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From: "Da Man"
Subject: Re: Wiring of Motor
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Date: Fri, 03 Jan 2003 10:50:15 GMT
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"Peter Bennett" wrote in message
> On 31 Dec 2002 07:15:58 -0800, email@example.com (David) wrote:
> >Ok this is probably pretty easy but I can't figure it out.
> >I have a motor with two wires.
> >I have a battery with two wires.
> >I hook white to white and red to red and the motor goes one way.
> >I hook white to red and red to white and the motor goes the opposite
> >I have to push button switches.
> >Is it possible to wire the two switches so that one will make the
> >motor go forwards and the other will make it go backwards and if so
> If you have single pole, double throw switches (three terminals) it is
> quite easy.
> Connect one motor leads to the "common" terminal of each switch.
> Connect the "normally closed" contacts of both switches to the
> negative terminal of the battery, and the "normally open" contacts to
> the positive terminal of the battery.
Looks like you already beat me to it :-)
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