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Old 03-06-2012, 01:12 AM
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Default MSA to drive SSRs

I am looking at using one of the midi decoders to drive a set of 4 of the following

http://www.ebay.com/itm/260969390119...84.m1436.l2649

Rather than drive then directly from a MD24, I am thinking of using a MSA and using it to switch the 9V power supply voltage to the input of these SSA's keeping the MSA isolated from the SSRs

Does this make sense ?

The SSRs will be the motor switching relays for a leslie. Converting the leslie to midi control.
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Old 03-08-2012, 12:46 AM
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I am looking at using one of the midi decoders to drive a set of 4 of the following

http://www.ebay.com/itm/260969390119...84.m1436.l2649

Rather than drive then directly from a MD24, I am thinking of using a MSA and using it to switch the 9V power supply voltage to the input of these SSA's keeping the MSA isolated from the SSRs

Does this make sense ?

The SSRs will be the motor switching relays for a leslie. Converting the leslie to midi control.
Hi Jim, makes sense to me, but the MD24 might work ok too, depending on the current draw of the relay "coil" signal. Obviously there are lots of cautions to be taken with the large voltages to be switched.
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