Curcuit Help needed

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  1. tenmen10

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    I am trying to wire a circuit, the board is a slightly different set up to what Im used too...What I am trying to do is have a simple on/off light system, turn on white light red off, red on white off, all via the remote fob..

    I have added a couple of pictures if anyone could help, I have blow two boards already so I am stumped, last time cracked it straight away, what am I missing.

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  2. studiot

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    A circuit diagram?
     
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  3. tenmen10

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    I dont have one thats the problem, Im guess on where everything goes...
     
  4. bertus

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    Hello,

    From what I can see from the photo it uses a PT2272 remote control decoder.

    Bertus
     
  5. Alec_t

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    Could the fact that relay terminal 'NC2' has apparently been mis-labelled 'NO2' be causing confusion?
     
  6. inwo

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    Is this a two button momentary?

    A two button toggle?

    How many buttons?

    The momentary won't do what what you want without more circuitry.

    If each button toggles a relay. One push for on. Push again for off. then it's pretty straight forward.

    It could also have two buttons for each relay. (latch)

    I use a lot of these, but don't know what you have.
     
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  7. tenmen10

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    What would you need from me to help, I dont know enough about electronics to answer I figured out the NC was wrongly labelled, but its how I wire this....It came with a remote two button fob, I want to add white LED light to channel 1 and a red LED light to channel two....then then turn off as I switch channels...
     
  8. inwo

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    I need to know how it operates to determine if it does what you want.

    Connect 12 vdc positive to + and negative to -.

    With a finger on one of the two relays, press a button.

    Does it click when pressing a button? Is there a smaller click when button is released?

    Do the same with other button.

    ps.

    Do you have a link to where you got this?
     
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  9. tenmen10

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  10. inwo

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    Now I see why you didn't supply more information.:D

    The link doesn't give much.

    I will assume that pressing "A" turns on relay "A".
    Pressing "A" again turns off relay "A".

    Same with "B".

    Does that seem right?

    Are your leds set up to run on 12volts dc?
    Proper current limit resistors?
     
  11. eetech00

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    I think your right because both relays are the same part number.

    eT
     
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