Error in Allinone dc control installation manual

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Error in Allinone dc control installation manual

Post by cncot »

Gentlemen,
I noticed a minor error in your Allinone dc control installation manual page 15 concerning the limit switch defeat. I thought you would like to know. Please correct line 2 it reads funny and one pushes the switches down to defeat. I almost fell into the trap of up! Had I persisted, I would have broken the DIP switch!
I just powered up my Allin1 for the first time a few minutes ago. Wish me well please. I have been working on this since Christmas almost every day, drawing my custom schematics based on yours, ordering parts and wiring. Any needed support will be welcomed. I am ready to get this done an over...
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Mike
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Re: Error in Allinone dc control installation manual

Post by tblough »

You are not using the latest version of the install manual. https://www.centroidcnc.com/centroid_di ... nuals.html
pg16 wrote:Move the limit switched from the down position to the up position
if the switch is black and from the up position to the down position if the switch is blue.
pg45 wrote:The limit switch defeaters (SW4) on the ALLIN1DC need to be pointed DOWN if SW4 is black and UP if SW4 is blue to be
able to use the limit switches.
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Re: Error in Allinone dc control installation manual

Post by polaraligned »

Just to be picky, there is a minor error on page 38 of the AllIn1DC installation manual. The chart refers to 240 VAC two phase input. It should say single phase. Two phase power (90 degree out of phase) is not used in our power distribution system.
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Re: Error in Allinone dc control installation manual

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cncot wrote: Fri Mar 19, 2021 12:37 pm Gentlemen,
I noticed a minor error in your Allinone dc control installation manual page 15 concerning the limit switch defeat. I thought you would like to know. Please correct line 2 it reads funny and one pushes the switches down to defeat. I almost fell into the trap of up! Had I persisted, I would have broken the DIP switch!
I just powered up my Allin1 for the first time a few minutes ago. Wish me well please. I have been working on this since Christmas almost every day, drawing my custom schematics based on yours, ordering parts and wiring. Any needed support will be welcomed. I am ready to get this done an over...
Warm Regards
Mike
Mike, do be sure to follow this post when asking for help viewtopic.php?f=20&t=383
Follow the latest installation manual as Tom suggested, hopefully you found my video series on an All in One DC installation on YouTube.

Continued luck with your project!
Marty
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