Curtain Motor control

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  1. your1click

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    i have channel belt and motor only my old ckt is faulty now and its non reparable, I even i cant see ckt also, so im searching ckt, my curtain working description is there is two reset switch first for open and second for closed if curtain is close condition and if i press 1 switch curtain open ani when it open fully it will stop it self no need to press switch again and same condition for close also, but there no limit switch so i want like this ckt diagram please if you have like this share it thanks
     
  2. MikeML

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    Welcome, but your posting without punctuation is almost incomprehensible...

    There must be limit switches in the original circuit... Otherwise, how would it stop?
     
  3. MaxHeadRoom

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    Is it possible to post a Pic even of just the motor and drive?
    Max.
     
  4. ebeowulf17

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    Maybe current sensing on the motor? I've seen this used instead of limit switches on a small scale in automatic espresso machines.
     
  5. MaxHeadRoom

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    Yes there are systems such as that, are you sure there is no wiring out on the curtain itself?
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  6. your1click

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    PLease check image file and this connected wire is going to 2 nos button switch
     
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  7. your1click

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    There is no limit switch as well.
     
  8. your1click

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    I upload pic please check it and reply sir thanks
     
  9. MaxHeadRoom

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    The Pic just shows what appears to be a simple DC relay controller, there is not much there to ascertain just how the system is configured.
    e.g. What makes use of the 5 pin plug?
    Max.
     
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  10. your1click

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    that is used for input and motor put put
     
  11. MaxHeadRoom

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    Still not a lot to go on, type of motor? Is it just relay operated? any other control circuit wiring etc?
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  12. your1click

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    Its DC 12 volt motor
     
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