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"Steve Tyng" <STyng-at-ACPTrust.com>
RE: Joe Sommer/Anvilus [TANKS]
Mon, 10 Apr 2006 10:38:04 -0400
Before you start modifying one of Joe's controllers to do something it
wasn't designed for. You should REALLY consider a commercial grade
controller like the RS80D. I know from experience. I tried to do
something just like your describing and through a stupid mistake ended
up frying the electronics and two SSR's in the process. You only get
one chance with high current circuits.
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> [mailto:tanks-admin-at-rctankcombat.com] On Behalf Of Toast
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> Subject: RE: Joe Sommer/Anvilus [TANKS]
> Any comments on this from Joe? If I could get the PIC on a
> PCB with heavy connectors for offboard SSRs instead of the 4
> onboard SSRs that would be great. If it's too much to ask,
> then maybe just the PIC and I'll use mount it all myself.
> And ...what about price? It should be cheaper than the $100
> dollar mark because if I remember right the SSRs where a lot
> of the manufacturing cost. I'm tempted to email Joe directly
> instead of here to ask these questions.