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Linear Actuator switch wiring help PLEASE!!!!

Discussion in 'Sensors and Actuators' started by idi, Jul 7, 2011.

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  1. idi

    idi

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    Hello everybody :)

    My first post here, i signed up since im having trouble with one of my projects.

    I have a linear actuator which will be used to lift and drop my monitors. There are two seperate switches in the power supply thing that was supplied with it.

    However i dont want to use the switches in the power supply, i want to extend the wire of the switches and use the current switches i have in my own control panel thing. The problem is the switches in the power supply are 3 pin switches and my switches are 2 pin.

    There are two wires, +ve and -ve that leave the power supply, and two that enter the actuator (obviously). Is there any way possible that i can use my 2 pin switches and connect them in such a way that i will have 1 button from the lifting and one for the dropping.

    I know it sounds very confusing, but this is the best i could do at explaining, If anyone doesnt understand, please let me know and i'l take some pictures of the power supply or something to help.

    Thanks
     
  2. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    Hi welcome to the forums

    how about some photos of your gear showing switch connections
    and maybe links to sites with data on ho0w the system is supposed to work

    It would probably help us all to help you :)

    Dave
     
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