Master Clock contact spark quenching and Solari Udine flip clock
I have some relays that will do the job but I am thinking that a cheap Chinese opto-coupler might be a better solution.
Even a single relay will generate a spark at the contact. So there would be benefit in fitting a snubber. In the interests of aesthetics, it would be better to install this on the back of the frame out of sight.
As far as I can tell, it looks like the cast iron frame is held on with a big round head screw and two studs with double nuts.
I have just today purchased by on-line auction this Solari Udine
flip clock. I haven't picked it up yet so I hope it is
complete. I know it needs 24VDC so a relay driver or
opto-coupler would be good options.
I can see that it is missing the makers label lower centre that looks like this:
I could reproduce it, but I would rather find an original part. Does anyone know where I might find this part?
On 5.01.21 12:55 pm, Tracy and Raymond van Orsoy de Flines wrote: