. From my understanding, your project draws the current needed out of your battery. If my LED uses 25 mA, then the LED will be sucking 25 mA from the battery. If I have two LEDs, then it would be sucking 50mA from the battery, thus reducing its life. So, based on that, how can wall warts have a specific output of amps? How can a wall wart put out 1000 mA? If you use a project that only takes 700mA what happens to the other 300 mA? What if your project use 1,500 mA? And. . . How do you measure the current being pulled through a basic circuit and your average 555 circuit? Thanks,  

Asked by HavocRC 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


how do i add an extra output to my r/c reciever circut board and remote control?

Hi, i was wondering, how do you add an extra output to a r/c reciever circut? what i have is a reciever from a small r/c truck, and im planning on turning it into a tank that requires 3 out puts , not 2 that the reciever has. curently, my controller has 2 levers for making either side of the truck move, both and the truck moves forward 1 and it spins, what i need is a third lever to operate a relay to set off a cannon. what i have currently is a second reciever that opperates on a different frequency to the truck, could i possibly merge the two without using a second controller?

Asked by oldmanbeefjerky 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Hydrogen Generators

Does anyone know how to test for output quantity of HHO gas from a Hydrogen Generator when connected to a vacuum such as your intake manifold? The output is easy to test when just checking with a submerged bottle with the generator running on its own without being hooked to a vacuum source. The generator will put out substantially more volume under vacuum than when not. How do you check for output volume when under vacuum? Pylgram

Posted by Pylgram 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


LEDS

I am wondering if you run a led at full voltage and amps then as you add more resistance light output goes down here is my question 1 led at 20ma or 2 led at 10ma do not 2 leds give more light than 1. Like is light output a linear taper to amount of current applied or is it more of an audio taper?

Posted by John1397 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


How do I expand the number of Arduino I/O's when using the 74HCT165 and 74HCT595?

Thank you for responding.

Asked by PLTWcole 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Bug in search results which include forum topics

When an Instructables search includes forum topics or comments from forum topics in the results, each of those items has an error associated with it.  Instructables which are search results have a trailer line "by in : ", where each of the keyword items is an appropriate hyperlink. For example, searching for wind tunnel includes   VAWT Lenz type. Stage 1. Converting wind power to rotary motion. Jul 9, 2010 ... This VAWT takes advantage of a natural wind tunnel affect I get between 2 of my sheds. The unit has to be free standing so it can be moved ... by Dr Qui in workshop: energy But the same search also has the following: Wind energy to light up a car top sign? I was thinking that it might be a good idea to use the wind from the car ... that said if the sign is hollow you could make a wind tunnel ... TypeError: Vars.richSnippet.document is undefined: Vars.richSnippet && Vars.richSnippet.document.author

Posted by kelseymh 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


How to protect OpAmp output?

Hi, I have an OpAmp which controlls the Gate of a MOSFET. When the MOSFET dies, sometimes the voltage it's running on (50V) somehow gets to stand over the OpAmp's output which destroys it. What's the best way to protect the OpAmp from the high voltages that get to stand over the output? Will a zener do the trick? Trigger transformer won't be easy to use here because It's a PWM controller so I need nice block waves. Diode on the output? but won't this be bad for delivering good current to the Gate? ... Any ideas?

Asked by DELETED_Electorials 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Help with Audio Output Transformer

Im doing this project: http://www.wikihow.com/Transmit-Audio-With-a-Laser-Penand im confused about what to connect the audio output transformer to, the one they suggested, and i do, has red and white wires on one side, and green, black, and blue wires on the other, with the black in the middle. Where do i conenct them?

Posted by um0123 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Headphone output into mic input?

I've got a cheap voice changer that is hard-wired to a computer-style microphone. I cut off the mic and added a 1/8" miniplug adapter, so as to increase flexibility. I need to connect the powered headphone output of an mp3 player to this voice-changer, what is the easiest way to do so? I tried an attenuator I had lying around, but got no results (are attenuators one way?) is there a good (cheap) solution to this problem?

