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Old 02-01-2013, 03:47 PM   #41
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The diagram would work the same as well just remember everything running 30a needs 10g wiring(contactor, element). And also the plugs and outlets used need to be 30a rated.


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Newbie question about which diagram to choose. I'm looking for something with 1 PID, 1 120v element, 2 pumps with timer and alarm. Of course an e stop. Any suggestions?

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Old 03-05-2013, 02:34 PM   #43
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The diagram would work the same as well just remember everything running 30a needs 10g wiring(contactor, element). And also the plugs and outlets used need to be 30a rated.
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Old 03-05-2013, 03:01 PM   #44
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Have you considered taking the content you've provided here, doing some kind of write up to go with it, and publishing it as an e-book? Once you do that, you could upload it to archive.org and it would be preserved forever. No one would have to worry about who is hosting what.
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Old 03-06-2013, 02:36 AM   #45
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Have you considered taking the content you've provided here, doing some kind of write up to go with it, and publishing it as an e-book? Once you do that, you could upload it to archive.org and it would be preserved forever. No one would have to worry about who is hosting what.
The diagrams are mostly (if not all) done by P-J, so in all fairness to him, any discussion on putting his diagrams into a book or posting them to a permanent archive should have his blessing. Just adding my $0.02
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The diagrams are mostly (if not all) done by P-J, so in all fairness to him, any discussion on putting his diagrams into a book or posting them to a permanent archive should have his blessing. Just adding my $0.02
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I may be missing it here but P-J have you done any diagrams for the Brewtroller systems?

I am building a 2 element 5500w, three vessel, 3 pump, eHERMS system controlled by a OpenTroller DX1.
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:14 AM   #48
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I may be missing it here but P-J have you done any diagrams for the Brewtroller systems?

I am building a 2 element 5500w, three vessel, 3 pump, eHERMS system controlled by a OpenTroller DX1.
Sorry, no I have not. I don't know the first thing about them.
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mostly (if not all) done by P-J, so in all fairness to him, any discussion on putting his diagrams into a book or posting them to a permanent archive should have his blessing. Just adding my $0.02
Um, yeah. Who do you think would be writing or at least co-authoring it?
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I hope these diagrams don't disappear. They have shown me just enough to do some damage I'm in the process of building my panel and without these diagrams I'd be completely lost (who am I kidding, I don't have a clue). Hopefully i can find someone locally to rescue me from this maze of wires. P-J, thank you for your tremendous and thoughtful gift to this community.


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