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    Boolit Master TylerR's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by yoterunner View Post
    Thanks Tyler, then I take it the positive wire from the sensor goes to the positive IN on the relay? Looks like small red (+) wire gets lost in the diagram on the big red (+) wire running from switch to Relay out +. Is that right?

    Sorry to have to have it spelled out so much!
    No. And I don't claim to be the best at creating wiring diagrams. Let me try to break it down.

    From the 12 volt power source:
    -Negative(ground) will go to the switch negative, sensor negative (blue wire), and speed controller negative-in.
    -Positive (red) wire will go to the switch positive (outside pin) and that's it.

    From the switch:
    -Positive out (middle pin) will go to the relay-in positive, relay-out positive, and proximity sensor-in positive (brown wire).

    From the proximity sensor:
    Sensor wire out (S- black wire) will go to the relay negative-in.

    From the relay:
    -Negative-out will go to the speed controller positive-in. (This is what confuses people, because its not really a negative current flowing out. It is just a switch that connects positive from the 12 volt source to positive of the speed controller).

    From the speed controller.
    -Both negative and positive wires connect to the motor. Switching these two wires at the motor will control the direction it turns, CW or CCW

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    For anyone who wants to understand more about how relays work, this is a decent video. Think of a relay just as a simple switch, but the way that switch gets turned on or off is by applying a low current power source. This way a high load current can be turned on or off using a low current source. The video talks about mechanical relays, but of course we are using a solid state relay. Same concept though.

    https://youtu.be/1_YfuH_AcxQ

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    Thats perfect Tyler. I appreciate you writing it all out. I had a feeling some of those positives were feeders. I am a woodworker trying to learn some of this other "trades" stuff, so the more plain, the better.

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