THCAD-10 for Ohmic Sensing

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15 Jan 2024 00:39 #290724 by CFE
Hi all,

We are looking at adding ohmic sensing to our plasma table. The plasma cutting primer shows the use of a THCAD-5, but is it possible to use a THCAD-10 (we have a spare one of them as we build our controller with a THCAD-10) ?

Cheers, Peter

P.S. By the way, our plasma table with QtPlasmaC works well, cuts everything from 1.6mm to 25mm or thicker with a Hypertherm 125. Haven't had any major hiccups for a long time, except for the computer getting a bit tired !

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15 Jan 2024 02:52 #290726 by tommylight
Yes, you can use THCAD10 instead of THCAD5, just set the scaling and offsets correctly for it.

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15 Jan 2024 03:20 #290727 by CFE
Replied by CFE on topic THCAD-10 for Ohmic Sensing
Thanks Tommy !
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16 Jan 2024 09:55 #290849 by rodw
Replied by rodw on topic THCAD-10 for Ohmic Sensing
Set your scaling so that 24 volts is a bit under 10 volts eg. say 9.5 volts. That way the component will know that 24v or greater is actually the torch cutting (that will do no harm)

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