Published at Tuesday, March 26th, 2019 - 00:40:06 AM. wiring. By Leola Dupond.
Last week we discussed the basics of gas boiler wiring and wiring in general. Now let’s add safety and limit controls for each type of system. I’m going to start with a steam boiler, since it is the least complex and the easiest to understand. A steam boiler uses a pressure control that opens on pressure rise and a low water cutoff (LWCO) that opens when the water drops below a predetermined level. First let’s talk about LWCOs a little. There are two types of LWCOs, float types and probe types. The float type is installed in a water column (on residential boilers, usually the gauge glass); a float opens and closes a switch as the water level changes. The probe type installs into the boiler water and uses the water in the boiler to close the circuit.
Hello fellow modders! It’s time now to explore the third and final version of our master wiring schemes for the venerable Gibson Les Paul. So far, we’ve covered master volume plus master tone (“Les Paul Master Wiring #1”) and master tone plus two volumes (“Les Paul Master Wiring #2”). In this third version, the volume pot is the master and it will be supported by two individual tone controls. Although we call it a “Les Paul” master wiring, you can apply this mod to virtually any guitar with a similar dual-pickup, four-potentiometer configuration, such as an ES-335 or SG. And with a little ingenuity you can adapt it to any guitar with two pickups. For example, you can swap out the Gibson 3-way pickup selector toggle switch for a Fender-style pickup selector switch, which means you could use this wiring on a Telecaster.
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