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#128663 - 09/12/03 10:32 PM Discussion for: Member Contributed Motor Schematics-part 1
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This thread is in regards to the Schematics posted by ECN Member "Pinemarten", which may be found at the Technical Reference section under the topic:

Member Contributed Motor Control Schematic + Discussion thread link # 1 of 2

Please feel free to ask any questions or post any comments regarding the linked Schematics, by replying to this thread.

Thanks to everyone for the contributions and support!

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new 09.12.2003 @ 22:32:00 for discussions with "Pinemarten"
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#128664 - 09/19/03 01:00 PM Re: Discussion for: Member Contributed Motor Schematics-part 1
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I'll get the Ball rolling here;

What are these Schematics describing?

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