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Post# 857703   12/21/2015 at 12:18 (722 days old) by E685X (Italy)        

Hi everyone.
I was interested in a circuit diagram of a HotPoint speed controller module.
Particularly, I am interested in analog ones (TRIAC-based modules), so if you coul help me out, it would be great.

Thanks in advance.

E685X





Post# 857718 , Reply# 1   12/21/2015 at 14:32 (722 days old) by LaVidaBoem (South Carolina)        
Buonasera!>>E686X...

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Are you talking about the motor controller in Candy, Hotpoint circa 80's/90's, like this??



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Post# 857812 , Reply# 2   12/22/2015 at 07:25 (721 days old) by E685X (Italy)        
Hello There

You nailed it!
It's exactly what i was looking for.
Has anybody got a circuit diagram?
I'd like to replicate this board, since open loop phase angle circuits don't allow a constant speed.


Post# 857885 , Reply# 3   12/22/2015 at 15:06 (721 days old) by LaVidaBoem (South Carolina)        
Well, that's about all the help for now...

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Hey Man,

 

Long Day, got to check here earlier, but no time for posting.

 

Well, I am glad we narrowed it down; my (great?) uncle was in the biz, has passed, and I got most of his inventory, and books...crates of books...

I haven't had time nor will I soon, to Look>>

 

That's why I put the link about others talking about some of those machines...Maybe they can help find a diagram.

I do know that was supposed to be a good controller, and easy to adapt to other applications, but that is about all.

 

I'll keep in touch if I get anything on this end,

LaVidaBoem


Post# 858034 , Reply# 4   12/23/2015 at 16:52 (720 days old) by E685X (Italy)        
Don't worry!

That's fine.
I hope you'll have the time to dig through your information and schematica in these days.
Have a Merry Christmas Eve.
Write me soon ;-).


Post# 858080 , Reply# 5   12/23/2015 at 19:24 (720 days old) by LaVidaBoem (South Carolina)        
Well shucks partner...

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I'll do...

 

Post Script:

I'll send you a few pics of the feast tonight, a la Southern Style...

A Roasted Bird with all "the fixin's"...

Let you see how us common folk eat...!smile


Post# 858178 , Reply# 6   12/24/2015 at 14:09 (719 days old) by E685X (Italy)        
Thanks!

Really, thanks a lot.
I'd also like to kindly invite everybody to help me.
Have a very Merry Christmas!

E685X


Post# 858552 , Reply# 7   12/27/2015 at 03:53 (716 days old) by E685X (Italy)        
Hi!

Found anything?
Anything that has to do with closed loop analog control of brushed moor will do, really, not being picky here.


Post# 859277 , Reply# 8   12/31/2015 at 11:38 (712 days old) by E685X (Italy)        

Hoover modules or newer ones would also be fine.

Post# 859278 , Reply# 9   12/31/2015 at 11:42 (712 days old) by LaVidaBoem (South Carolina)        
Well Shucks Partner...

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Looks like a did backstep on you...

Sorry about that.

 

Hadn't had the time, but I'll see what I can do over the weekend.

I need a break from some of this anyway!

 

Take care,

Happy New Year,

Eddy


Post# 859572 , Reply# 10   1/2/2016 at 06:52 (710 days old) by E685X (Italy)        
Hope you'll find something

Don't worry,take your time.
If possible, though, write me sometimes on the forum, just to know you're still alive ahah.


Post# 861841 , Reply# 11   1/14/2016 at 14:38 (698 days old) by E685X (Italy)        

Hi LaVidaBoem!
How is the research going?


Post# 864316 , Reply# 12   1/27/2016 at 13:35 (685 days old) by E685X (Italy)        

Even SESA Machine modules would work fine, even modern ones would be fine, as long as they don't have a microcontroller on them.




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