Posted by gschoppe 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Reducing 110v transformer output? Answered

Hi all, as stated in the title I need to reduce the output of a 110VAC transformer. I'm using a US graco spray gun that is 60hz, and I understand that if I reduce the voltage to 90 this will compensate for the UK 50hz system. Any help is greatly appreciated

Asked by dimmaz88 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


where are the outputs on this wireless receiver Answered

Hi, i am planning on buying, and another instructables member already has, buying this wireless receiver (comes with a transmitter), for use in whatever we desire to use it for! heres lins to two images of it, i dont understand a bit of it, only i see the inputspostive and negative, and the outputs positives, but thats it , which make no sense to me. http://downloads.villageorigin.com/001540-015/Diagram%202.JPG http://downloads.villageorigin.com/001540-015/Diagram1.JPG anyway, what i know is where the positive and negative terminals are, also, the othe rmember has already tried running this using the ground terminal as the negative for the outputs, but says it does ot work at all, and that is the only thing which seems to make sense. also, this is the only thing the ebay seller could give me in regards to operating and installing this chip into anything, because they know nothing of it, and asume that the ebay users who buy it already know how to use it. anyways, there are several ports d0,d1,d2,d3 vt, vcc, and ground al the d's are the output ports, vt is called switching voltage and is assigned to an output depending on what button is pressed on the receiver, and thats all the information i have gotton. and from what i know, its inoperable, but then again, i dont know much about that stuff also, who ever shos me how this work, i promise wil get a "best answer" from me.

Asked by oldmanbeefjerky 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


need a lipoly charger with output?

 hey i need help with something iam trying to make a charger for a backpack but i ran into a snag to say i need a charger like this www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php it says 7v max the solar panel and battery i have are 7.4v. will this be ok and work fine? do you know if i can get something that will work like that charger? any way to drove the voltage down to 6 before it gets to the board?  thanks for any answers  

Asked by joesome 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


which pin of tansformer is output? Answered

Asked by yhdesai 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


outputs for dtmf decoder ic?

How to get 16 outputs from a mt8870 dtmf decoder ic  will this circuit works ?

Asked by Mayoogh_Girish 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Composite/rca output for webcam

Is there anyway to modify usb webcam so it has composite/rca as the output?

Posted by wid-ar 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


What is line level output? Answered

I saw it in Kaustic Machine's schematic for the Atari Punk Console. Does anybody know what it is?

Asked by blinkyblinky 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


What is the current output of a capacitor?

I want to make a circuit where a light is powered by a capacitor until it is discharged, and then powered by a battery until the capacitor is full again.  How long is it possible to power a light on a capacitor?

Asked by kaboom! 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Batch/.bat input & output? Answered

I want to make a batch program where I can ask an if statement but there would only be a possibility of two responses. For example if I made the batch file asked "Did you have a good day?", I would only want the user to be able to answer y or n.

Asked by Dr. Kreap 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


more output current with LM317 ?

Hi, for some time I have been wondering if I can make LM317 to output more than 1.5Amps. After many hours of searching I found that I can achieve this in 2 ways. The circuits are in LM317 datasheet which can be downloaded from here : http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/lm317.pdf 1- By using a transistor with LM317 (page 16) . 2-By using several LM317 regulators in parallel and using TL080 (page 15). Second one seems better IF load is equally divided between regulators, it also has the benefit of producing less heat when  high currents are drawn. My question is: will the second circuit (LM317s in parallel) work and output more than 2Amps? is load equally divided between regulators in this design ? can I replace TL080 with another IC ? By the way, there is a circuit in page 12 called "tracking preregulator" , what is the purpose of this design ? PS. I know there are switching regulators which output more current, but I'd like to experiment with LM317.

Asked by ehsan_zt 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 months ago


Which transistor for ne555 output?

I have a simple circuit based on an ne555, the power supply is 15 volt provided by a robust ac adapter. On the pin 3 of the ne555 i need a max current of 4000mA. I was thinking to use a BD439 transistor, would be ok? And about the base resistor? Would be ok a 100k resistor or i need a different value? thanks a lot.

Asked by akopelumenuscu 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Light Bulb Maximum Output?

I am trying to fix a broken spectrophotometer that is valued at well over a thousand dollars. The problem: looking in the light bulb compartment, it seems the tungsten-halogen lamp is pretty dim. The bulb is rated for 6V. Using a multimeter, it appears to get about 8 volts. Could too much voltage cause the bulb to be dim? If so, How can I lower the voltage to 6? Would a resistor work? Thanks!

