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Vcc and v+ and GND

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  1. Smokingbob

    Smokingbob

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    Hi all, am going to build the board (Picture is here http://img707.imageshack.us/i/schemax.png/ I have wrote the component list and just going to order, i know all the component symbols and can follow the schimatic to build it except the Vcc and v+ and GND, I dont know where these line go to. I thought that might go to the JP2 connector but am unsure. Any help/advice appricated.
     
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  2. jackorocko

    jackorocko

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    V+ is the 12 volt input to jp2. VCC is the regulated voltage coming out of the voltage regulator IC3. VCC will be the voltage needed to drive the IC's. GND is just that.

    JP2 is just where you would connect your power lines to the circuit board. It also contains what looks like 2 outputs, the K-line and the L-line.

    If your confused about all the VCC connections in the schematic, don't be. Those in reality will connect to the VCC output from IC3. It's a shorthand way of drawing schematics to make them more clear.
     
  3. Smokingbob

    Smokingbob

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    Thats perfect jack, thanks for the response.
     
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