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    Default Motor forward / reverse switch

    Hi all
    ive got my machine up and running again almost fully functional!

    i need a new switch alternative is fine as long as it works the same, i cant find one as it seems a bit specialist!

    i need 4 or 5 position
    i currently have


    1.reverse start (non latching)
    2.reverse (latching)
    3.off
    4.forward (latching)
    5.forward start (non latching)

    1 and 5 are linked just the starter circuit, (see pics silver switch) 10.jpg10.5.jpg11.jpg

    has anyone done this before and knows of a switch?

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    Looks like Telemecanique switches but there must be many alternatives.
    Some questions come to mind:
    Hole size?
    Number of poles? (pull out the switch, draw a diagram).
    Multiple NO and/or NC contacts?
    Wiring? (see if you can get a BP diagram).

    Once you have an idea of this, get hold of a seller and a switch catalogue.
    Sorry, that`s the best I can do, not having a Bridgeport.

    fusker

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    Thanks

    so its 22mm cut out
    i have had it out and cleaned

    switch.jpg


    left 90 degrees -start-(momentary) // left 45 degrees NC (latching) //center NO // right 45 degrees NC(latching) // right 90 degrees -start-(momentary)

    momentary is spring loaded and goes back to right/left 45 degrees
    right or left 45 degrees is in NC state at 45 degrees and 90 degrees either side

    start circuit left and right is looped same circuit

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    What does it say on the old switch
    If it has a number on it do a google search

    Peter

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    yup ive done that this is the closest i can find, although my switch is 100M-ZAA / CL9PAA


    100M-CA9J by SYLVANIA - Buy or Repair at Radwell

    - Radwell.com


    it is not the same switch and it also comes out at £87.99 shipped to me (uk)

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    Look at the HW serie from Idec

    Peter

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    zebbguy, I know I asked for it but I got cold feet, looking at your drawing. I thought I knew enough of american relay and switch schematics but apparently there are holes in my knowledge. I read another PM thread recently about the different and confusing schematic styles and I fully agree.
    However, if you get hold of an U.S. switch catalogue (re Peter) you should be allright, at least I hope so. If not, do return to this forum.
    Regards (shamefaced),
    fusker

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    Idec (like many others)seems to have a system where you can stack several contactblocs eighter NO or NC onto the switch
    So now you only need a switch with 5 positions with a latching action on both ends

    Peter

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    Ebay has been a good source for me for various used switches.

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    Idec has some very close switch formats but i cant get one that is momentary and latching

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    Looks like the one i have for speed control 5 POS 2 Pole Momentary I am sure you seen this
    Mfr. Part #
    SR2511F-0205-19F0B-E9-N-W-159
    Mouser Part #
    105-SR2511F-25FN

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