Temp control wirring help needed

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Cuzco_Brew

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Ok so I have picked up a temp control for my fermentation cabinet. Here is the catch, I live in South America and controller I have is Brazilian so all the instructions are in Portuguese. I’ve run it through a translator and it makes a little more sense. Below is the link to the diagram and the translation. If anyone can help me work out what I am doing with this, it would be much appreciated. If you follow the link I am looking at the diagram labeled (7.1MDH001N-XXXV-P299).

http://www.tholz.com.br/Manuais/Temperatura/MANUAL_J-110_220Vca-P299.PDF

Translation:
1 and 2 - Sensor of temperature, termopar kind J. 3 – Exit S2: Positive pole for acionamento of the relé of solid state. 4 - Exit S2: Negative pole for acionamento of the relé of the solid state. 5 and 6 - Food of
the controlador, verify in the label of the controlador the tension of food. 7 – Exit S1: I contact IN THE (normally open) of the relé of the exit 1. 8 – Contact C (common) of the relé of the exit 1.

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Zac
 

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Wow what a strange history and locations that unit and the instructions are in. Sorry I can not help you maybe another member can translate and figure it out. I'm having a bad enough time being born in America and having people from Mexico and China to deal with in conversations. And I flunked Spanish in the third grade. How was I to know Spanish is needed now in America 48 years later?

I would bet your better off in the wine section, a lot of Portuguese people with their home made wine, someone should be able to translate your instructions for you. Best of luck on your brewing project.
 

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1= - T/C Input
2= + T/C Input
3= + SSR 12VDC Output
4= - SSR 12VDC Output
5= Line (220VAC)
6= Line (220VAC)
7= Switched N/O Relay Contact 5A (Probably for an alarm output)
8= Common for above contact

Good luck with programming of this thing.
Cheers
-David
 
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Ok so the temp controller are pins one and two. The power goes in on 5 and 6? and then out on 3 and 4 ?

I am planning on hooking it up with a light bulb as the heat sorce. So the power goes in on 5 and 6 and out on 3 and 4 ?

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No.
The temp probe inputs are 1&2
Main Controller power is 5&6
If you are turning on/ off a light bulb use the switched relay output.
In on pin 8 out on pin 7 to one side of light bulb
the other side of light bulb to Neutral (if 110VAC) or the other side of 220 single phase.
 

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F9 is used to select which output you plan on using for heating/cooling or alarm.

F9 =0 S1 is the control output, S2 is the alarm output
F9 =1 S2 is the control output, S1 is the alarm output


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I can't offer anything, but had to take a look at more of your pics. Talk about a beautiful place.
 
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Cuzco_Brew

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Perfecto, it works great. Now just need to finish of putting the insulation in.

Thanks for all the help.
 
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