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Old 02-23-2011, 10:17 PM   #16
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That's an admirable goal...thanks.

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Old 02-26-2011, 06:38 PM   #17
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It is not that I don't appreciate the effort guys, or turning my string into your own chat site (please stay on topic?). As it currently stands, my question yet you have not answered.
FYI I am a Master Electrician of twenty-five years in heavy industry, and at a lecture when I was a wee apprentice I vaguely remember the instructor mentioning a SAFETY aspect regarding the placement of the O/L contacts. Having threw away my notes years ago (bad move), and in the interest of saving some time, I was looking for some info. Please?
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Old 02-26-2011, 07:06 PM   #18
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=parkysay;598649]It is not that I don't appreciate the effort guys, or turning my string into your own chat site (please stay on topic?).
hey, that's really funny. Did you change your name? If not. this thread belongs to: workfuture. Here is the first post in this thread.


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Howcome in a ladder diagram the overload NC contact is placed after the coil and not in series directly beside the stop button?
and HIS question was answered.

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I think I just heard a bullwhip echo through this thread.
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Old 02-26-2011, 09:25 PM   #20
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As it currently stands, my question yet you have not answered.
FYI I am a Master Electrician of twenty-five years in heavy industry, and at a lecture when I was a wee apprentice I vaguely remember the instructor mentioning a SAFETY aspect.
The question was answered more than once. Anyway why would you post an industrial motor control question on a DIY forum for homeowners?????

You have to be kidding, ... you hold a masters in commercial/industrial and you gotta come here for a motor control circuit question about overload placement in a ladder diagram ? You don't know someone that would be able to answer that ?? Now your changing your username?


Instead of me posting a drawing why don't you make your own in a simple program like paint .... just follow the ladder .. post it and maybe the answer will show itself. You see .. I didn't see it till nap explained .. so I made the drawing to post for your benefit ..... but now I'm thinkin it's your turn to put forth some effort rather than your lazy minded criticism.

As for turning your string into a chat site ... 'workfuture' got the answer before we were accused by 'parkysay' of getting off subject.


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Make that two pops from a bullwhip.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSItq...e_gdata_player

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Let me guess on the drawings. Copyright infringement?
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Good grief..........over........and...........out.
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Good grief..........over........and...........out.
That's pretty much what I expected. Usually when you challenge someone to engage in a professional conversataion among professionals you find out real quick if they are who they say they are.....
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So is wokfuture the same person as parkysay? I'm confused.
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So is wokfuture the same person as parkysay? I'm confused.
Yes ... makes you wonder who he really is ....

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