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Old 6th September 2001, 09:45 AM   #1
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I'm studying the PCB of Aleph P 1.7.
For the volume control we know that a microcontroler is overkill, but it's not the problem here.
The Principe of the relays N/A converter looks good, but can you give me some precise reference on the relays can we us in it ? For find the pattern in order to put on my PCB.
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Old 6th September 2001, 10:49 AM   #2
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well...

im going to use NAIS/SDS S4 its a fore pole closing relay i figure i use them in parallel (use them as two pole relays) (i got a lot of them)

but are u going to use the controllin system from P1.0 or?

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