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Silver Rotary Watches
Do-it-Yourself Resistance Substitution Box
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• 2 or 3 12-position rotary switches (or 10-position, whatever you can get)
• 2 pin or banana jacks (to match your test leads)
• resistor assortment from 5 ohms to 1M or greater; gold bands (5% tolerance) are better than silver bands (10% tolerance).
• project box
1- Get a box and drill holes for mounting two or three 12-position rotary switches. Drill holes also for the two jacks.
2- Mount the switches and the jacks; label switch positions with corresponding resistor values.
3- Follow this diagram and solder resistors directly to the lugs of the rotary switches.
NOTE: If you solder the resistors so their unsoldered leads extend the opposite direction of the switch's shaft, these leads can be gathered together and soldered at once, connected to the bus wire terminating in point "A".
• The first switch would provide the lowest resistance, the next would provide mid-range resistors, and the final switch would be wired to the resistors with the greatest resistance.
• As seen, the 12th lug of the depicted switch connects to the next switch in the array. Naturally, the final switch in the array would have its 12th lug connected to the final resistor in the matrix.
To mark the panel for the resistor values:
1- Turn the mounted switches to position "1" (doesn't matter at all how you orient the switches, just turn them to their lowest resistor settings).
2- Place knobs loosely on shafts and turn their pointers to wherever you want "1" (your lowest resistor value) to be located around the dial (near top or bottom of dial, usually).
3- Once all pointers are angled to this position, tighten their set screws to keep them in place.
4- With your marker, put dots where the pointers point as you click them all around their orbits.
5- Label these dots with the corresponding resistor values. Position "12" can be marked with an arrow pointing to the next switch.
1- Set all rotary switches to "12" for starting position. This will provide the greatest resistance available (this is safest on the circuit). Plug your test leads in.
2- Begin turning the LAST dial downward and observe the response of the circuit (LED brightness, audio output, circuit clocking - whatever you're after).
3- When you get to position "1" on this switch, turn the next rotary switch to position "11" to continue the resistance decrease, and so on until you reach the resistance value desired.
4- Observe the resistance the dial is pointing to; grab another resistor of the same value, and your green LED will never again scare you with that ember-like, off-yellow, over-voltage, "Seeya in LED Halvala" glow.
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