Asked by sciencehideout 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Determining the amperage output of transformers?

I have two giant audio transformers that put out about 70 volts each. I want to determine what the maximum amount of current they can supply is, because they're really nice transformers, and I wouldn't want to break them by over-heating them. Is there any way to do this mathmatically? I have a multimeter that can measure ohms and voltage, but it can't measure watts, and the fuses for the ammeter are blown, and I can't replace them right now. Bear in mind that this is about as much as I know about the transformers, other than they're heavy, and that primaries are 120 volts each.

Asked by tylervitale 7 years ago


constant power with timed output

Hi all,           So ive found a circuit that i wish to use found here: http://www.maplin.co.uk/module.aspx?TabID=1&criteria;=usb&ModuleNo;=220003&C;=SO&U;=Strat15 its a temperature activated circuit so when it gets to say 30 degrees celcius it switches the relay and makes the connection what i need it to do is when it reaches the designated temp, give a momentary 12v for 2 seconds then do nothing for 1 minute, if it is still at the designated temp after 1 minute give another 12v for 2 seconds then nothing for 1 minute and so on and so on untill the temp drops below the designated temp and the circuit will no longer be live untill it reaches temp again. is there any easy way to modify this circuit or another way to do this thanks

Posted by newbie308 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Measuring a Bluetooth modules output? Answered

There is a serial Bluetooth module that I have used before on an Arduino project but now I'm trying to use in a project without the Arduino. Basically I need it to be an electronic trigger, I don't care really what the signal is just how long and the voltage and current. There are 4 pins on the module: Vcc, GND, Tx, and Rx. There are 2 open pads: Key and State. When I send a command from my phone the module sends a signal out the Tx pin, and it is this signal I would like to measure so I can pick a command with an appropriate signal and tailor the rest of the circuit accordingly. I tried a voltmeter between Tx and GND but saw no signal on any level measuring DC. Is there something I'm missing? Is the signal more complex or different, or is that test setup flawed? I tried other combinations, Rx-GND, Tx-Rx, RX-Tx, GND-Tx, GND-Rx but saw nothing.

Asked by bwrussell 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


LF Help on Audio Input and Output

Looking to build an 'audio switch' for my devices on my network or have a circuit board to have on my desk. I have 5 computers (windows/mac/linux) I run at any given time, some used for Skype, Youtube, Music, and/or Gaming. I am looking to make something that I can connect up with 3.5mm sound and mic jacks to a main board and controlling the input and output to different speakers and headsets all on 3.5mm.  Ideally I'd like to have volume control on the board itself, but isn't required. Does anyone know of a instrucable already made?

Posted by AlexR32 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


How do I make a headphone jack cancel the output of the speakers when headphones are plugged in?

I made a small stereo amplifier with 3 inputs, and L and R outputs for speakers,  but how do i make another output that cancels out the speaker output?

Asked by metsfan1938 8 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


can someone help me put an output jack on my guitar amp? and help with my amp stand?

So im building a guitar amp stand made of wood. my future plans are to put up to 4 12-15" speakers in the stand. i dont have the speakers yet but i plan on getting them soon so i need a way to put an output jack on my amps. I had plans to simply attatch a 1/4" jack to the leads from the amp speaker but I now have second thoughts about this because of the fear of doing damage to them (i had the same problem with my computer speakers and I blew out the amp) so how else could this be done? amp 1 -- -guitar amp -19W -transister amp 2 -- -bass amp -35W -transister i dont know if this information helps at all i also want 3 separate channels 1 for each amp (i might possibly get another amp so i want to be prepared) if one is a bass and the other a guitar amp do i need bass speakers or will any do for the Bass i want to control the volume of each channel separately so i will need to know what kind of potentiometer to get and i want the sound to be decent if one amp is not in use at the time basicly i want the stand to act like a high proformance cabnet with volume control and separte channels can this be done? Ive drawn a design is the wireing correct or can it be beter

Asked by fastcar123 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Audio input switch

I need this simple device, because i have two audio interfaces (one for guitar recording and one for vocal recording) and when i change audio interface i need to disconnect output cable, of first interface, from my monitors and then connect output cable from second interface to my monitors. So with this I can choose between two different stereo audio inputs and send one of them to output. I am using TRS connectors, but i will also need XLR version of this. Check out this picture:

Posted by Necrofenser 5 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


wich is input and wich is out put? Answered

On a hand wound transformer for a joule thif wich is the input and wich is the output primary in? secoundary out?, also does it matter if the thick wire (primary) is on the bottom with the thinner (secoundary) is on the top?

