Originally Posted by kal
Really? It seems bigger. It's deceptive. FWIW mine's 16x16x8 so pretty close.
Panels are never as big as you first think... They fill up fast!
It's the proverbial ten pounds of sh*t in a 5 pound bag
I'm slowly but surely making progress.... I've been soldering and shrink wrapping my butt off. All of the connectors I ordered for connecting the switches to Brewtroller needed to be extended, including the 16 pin connector for the LCD. I don't feel like counting but I'm well over 100 solder connections and I'm not done yet.
I had a brain fart on making the lights on the 3 position selector switches work the way I want them to so I'm looking for suggestions.
I'd like the lights to come on ONLY when the relay is active regardless of position. Since I have the LED version of this switch
I'm limited in current to 5mA. I had originally thought I could run 2 wires from the relays for the pumps, one to the receptacle and one to the switch. In theory this would allow the switch to light only when the relay was active. Problem is there would be 2A coming from the relay for the pumps which would overload the filament on the light and burn it out. I could always wire the lights direct from one 5mA fuse and use another set of contact blocks to control when the light is on, but this doesn't solve my problem.
Any ideas out there?