Thanks for the awesome design and plans. I was hoping for some help with the DTDP wiring. I’m using two 6v batteries to power the unit. With solar to keep the batteries charged. Ive removed the lights.
Do I have the wiring to the DPDT right please and thank you????
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Do you have a parts list for your unit with the actuator?
This is a fillowon of my previous post.
Ok so I clicked to what no nc was today and have drafted a new pic of how I believe the relay should be wired.
Hopefully ive gotten it right
thank you 😀
Yes the list provided at the start of this article minus the lights.
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Bugger so I tried anyway and it didn’t work 😞 excuse my ignorance with this but I think I have the relays etc wired wrong. Sorry the picture of the micro switch is first.
I need to know now if I have the DPDT wired correctly please?? If not could someone please tell me?
I may also have the two micro switches (S2, S3) wrong. As Daryl’s picture showed them closed I wired NO / COM. Should I have wired NC instead? Should T11 run to COM first instead?
SORRY I’m really struggling to work out how to wire these relays/switches correctly. I hope this makes sense.
Have i I brought the right switch/relay for S1 (picture included)
This is the 12v DPDT I have purchased
This is the 12v timer I’ve brought
I really really look forward to someone’s help with this.
Glad to see you are making progress.
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