Thanks! I thought about that too. But I'm afraid that the lights will toggle during startup? Maybe not noticable. And can I trust this relay? It's behaviour is unexpected and incorrect according to the datasheet if I understood it correctly. Most SSRs are NO.casainho wrote: ↑Oct 07 2018 3:37pmMake LCD3 invert the state, with a configuration for that. I guess other users may have thesame need. Even good if you coild document ypmour build with pictures on wiki.EndlessCadence wrote: ↑Oct 07 2018 3:07pmThanks for your help! Today I found out that the motor mount had moved and it has crushed my display cable. I think this caused the clicking sound as well. Cable is repaired but I didn't test if the noise is gone now.cresny wrote: ↑Oct 07 2018 11:38amHow worn are your chain and chaining? I noticed this sort of sound when my chainring was worn to sharp points. My guess is the regular tick on revolution is when the tip of a chainring tooth happens to meet the rod center of a chain pin, which then snaps down into the space in between teeth.
I hope someone can help me with my lights circuit:
Because of the low maximum current of the TSDZ2's light output I wired an external solid state relay and DC-DC converter to power my lights. This works but it is inverted! I didn't know that NC (normally connected) solid state relays even existed and only saw them at high prices. But it looks like my relay is NC??
The lights turn on when I apply battery power, they turn off when I power on the lights using the LCD3 display. Confusing isn't it?
These are the parts I'm using:
- DC SSR: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/the-che ... 4c4dt0nLQ5
- DC-DC converter: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/DC-24V- ... 4c4dt0nLQ5
I'll take pictures, great idea!