Thanks again for the info.
Here was my attempt at it:
I am planning on using the TIP102 with one of these heatsinks:
Do I still...
It may be easier to lift off all connections to check individual conductors.
As per #12, the ground goes to the frame of the motor.
...If not it sounds like you need the running shear principle.
If it stops or pauses to perforate, this is similar to bag sealers for packaging.
...than 0.01 A (10 mA) if you want to keep distortion low (25 to 30 mA max - depending on op amp). The 1000 ohm current limiting resistor on the...
To clarify my project:
A roll of paper thats being fed at a certain rate in which shall perforated from left to right: The rolls height is 30",...
...It's an old Rockford Fosgate class A/B automobile amplifier with max claimed output of 500w RMS. The toroid noise goes away if I put some load...
...both motors on the high DC, the low level logic voltage is obviously OK.
You could post a pic of the main board and see if anything stands out....
Dick is right. I assumed the digipot maximum output is 5V. R1 and R2 divide this down to 200mV max. If the electrode current tries to rise above...
Mine is a picture of a shotgun shell; a particularly nasty one, dubbed "zombie max". I chose that as my avatar because it's nearly as badass as I am.
...cct has to match only that the frequency will be from 20khz to 100khz max. is there not a "universal" impedance matching, "buffer" type device?...
...use a small loop in the conductor between door and jamb and use either the reed sw mentioned or a miniature limit switch to break contact?.
...MOSFET quickly, bypassing the gate resistors reducing the turn off time. A diode such as 1N4148 with the anode towards the gate of the...
So far the only chips I found with more than 6 pwm pins where either 10$ MCUs or 1.5 $ shift registers driven by 0.5 $ MCUs
I think it would be...
...that turns 16 LEDs on and off.
The Microchip devices I use have 25mA max per pin, and 200mA per device, so you could run 16 LEDs at 10 mA per...
The advantage of the magnetic latching relay is it has memory, retains the status in no-power condition.
...uF capacitor is woefully inadequate. More capacitors are needed in parallel, the values depend on the max and min frequencies being amplified....
In the case of the one you show it is GDS from left to right with the front facing you vertical with pins down.
That would make sense as the Thyristor switching only takes place during accel and braking.
OK so the Thyristors would be the origin of switching noise in the windings for my guess.
...a full wave SCR controller, this would account for the switching noise that is common, even in small T.M. motors that use this type of drive.