You would operate each motor individually in the first two positions of the first switch and then moving the second switch to the connection of the desired motorHow do you operate each motor individually? Your power feed is from the left switch, the right has no role.
Suppose the Motor connection has a switch that offers 4 options as i hinted at ny earlier post?
There is no way you can run all those 4 motors independently at the same time, the way a solution is being attempted.You would operate each motor individually in the first two positions of the first switch and then moving the second switch to the connection of the desired motor
I’m in an airport security line.When you mentioned putting the dp4t on the left, did you refer to something like this? This would allow every motor to be selected individually, and put on forward and reverse, but not simultaneously. What do you suggest?
I´m trying to include the four tasks you mentioned, but it wouldn´t really work for individual powering with so many connections as the current would flow through one of the wires its not supposed to and power the other motorI’m in an airport security line.
But that is much closer to a correct solution. Much closer!
Go back to my earlier post about what the four tasks the DP4T must do. Does your wiring do all four tasks?
Think of what it has to do. Wire one function at a time.
Congratulations!I think I might have gotten the answer! This should work right? With only 5 switches
Hello! I had a great vacation.Thanks!! And thank you for your help @djsfantasi and @Ramussons.
Yeah @djsfantasi my schematic is a bit obscure indeed, how do you suggest I should wire it to make it more clear?
Also, on a different note, if I were to actually build something like this, would there be anything else I would have to consider? Like how the difference in current when in master mode vs individual mode would affect the torque of the motors? Or adding a fuse maybe?
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