Originally Posted by jsbird
Second the kudos redbenn!
I'm working under the assumption I can substitute the Teensypi for the BCS in the attached PJ-generated wiring diagram. Any concerns/issues? I'll use a 5V power supply similar to the one Jim suggested.
Is there a higher resolution image available? My eyes aren't as good as they used to be.
Nevermind, I found a better image.
The control side of the two designs are opposite.
The BCS outputs source
5V at up to 20 ma. the DS2406+ sinks
up to 5v at about 30 ma.
The difference is in the wiring of the SSRs and switches.
The BCS outputs are connected to the positive input of the SSR and the negative input is connected directly to ground.
The TeensyPi DS2406+ is wired with the output of the ds2406+ wired to the negative side of the SSR and the positive side wired directly to 5v.
If you wanted a manual/auto switch inserted, it would be on the ground/negative side with the TeensyPi.
A very basic diagram is here
The AC side would be unchanged.
That is probably not the wiring diagram you want to use.