Abusing, another piece of help, need to connect something, looks like a
"charge pump" in order to start and stop the spindle motor, that is simple
to use, if i can control the motor speed, the better it is.
This looks like an option.
I think i have to define an "output pin" linked to the charge pump.
*r any queries please e-mail us roy@...
[image: CPRELAY22][image: pdf] <http://www.diycnc.co.uk/cprelay2.pdf
*CP RELAY2 PDF MANUAL*
*The CP-Relay2 board, short for Charge Pump relay board uses the 12 kHz
signal from the parallel port generated by the CNC software to operate a
relay. Any piece of machinery that uses powerful motors can be dangerous if
controlled by a computer that can be in an unknown state while being powered
up or in a software crash condition. Using this relay to disable power to
motors is a safety device in that it only switches the relay on when the
software is running correctly.*
*The board is able to take signals from a standard parallel port and switch
power lines to stepper motor etc up to 12 Amps at 24V DC. The relay contacts
are rated at 2400 Watts or 240V AC at 10 Amps or 300 Watts DC. If this is
not sufficient it could easily switch power to the coil of larger
relay/contactor, perhaps controlling a three phase motor.*
*The board has two inputs one a standard relay board switching motors, pumps
etc under software control. The other a charge pump circuit that can be set
to normal operation if required. It has it�s own on board 12V regulator
which has plenty of spare capacity to drive other circuits. The board has
three LED�s one indicating power on the 12V rail a second and third that
illuminates when the relays are activated. Power to the board can be in the
range of 14V minimum to 35V Maximun.*
*CP-Relay board is available as dual or single relay in Kit form or ready
*Dual relay Kit Code CPR2K �15.50 or Built Code CPR2 �19.50*
*Single relay Kit Code CPR1K �11 or Built Code CPR1 �14*
*Upgrade Kit from Single to dual relay Code CPRUK �5*
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