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Per Guldmann
02/13/06 10:21
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#109868 - Emergency stop
Responding to: U Kaz's previous message
If the emergency stop is that - a big red pushbutton to be used in case of emergency - the machine should stop imidately. Not when a cap is discharged, the controller had read a portpin and taken action, or what ever, but right here, right now.

Otherwise you could get legal problems, if somebody is hurt.

Take care!

Per

List of 19 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Discharging capacitors?      U Kaz      02/09/06 09:17      
   sorry I missed that..      U Kaz      02/09/06 09:35      
   many versions have been implemented      Erik Malund      02/09/06 09:40      
      Simplest        Andy Neil      02/09/06 09:55      
         Alternatively...      Hal Albach      02/09/06 12:23      
            Switch      Andy Neil      02/09/06 12:32      
         thankyou      U Kaz      02/10/06 01:39      
            Emergency stop      Per Guldmann      02/13/06 10:21      
            Soft start      Kai Klaas      02/13/06 19:34      
   Combine        Kai Klaas      02/09/06 19:46      
      if it has to be done the right wa      Erik Malund      02/10/06 06:36      
         SPS?      Kai Klaas      02/10/06 07:25      
            if a SPS is a switching power supply - y      Erik Malund      02/10/06 08:13      
      resistor value ??      U Kaz      02/13/06 08:53      
         DIY      Steve M. Taylor      02/13/06 17:02      
            Hmm...      Kai Klaas      02/14/06 20:11      
               the crux      Erik Malund      02/15/06 06:19      
   check current rating of capacitors ...      Frieder Ferlemann      02/13/06 09:13      
      search      Saif Ullah Khalid      02/14/06 09:13      

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