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Re: Altec PC410 wiring problems

Postby Scootie » Fri Oct 04, 2013 7:37 pm

I used this: https://www.google.ro/search?q=intrerup ... B220%3B206
and another one we call in romanian: button without restraint.

I'll finish in a few days my project and I will post some pics about.
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Re: Altec PC410 wiring problems

Postby h4wk3y » Mon Mar 10, 2014 8:22 am

I have a question too,
on the wiring in the first post, what means connection pin6(altec) to pin5(rex)?

And how is working preheat switch?

I thoughm that rex is controlling on SSR itself, not over altec - why it is going over altec (from rex pin5 to pin6 on altec and then from pin 7 on altec to SSR)?

Thank you
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Re: Altec PC410 wiring problems

Postby code0102stinks » Mon Mar 10, 2014 7:12 pm

h4wk3y wrote:I have a question too,
on the wiring in the first post, what means connection pin6(altec) to pin5(rex)?

And how is working preheat switch?

I thoughm that rex is controlling on SSR itself, not over altec - why it is going over altec (from rex pin5 to pin6 on altec and then from pin 7 on altec to SSR)?

Thank you


The relay on Output 2 is interrupting the circuit between Rex output and preheat SSR so preheat does not kick on until you start a profile
on the PC410. You would set OUT 2 in PC410's menu to "POUT". The Preheat Switch is simply to manually override this, in case you want
to run preheater without having to start a profile on PC410, which controls the top heater.
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Re: Altec PC410 wiring problems

Postby h4wk3y » Tue Mar 11, 2014 11:38 am

oh yes, thank you for your help!

Now i see it!
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Re: Altec PC410 wiring problems

Postby divendra » Tue Jun 09, 2015 3:50 pm

Its a nice work.I wanted to know how the switch works.Thankyou
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Re: Altec PC410 wiring problems

Postby divendra » Sun Jun 14, 2015 3:01 pm

I under stood what was that switch for .Can I put another pc410 and ssr for bottom hot air from that same switch?.How did your project go,must be working fine.Have a great day hobby interest like you have make us try harder good job mate.God bless.
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Re: Altec PC410 wiring problems

Postby code0102stinks » Sun Jun 14, 2015 3:48 pm

divendra wrote:I under stood what was that switch for .Can I put another pc410 and ssr for bottom hot air from that same switch?.How did your project go,must be working fine.Have a great day hobby interest like you have make us try harder good job mate.God bless.


Use a double-pole switch to keep the two PC410's isolated, then one switch will start both.
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Re: Altec PC410 wiring problems

Postby divendra » Mon Jun 15, 2015 4:33 pm

Thankyou very very much.I understood.What if I use MS-25-12 power supply to install fan on the upper heater with air flow to cool down,and use another HR360 hot air blower.One more thing I don't under stand,in IR360 the bottom air blower does does it have fan there to blow hot air or just plain without fan,Thankyou.Have a great day.God bless.Thankyou for your kind reply.
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Re: Altec PC410 wiring problems

Postby divendra » Tue Jun 16, 2015 12:38 am

Sorry bothering you what switch is it single pole double throw or double pole double throw is it a specific name for the switch or any will do?.How to wire those?.Thankyou.
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Re: Altec PC410 wiring problems

Postby code0102stinks » Tue Jun 16, 2015 6:25 pm

divendra wrote:Thankyou very very much.I understood.What if I use MS-25-12 power supply to install fan on the upper heater with air flow to cool down,and use another HR360 hot air blower.One more thing I don't under stand,in IR360 the bottom air blower does does it have fan there to blow hot air or just plain without fan,Thankyou.Have a great day.God bless.Thankyou for your kind reply.


Bottom hot air heater has a 12vdc fan just like a HR top heater does. Has to have a fan to force the heat and keep element from burning up.
The switch for your other question is a DPDT switch. Double-pole, double throw. Its like two individual switches internally. So it will control
two seperate items and keep them isolated electrically. Look at this pic. I have a schematic I can share, but it's at home on my laptop.
https://cdn.sparkfun.com/assets/6/e/d/9 ... 000000.png
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