Re: Rotary switch
...and an image of the type of rotary switch that is discussed here can be found at:
The black & white image shows the classic rotary switch that
has those wafers that may be stacked to same axle. What the
Wikipedia article does not say is that the switches may be "break
before make" or "make before break", meaning that if one turns the
rotary switch knob the next terminal is connected either before or
after the previous terminal is disconnected. This may be of
importance, as "make before break" can cause unintentional short
circuits. On the other hand "Make before break" may be used even
for creating short pulses.
On 2018-10-12 22:03, Don Vollrath wrote:
To see how to do it go to www.wiringfordcc.com and look in the index for and/or scroll down to section "f" of the advanced Slo-motion switch motor control.