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  • #95293
     outhere 
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    The new H bridge showed up – same Results… I have them wired exactly like the pictures you Showed me..

    Would this controller work with the LEDwiz?

    https://www.amazon.com/DROK-Control-Controller-Regulator-Support/dp/B015F88D32/ref=sr_1_40?ie=UTF8&qid=1534036944&sr=8-40&keywords=board+regulator

    If so how do you think it should be wired?

     

     

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    #95330
     randr 
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    there really is no reason the H-Bridge wouldnt work. How are you powering the shaker?

    as for the motor speed control you linked to, yes it would work i would assume you hook middle signal 0-5v to ledwiz wire you already have and others are power and motor diode still would be needed.

    i use seperate quality switching supply to power shaker so perhaps your using a ATX computer supply and that just never a good idea.. not sure what your using but im using one of these…

    https://www.amazon.com/BMOUO-Universal-Regulated-Switching-Computer/dp/B01EWG6YT8/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1534104628&sr=8-3&keywords=12v+.+switching+supply

    Currently playing around with FP to VP conversions. Nothing serious just trying to have fun.

    #95361
     TerryRed 
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    …or perhaps its a grounding issue?

    #95382
     outhere 
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    Yes I am using a ATX computer supply but I have a power supply I will try…

    But that still doesn’t explain if I don’t use the H-bridge the shaker motor runs at full speed….

    Thanks for your help

    #95383
     TerryRed 
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    Yes I am using a ATX computer supply but I have a power supply I will try…

    But that still doesn’t explain if I don’t use the H-bridge the shaker motor runs at full speed….

    Thanks for your help

    Possible difference in grounds from the ATX Power Supply vs your Led-Wiz?

    #95437
     outhere 
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    Can you put grounds together from different power supplies?

    #96657
     nmooer 
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    Sorry to hi jack, but I just ordered a small chip led wiz. Am I going to be able to to solder the wire on the chip. I ordered with heat sinks, maybe I should have not.

     

    #96658
     randr 
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    yes im sure thats the same ledwiz everyone uses. buy small chip you mean like picture below?

    chapter-15-11-ledwiz-cooling

    If so then yes fairly easy to do. I dont they sold old style for many years (big chip)

     

    Currently playing around with FP to VP conversions. Nothing serious just trying to have fun.

    #96669
     outhere 
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    After putting the grounds together the same results….

    Then the new power supply showed up same results

    Then I tried the DC Motor Speed Control but that works a little different than a H-bridge

    It turns out The signal 0 to 5 volt Is a positive voltage So what I did is use the H bridge to control the DC motor speed controller And That worked pretty good but that required 2 items to do one job…

    Then I thought I would try one of these and it turns out it’s working great.. — 4 Channel Optocoupler Isolation Module board

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1-4-8-Channel-Optocoupler-Isolation-Module-Opto-isolator-H-L-Level-Module-Lot/372031557305?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&var=640949719466&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

    The wire that I soldered to the LEDwiz – what is that exactly doing?

    It’s obvious it’s bypassing something….

    If I use that wire To control The 4 Channel Optocoupler Isolation Module board the shaker motor runs at full speed as soon as you turn the power On…

    If I hook the board to the port Like you normally do it works fine…

     

    #96670
     nmooer 
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    This is what the v2 looks like.  looks like the chips are pushed together. I don’t know. Maybe solder from the bottom?

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     randr 
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    That’s a very old photo of a ledwiz and don’t think they have used socket chips like that for many many years.

    Currently playing around with FP to VP conversions. Nothing serious just trying to have fun.


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