Sd3 Logic Power Issue


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Re: Sd3 Logic Power Issue

Post by cncsnw » Tue Mar 07, 2017 4:42 pm

Regarding the pinched wire: this is why I recommend either sliding the jacket up, or using heat shrink, so that the individual conductors are contained and protected all the way through the "bottleneck" between the screw posts which join the shell halves together.
Heat shrink to protect conductors in DE9 shell

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Re: Sd3 Logic Power Issue

Post by Sportbikeryder » Tue Mar 14, 2017 5:46 pm

Certainly a good idea CNCSNW. This was not an in house build rather a complete system purchase. Worked mostly trouble free for 8 yrs. Just one of those head scratchers.

I am now doing general part machining rather than just head porting on the machine and may be upgrading / updating a few things in the future.

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