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Old 10-01-2013, 02:00 AM   #391
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Has anyone added a timer to the original wiring diagram? Seems like it would be nice to have.

 
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Old 10-01-2013, 02:18 AM   #392
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Has anyone added a timer to the original wiring diagram? Seems like it would be nice to have.
Which diagram? Which post number?

Let me know as I can certainly add it to a diagram.

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Old 10-01-2013, 02:37 AM   #393
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Which diagram? Which post number?

Let me know as I can certainly add it to a diagram.

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That would be great P-J; Post #2, original diagram.

Thanks,

Ben

 
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Old 10-01-2013, 04:01 PM   #394
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That would be great P-J; Post #2, original diagram.

Thanks,

Ben
I've added the Auber Instruments Timer JSL-71A to the diagram. I hope that is the one you were looking to incorporate in your build.
And - as always - Click on the image to see (and save) a full scale diagram printable on Tabloid paper (11" x 17")


Wishing you the best.

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Old 10-01-2013, 06:22 PM   #395
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I've added the Auber Instruments Timer JSL-71A to the diagram. I hope that is the one you were looking to incorporate in your build.
And - as always - Click on the image to see (and save) a full scale diagram printable on Tabloid paper (11" x 17")


Wishing you the best.

P-J
Perfect! I really appreciate that P-J. Appears the timer won't go as deep into the box as the PID so I might be able to cram all that into the box referenced in this build without having to step up to a larger box.

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Old 10-01-2013, 11:37 PM   #396
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Perfect! I really appreciate that P-J. Appears the timer won't go as deep into the box as the PID so I might be able to cram all that into the box referenced in this build without having to step up to a larger box.
Ben,

It pleases me that I'm able to help you in your desired mission. It also provides some mind jumps for this seriously old man. (It is what keeps me alive...)

You are more than welcome.

Edit: BTW - I just changed the voltage label on the SYL-2352 pid. It was 120V but now it is a different input voltage. (85 - 260 VAC) I was still basing the diagram on the product that was offered a few years ago. Anyway - just little stuff that keeps my mind jumping.

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Old 10-02-2013, 12:43 PM   #397
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I've added the Auber Instruments Timer JSL-71A to the diagram. I hope that is the one you were looking to incorporate in your build.
And - as always - Click on the image to see (and save) a full scale diagram printable on Tabloid paper (11" x 17")


Wishing you the best.

P-J
Easy question (i hope!) In this diagram, if I wanted the buzzer to go off when the timer counted down to zero, would I simply add a wire from location 7 on the timer to location 22 on switch #4? I would I need a seperate buzzer? Thanks

 
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Old 10-02-2013, 01:29 PM   #398
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Easy question (i hope!) In this diagram, if I wanted the buzzer to go off when the timer counted down to zero, would I simply add a wire from location 7 on the timer to location 22 on switch #4? I would I need a seperate buzzer? Thanks
You can use the same buzzer. You would need to wire terminals 6, 7 & 8 in a similar manner as the wiring on the PID terminals 1, 13 & 14.

 
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Old 10-04-2013, 01:06 PM   #399
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You can use the same buzzer. You would need to wire terminals 6, 7 & 8 in a similar manner as the wiring on the PID terminals 1, 13 & 14.
I've added the Timer output circuit to the diagram. I hope that is what you were looking for.
And - as always - Click on the image to see (and save) a full scale diagram printable on Tabloid paper (11" x 17")


Wishing you the best.

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Old 10-04-2013, 03:01 PM   #400
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Even after reading the thread twice, I have a couple of questions regarding a 2 element build.

My shop/garage has a 240 outlet but all of the 120V plugs are on one circuit breaker so I can't use 2 120V plugs. When weather permits I would like to use the system on 240V but when I have to brew indoors I would like to use it on 120V since there's not a 240V outlet but I can get to different plugs on different circuit breakers.

Can I wire the system to use one leg(?) of the 240V to each element so I can brew in my shop (5 gallons) and then also have each element set to have 120V plugged in when I want to brew in the house (2.5 gallons with one plug and 5 gallon with both)? So in effect I would have 3 input plugs. 1 for 240 and 2 for 120V. Not being an electrician I just want to be sure there's not anything really dangerous about this.

If this is impossible or dangerous, please let me know.

Very helpful group on this thread and the builds are awesome!

 
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