Hey.. just an aside on the wiring.. if it's a 30-Amp circuit, I think
On Sat, Nov 17, 2012 at 4:15 PM, Kitten <skel...@gmail.com> wrote:--
> I should have noted earlier that the E-Stop system proposed is a line
> voltage method, we may want to consider going to a 24V system but that'd
> require a 30A 2 pole minimum 24v coil contactor with aux contacts and an
> additional 30 dollar 24 volt din rail power supply but would be marginally
> safer if someone cut through a cord somehow. In the proposed system there
> would be a 1/4 amp fuse and fuse holder in line with the hots as well as a
> ground wire in the actual wiring. The purchased E-Stops are fine for either
> method and are in plastic enclosures so a shock risk would only be present
> on damaged wiring.
> I personally don't feel at this time the added expense is warranted but I
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