Asked by bushman9 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Use Output as Input

Hi ! I have this program, Finale 2005b. I've searched everywhere, and I cannot find any way to export the music I produce in there as a real audio file (NOT a midi). So, to achieve this, I have decided to record the output as the input... using Audacity , actually. To do so, I used a simple mono cable to go from my headphone to mic plugs, and set the volume to the minimum... to avoid too much amplitude going in. Now, for the use I want it, this method is way too dodgy (plenty of interference, specially each time I move the cable 1 mm...) I'm pretty sure there is some program or solution to directly map the stream around... I don't have much funds, so free would be good, and btw I work on Win32. Thanks

Posted by fxsapa 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Where should I plug in my computer to my old stereo system? Answered

I have a stereo system that is very old and doesn't have a place specified for computers. I have a number of things plugged into it, and the only remaining spots are: Tape-2 (Monitor), VDP, VCR-1, and VCR-2. Which would be best to plug the computer output into? (I've got it all set up with adapters so it fits the RCA plugs). Thanks.

Asked by jessejwk 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Comparator doesn't work as expected? Answered

Hello, I'm having a strange problem with the LT1016 (http://cds.linear.com/docs/en/datasheet/1016fc.pdf) When the -input is at 0.630V, and the +input is at 0.555V, and the comparator is fed with 5V, the outputs are because of some reason Q(inverted) = 2.10V and Q = 2.67V 2.67V for Q is just out of specifications (minimum High voltage of the pin should be 2.7V). 2.10V for Q(inverted) is not good as it should be less than 0.3V in it's low state. The "latch enable" pin is grounded. Both output pins are not connected. Why doesn't Q(inverted) go to 0.3V and Q to 3V, as the datasheet suggests? I tested this with another (also new) comparator; also an LT1016, and it behaves exactly the same. Pins: 1 V+ 5V 2 +IN 0.555V 3 -IN 0.630V 4 V- 0V 5 Latch Enable 0V 6 GND 0V 7 Qout 2.67V 8 Qout(inverted) 2.10V Any ideas?

Asked by DELETED_Electorials 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


why is my 433MHz wireless receiver outputting a 6Hz pulsating output?

Hello, i recently bought this receiver http://www.dinodirect.com/315MHz-433MHz-Wireless-Receiver-Board-Module-AK-R02A.html and have tried it out with my 433MHz transmitter, and something strange happens. im using it to light up an led, and the led is flashing at what ive calculated is about 6Hz. why is it doing this? for some reason it ceases to do this when i hold the antenna of my transmitter within 2-3cm of where the antenna of the receiver should be (i havent added an antenna yet), and the frequency drops the further away the transmitter is, though not by much, maybe down as low as 4hz at 30M. could this have something to do with the fact that the frequency crystal says R315A? does this mean that its 315MHz and not 433MHz like my transmitter?, i wouldn't expect it to work though, and i did order it as 433MHz or could it be just the led? i have nothing else which i can use to tell otherwise. what i want the receiver board for is to power a relay. i haven't got the relay yet though. will this cause the relay to rapidly switch on and off? the transmitter i am using is a standard 4 channel 433Mhz transmitter (brown wood style plastic cover) standard with any wireless modules available on eBay and receiver transmitter combos on dinodirect. on both ebay and dinodirect, none of the sellers have a clue about where the datasheet for this is, or how they work (i doubt at dinodirect they even know what it is).

Asked by oldmanbeefjerky 7 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


RGB TV Output of Gameboy Color?

