Originally Posted by ScubaSteve
I used the same method. Can't imagine doing it any other way without it turning into an autocad project. Just be sure to leave room for labels and also for other PID's, swithces, etc. in case you want to add stuff.
Which method is that Steve? Also, I do have 3 PIDS, it's just not in the photo as it is in use in my RIMS toolbox right now.
The switch to the far upper right will turn on the PIDS
The switches under in PID will turn on the element to the kettle relating to that PID (Left to right BK, MT, HLT)
The two switches under those three will be pump 1 and 2
Not pictured (I forgot to add it) is the E-Stop button which will be symmetrically located under and between the two pump switches.
What do you guys think?