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MyNameIsPaul 05-23-2013 03:49 PM

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There are numerous P-J diagrams with alarms on them. The PIDs are fairly simple on the alarm side, as they're just a switch that opens or closes when a set parameter is met. You wire one leg of your 110v into one of the terminals (If you're using a 2352, power in to Pin 13, then pins 1 and 14 jumper to your alarm). Throw a switch into the feed to Pin 13, or throw a switch in between pins 1 /14 and your buzzer. Then you'll have a switchable alarm.

-Kevin
Is this how you'd do it?

heckels 08-16-2013 05:46 PM

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So, I'm looking to put together this guy attached. Really stupid question, where does the temp probe plug in? I see receptacles for the pumps but nothing for the temp probe for the mash tun.

I see the temp goes to 4 & 5 on the PID, is P-J just leaving it up to the user how they want to attach (I'd be looking at XLR)?

Thanks!


Inkleg 09-01-2013 10:06 PM

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First, PJ if you are still following this thread, Thank You on my behalf and all others you have helped and made safe through your diagrams.

Through all the information gathered here I have started an electric build.
Most of it is based on the first 30A PID BIAB diagram on page one.
From other information gathered here I have added a timer and 3 way alarm switch for the PID and timer. I believe I've added everything right, but just want to be sure and safe.

If you could find it in your gracious nature to post a diagram (you may have already done one that I haven't found). So that my electrical challenged brain can see it in 11x17 this is how it's correctly done no questions ask wonder. I would be grateful and feel much safer.

I'm to this stage in the build, but work has slowed me down, so no wiring has been done yet. The E-Stop is mounted on top.

Thank You in advance.

Jeff


Brew52 09-07-2013 02:02 PM

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Hello,
I just thought that I would share the diagram that P-J did for my custom build with the hope that others may benefit from it as we'll.


Brew52 09-07-2013 02:08 PM

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Here is the control panel to go with it. It is not wired yet because I decided to add pilot lights and use 30Amp supply rather than 50Amp so I will need to view other diagrams to make these changes. Thanks again P-J.


djdixon1995 11-06-2013 02:55 AM

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You referennce a diagram. Which one?

P-J


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This is the diagram I used.

MyNameIsPaul 11-18-2013 07:38 PM

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I finished up my RIMS box! I couldn't have done it without all the help I learned here. Thanks a ton to P-J for getting this figured out for me!

It's a 120V system, using a BrewHardware RIMS Tube. Auber 2352 controlling a 2000w Camco ULWD Element. I used Front Panel Express for my cutouts and a Hoffman 8-C812 box from Ebay (Got it for $21 plus shipping!)

I can't wait to brew now!


MyNameIsPaul 11-18-2013 07:38 PM

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I finished up my RIMS box! I couldn't have done it without all the help I learned here. Thanks a ton to P-J for getting this figured out for me!

It's a 120V system, using a BrewHardware RIMS Tube. Auber 2352 controlling a 2000w Camco ULWD Element. I used Front Panel Express for my cutouts and a Hoffman 8-C812 box from Ebay (Got it for $21 plus shipping!)

I can't wait to brew now!


rgauthier20420 11-25-2013 05:36 PM

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Which specific diagram are you referencing? (Link?)

I don't see one for RIMS only. I certainly can draw one for you.
It isn't neccassarily labeled RIMS. It's the 120V single element diagram. I can't link the attachments from the 1st post on here, so here it is attached.

Edit: Oops, attached the wrong one. But this one might a little closer to what I'm attempting. Basically, my plans are for a single element, 3 switches (1 for the pump), single PID/SSR and no e-stop. All on 120V.

14chow 11-26-2013 12:33 AM

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Ok. Here is a diagram that you can use.

As always click on the image to see and save a fullscale diagram for your build.



I hope this helps you.

P-J
Hi PJ,

I just finished wiring up mine (minus E-stop at this point) and the wiring seems different than the one you attached above. Is the diagram I'm using still valid? When I turned it on the pump worked with the swtich, the pid came on with the switch and when I set the PID to SN-21 for my probe the temp was correct. The SSR lamp was lite and when I turned on my element switch the light pilot lamp came on, regardless of setting the temp over or under the PV. Just wondering why that is and seeing the difference in the diagram wiring to the PID I wonder if my diagram is not correct.

As always, thank you!

Ben


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