Originally posted by ALOW1+Nov 3 2003, 09:15 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (ALOW1 @ Nov 3 2003, 09:15 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--vwlownslo
@Nov 3 2003, 09:35 PM
I made this... (my own personal newbie project. lol)
1 pump 8 dump. :biggrin:
That looks good but its wrong. I mean there is no point in having all those solenoids.
It is not wrong if you want to add switches past 8. Now, you are correct, there would be no reason for all the solenoids but you would have to use dpdt (6 prong) switches to get it to do what you wanted it to do just for each corner. Now, if you were going to add more switches then it would be a good idea to use all those solenoids and only use the spdt (3 prong) switches for each corner. You see, when you use all the solenoids to do the moves, then you can wire up any old 4 pump switchbox and make it seem like a 4 pump setup. If you do not use the solenoids then you have to wire up your own switchbox and you will be limited on the amount of switches you use. You will have to use a 4pdt (12 prong) switch just to give you the sides and front or back. Then how will you wire up a pancake switch or a seesaw switch? You can't because you need to have all the pressure dumps separated. I bet I confused a lot of people but I know that some will get it. I know vwlownslo knows what I am saying. Hey, bouncin89, how do you have yours? I think I read yours one time as useing a 6 prong just for 1 corner. Am I correct?