 I'm absolutely stumped by this. I have my gf playing my old gameboy color but the screen cover is pretty scratched up and I don't feel like peeling it off until I find something to buff the scratches out. I've nearly googled it to death and all I come up with is random websites selling gameboy advanced tv out adapters. I know this HAS to be possible as www.hackaday.com/2008/11/29/gameboy-color-on-an-led-matrix/ The guy says in his comments on the youtube page that he does IN fact have a real live gameboy color hooked up to the LED matrix. Yet he does not explain how he hooked it up, obviously he did it somehow. Does ANYONE have any bloody clue as to how this is done? I'm not afraid to do some soldering as I know that'll probably be required but really how hard can it be.

Posted by Punkguyta 8 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Solar Versus Wind Power: Which Has The Most Stable Power Output?

Due to the larger magnitude of solar PV power output fluctuations relative to those of wind at time scales shorter than approximately 31⁄2 hours, the costs of large scale solar PV integration are likely to be larger than those of wind.via Treehugger

Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Can I wire these speakers in sequence? Can I use input for output?

I'm filling a box with multiple different speakers I have salvaged from different items. I would like to wire these speakers in some kind of sequence. Basically, I would wire one to the source, and then I would wire the next speaker to the speaker that's already been wired, using the solder to connect. Would this work correctly? Also, I have a volume switch that uses A/V connections. The problem is that it has three inputs but only one output. I would basically like to reverse this. Is it possible?

Asked by metalshiflet 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


AV output socket in TV set.

Hi all i am finding difficult using the AV output socket in my TV because it have only one output socket. I have to plug it out and connect to what I may intend to use (VCD,VCR,HIFI). Can someone suggest a way or a circuit to make (4 AV output will be nice). Thanks.

Posted by sunwah 10 years ago


Basic Op Amp question

Hello, If the input to the positive terminal of an op amp is 12V, the input to the negative terminal is 10V, and there is no supply voltage, the output voltage is 2V and the output current is 0. Correct? Now, what I don't understand is what happens to the output voltage and current if I connect a supply voltage of, for example, 15V. I know that the output voltage and current both increase, but I don't know the math behind it. Can someone explain this to me, please? 

Asked by frossiove 6 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Can I add an audio out jack to a desktop radio (stereo) with isolated left / right channels?

The plan was to add a stereo output jack and a switch to turn the speakers on/off. This way I could leave a cord plugged in and still have the option of switching the unit's speakers on or off. Anyway, a visual inspection of the circuit board shows that the two grounds are isolated from each other. The plan was to tie the grounds together and switch with an spdt between speakers and the jack, then add another set of positive leads to the jack for left and right. Now that I see they are on isolated and separate circuits, I am hesitant to tie them together. Maybe I just need to go with RCA jacks and a dpdt? I guess my real question is "am I going to blow up my radio?" Do I need to worry about dummy loads or about frying the driver circuit? I realize the audio level will not be "line-out" and I have read that a 1k resister will help, but I don't mind turning down the volume before running the signal to another amp. Thanks!?

Asked by elNorm 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Fully insulated channels?

I was looking to TENS units for experimentation and to try to rid myself of knee pain without meds. I was also looking into potentially building one due to the fact that i could probably do it cheaper depending on how i decide to do it. One of the TENS units i saw said that there was dual channels that were fully insulated, while another one i saw said duel channel but was not fully insulated. What does this fully insulated channel mean, and how would i do that in a DIY TENS unit?

Asked by pmk222 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Project in mind. Need ideas for simplicity.

I have a project in mind. I have children with a pet cat. I intend to build a charcoal filtering for a catbox/cat tree I am building. I want to use an alarm clock (easy to adjust time if needed) to activate maybe a buzzer and flashing light daily for box cleaning. The fan runs at a low speed constantly at the top of a vent tube to keep the smell controlled.  I want an input to reset the buzzer/flashing light when the drawer with the litter box is opened. I have no idea how to build the circuit. I tested the filter system on a mockup box. It works fine cat doesn't notice the fan. (its 3ft up a 3" piece of PVC). The lack of smell is the reason I'll need a reminder. I could purchase an industrial programmable relay but cost is a huge factor and buying an added power supply etc for control voltage adds up. I have an industrial electrical background and no problem working with small circuitry but have never designed anything so hints and help will be appreciated.

Posted by alienmemebr 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago