Connecting a mechanic limit switch to 7i76e

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23 Dec 2020 15:21 #192971 by tommylight
Between the output on the Mesa and the GND, if using 7i76E, >7i76ED would have them between +24V and output.
Beware of the polarity of the diodes, although Mesa has output current limiting i think, reversing the diode will end up shorting the output when active.
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23 Dec 2020 20:19 #193017 by txtrone

Between the output on the Mesa and the GND, if using 7i76E...
Beware of the polarity of the diodes, although Mesa has output current limiting i think, reversing the diode will end up shorting the output when active.


The Mesa output will be the same as my field power, correct? Does this drawing look correct, minus the diode?

Sorry for the tube amp terminal strips, working with what I have.
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23 Dec 2020 20:54 #193020 by tommylight
Yes it does.
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23 Dec 2020 21:05 #193021 by PCW
Normally you would not connect anything to VIN.

The common for switches would be VFIELD
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23 Dec 2020 22:58 #193038 by txtrone

Normally you would not connect anything to VIN.

The common for switches would be VFIELD


I cleaned up my drawing and put it in the correct thread here ... does that look like the correct way to wire a solenoid ... and everything else for that matter? Thx

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