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Offline PilksUK

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Spark 2 Tri-Cree wiring question
« on: February 26, 2018, 04:47:57 AM »
I'm going to be wiring up a tri-cree GGW can I bridge the two greens and wire it up using 1 wire/pad or do I need to wire up all three individually to the first three pads C1,C2,C3?

Its not clear on this in the manual but in my mind it should work if I wire both greens to C1 and the white to C2.
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Offline JakeSoft

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Re: Spark 2 Tri-Cree wiring question
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2018, 05:58:18 PM »
I'm going to be wiring up a tri-cree GGW can I bridge the two greens and wire it up using 1 wire/pad or do I need to wire up all three individually to the first three pads C1,C2,C3?

Its not clear on this in the manual but in my mind it should work if I wire both greens to C1 and the white to C2.

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Re: Spark 2 Tri-Cree wiring question
« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2018, 06:28:46 PM »
I'm going to be wiring up a tri-cree GGW can I bridge the two greens and wire it up using 1 wire/pad or do I need to wire up all three individually to the first three pads C1,C2,C3?

Its not clear on this in the manual but in my mind it should work if I wire both greens to C1 and the white to C2.

You can run up to 2 diodes on each true drive pad.  So if you want to run your greens on one pad and your other diode on another, that will work. 

Tom