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Re: Kind of OT, but a question about solid state realys

Thanks for the replys. I though I had read that there were some issues with them, so I ask. I'll pick up a couple 24 vac coil contactors from McMasters and
campgems
3:32 PM
#43504
 
43503

Re: Kind of OT, but a question about solid state realys

Paul is right to have unease about this. SSRs tend to fail shorted rather than open. In this application that is exactly the wrong behaviour, in this case
Stan Stocker
2:35 PM
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43502

Re: Kind of OT, but a question about solid state realys

Not all SSR's use triacs.... I design a lot of gear with SSR's. check out Crydom, CP Clare. For instance: http://www.crydom.com/en/Products/Catalog/c_x.pdf
WAM
12:23 PM
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43501

Re: Kind of OT, but a question about solid state realys

... Problematic. SSR's use triacs for switching, and they can be leaky, OTOO a couple milliamps, and won't necessarily work to switch low voltages. The
Paul J. Ste. Marie
11:15 AM
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43500

Re: Kind of OT, but a question about solid state realys

... This is a perpetual question ... Just what should the ESTOP stop :) The current method I use is the big red button kills everything as it's on the mains.
Lester Caine
2:26 AM
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43499

Kind of OT, but a question about solid state realys

I'm in the process of building a new BOB enclosure, and a Power supply enclosure as well as wiring up my Consew motor. And finally wiring up limit and home
campgems
Sep 3
#43499
 
43498

Re: What's up with your Consew Motor?

A bit of an update and lack of progress. I had ordered out a 2M length of 26 conductor flat cable to make cables from to mate the ESS and the BOB. Excellent
campgems
Aug 31
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43497

Re: 416 stainless steel supplier

Try Mcmaster http://www.mcmaster.com/#416-stainless-steel/=yqigbj http://www.mcmaster.com/#416-stainless-steel/=yqigbj Don
campgems
Aug 31
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43496

Re: 416 stainless steel supplier

My go-to suppliers are Discount Steel (MN) and speedymetals.com (WI); however, they don't appear to carry 416 in flat bar form. I highly recommend them both
Jake Horky
Aug 30
#43496
 
43495

Re: 416 stainless steel supplier

USA, Virginia if possible. Thanks -Bill
billy0zzy
Aug 30
#43495
 
43494

Re: 416 stainless steel supplier

... In what country? Steve Blackmore --
Steve Blackmore
Aug 30
#43494
 
43493

Re: What's up with your Consew Motor?

On 15-08-30 16:19 PM, 'Paul J. Ste. Marie' taig@... [TAIGTOOLS] ... That is the secondary effect. The main purpose of the circuit is to average the
Gaston Gagnon
Aug 30
#43493
 
43492

416 stainless steel supplier

Does anyone have a recommendation for a supplier of 416 ss flat bar or square stock in relatively small quantities?
billy0zzy
Aug 30
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43491

Re: What's up with your Consew Motor?

... One of the cheapest for a pro desoldering tool, but usual "solder suckers" are more on the order of $10, not $300.
Paul J. Ste. Marie
Aug 30
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43490

Re: What's up with your Consew Motor?

On 8/29/2015 7:52 PM, Gaston Gagnon gaston.gagnon@... ... Freewheeling the motor gives you an uncontrolled deceleration governed by the drag in the
Paul J. Ste. Marie
Aug 30
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