Monthly Archives: May 2012

Basic Electrical Circuit: Pump With Flow Control

During the last post, we had a quick look at including some diagnostic indicators to a circuit Today we will apply this to a circuit that could be used in a pump application. You will note in this circuit that … Continue reading

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Electrical Circuit Diagnostics

We have had a look at a few control circuits during some of the posts and now it is time to make it a bit more interesting. What we will do is to build some diagnostic tools into the circuit … Continue reading

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Safe Working Practices with Electricity

Just having a look at some of the posts and decided to once again add something different. This post is a contribution from Ron Columbine and I decided to post it exactly as Ron wrote it. Thanks for the contribution … Continue reading

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Thermal Overloads

Just a very quick post on thermal overloads and the dangers lurking within some of the functionalities available. You would no doubt have seen that there is a manual or auto selection available on the front of the overload unit. … Continue reading

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Basic Electrical Circuits Continued

I thought we could spend a bit of time looking at something you would come across quite regularly. Actually, you are bound to find this on almost every machine. I am talking about a remote stop/start station. Now consider the … Continue reading

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Manual for Electricians

Just another very short post, sorry The manual I am working on is nearing completion and this is probably a good opportunity to let you know about it. Basically the concept is to create a reference manual that you could … Continue reading

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Electrical Circuits

Just been looking at some circuits and something that we need to look at keeps coming back. The fact that you open a control cabinet when having to find a fault only to realise that there are no schematics available, … Continue reading

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