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0-10V Control

Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by megamonkey, Nov 9, 2012.

  1. megamonkey

    megamonkey

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    Nov 9, 2012
    Hello there, I found this site while searching google for an answer to my question and hoping some of you guys could help me!

    Right so I'm working on a project where I've installed some 630mm fanset to extract heat out of a data centre. However we have a supplier that will provide all the controls for this but there has been a delay in this, now the room is getting hot and I want to power up the fans, these are fed from a 3 phase power board with isolator on but I need to provide a 0-10V signal temporarly before the controls is sorted.

    So what I was wondering is if there is something I can purchase/build that will allow me to plug into a standard british 13A Socket, which will produce this 0 to 10V signal (ideally want a dial to vary the signal and thus the fan speed)

    Cheers for any help provided!
     
  2. CocaCola

    CocaCola

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