I updated the link in the OP with the new changes. Thanks again!
Originally Posted by Sawdustguy
You have a few problems at first glance. Your buzzer will never work. It should go between the buzzer output and +12 VDC. You are grounding the power supply (-) to earth. That will cause you all kinds of problems. Earth ground and your power supply negative should be isolated. You can not connect an LED directly to 220 VAC without blowing it up. I have no idea what you are doing with Relay 1. This is only at first glance. Go back to the drawing board.
Thanks, got the buzzer fixed, not sure where I saw that or if I just flat drew it wrong.
So that's why the symbol for earth ground looks like an E!
Changed those, see learning as I go, thanks again! How do you isolate the grounds? Earth grounds go to one terminal strip, and the (-) power supply to another?
Relay 1 is for the E-Stop, it's how Ohio-Ed has his panel wired and it works so i'm confident there.
I don't see where I have 220 going to an LED. The switches I have are LED but they are activated by 120V AC that's why I have either L1 or L2 plus neutral wired to them.
Thanks for the feedback. I'll change the PDF!