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Fincor PID dancer schematic or Manual needed

Started by M Philbrook November 19, 2017

I know many of your old farts here have a collection of schematics or at 
least manuals....

 I can not find the manual or maybe even the schematic that sometimes 
comes with these manuals for a :

  Fincor 105456401 , 1900-77 
 
 
  This is a PID dancer controller with a tach following option. 

  If need be I can reverse engineer one using TinyCad or some common 
free electronic CAD program so I can study it to get a better 
understanding of the option dip switches and pots on it that don't seem 
to have much obvious use.

Jamie
responding to
http://www.electrondepot.com/electrodesign/fincor-pid-dancer-schematic-or-manual-needed-872797-.htm
, Ken wrote:
> jamie_ka1lpa wrote: > > > > I know many of your old farts here have a collection of schematics or at > > least manuals.... > > I can not find the manual or maybe even the schematic that sometimes > comes with these manuals for a : > > Fincor 105456401 , 1900-77 > > > This is a PID dancer controller with a tach following option. > > If need be I can reverse engineer one using TinyCad or some common > free electronic CAD program so I can study it to get a better > understanding of the option dip switches and pots on it that don't seem > > to have much obvious use. > > Jamie >
Do you still need the manual? I have a copy. Ken
responding to
http://www.electrondepot.com/electrodesign/fincor-pid-dancer-schematic-or-manual-needed-872797-.htm
, Don wrote:
> Ken wrote: > > responding to >
http://www.electrondepot.com/electrodesign/fincor-pid-dancer-schematic-or-manual-needed-872797-.htm
> , Ken wrote: > > jamie_ka1lpa wrote: > > > > > > > > I know many of your old farts here have a collection of schematics > or at > > > > least manuals.... > > > > I can not find the manual or maybe even the schematic that > sometimes > > comes with these manuals for a : > > > > Fincor 105456401 , 1900-77 > > > > > > This is a PID dancer controller with a tach following option. > > > > If need be I can reverse engineer one using TinyCad or some > common > > free electronic CAD program so I can study it to get a better > > understanding of the option dip switches and pots on it that don't > seem > > > > to have much obvious use. > > > > Jamie > > > Do you still need the manual? I have a copy. > > Ken >
Jamie, I am also interested in the 1900-77, can I get a copy of the info? Thanks
In article <2uYRC.350497$Xa4.172505@fx29.am4>, 
f6ceedb9c75b52f7fcc0a55cf0cfbf5d_1104@example.com says...
> > responding to > http://www.electrondepot.com/electrodesign/fincor-pid-dancer-schematic-or-manual-needed-872797-.htm > , Don wrote: > > Ken wrote: > > > > responding to > > > http://www.electrondepot.com/electrodesign/fincor-pid-dancer-schematic-or-manual-needed-872797-.htm > > , Ken wrote: > > > jamie_ka1lpa wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > > I know many of your old farts here have a collection of schematics > > or at > > > > > > least manuals.... > > > > > > I can not find the manual or maybe even the schematic that > > sometimes > > > comes with these manuals for a : > > > > > > Fincor 105456401 , 1900-77 > > > > > > > > > This is a PID dancer controller with a tach following option. > > > > > > If need be I can reverse engineer one using TinyCad or some > > common > > > free electronic CAD program so I can study it to get a better > > > understanding of the option dip switches and pots on it that don't > > seem > > > > > > to have much obvious use. > > > > > > Jamie > > > > > Do you still need the manual? I have a copy. > > > > Ken > > > > Jamie, > > I am also interested in the 1900-77, can I get a copy of the info? Thanks
I reversed engineered most of it using TinyCad, If you are still interested I'll dig it up.