XB600 Wiring Diagram & 12V circuit

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Just found a little sharper version of the XB600 circuit as noted by "Groovey"::

xb600wiring.png

Full size (2131 x 1394 pixels) at:
http://visforvoltage.org/sites/default/files/u69/xb600wiring.png

I'm looking at ways to mod the circuit to have an independent 12V ground to reduce the chances of overvoltage failures.

I've had two DC/DC converter failures. Each time, a number of 12V "bits" have been vaporized before I realized what happened. Mainstream DC/DC units generally have an isolated ground, and it looks like it might be possible to switch the 12V portion of the XB600 to an isolated 12V ground without too much work if I have a different DC/DC unit, such at this one.

Mark

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Re: XB600 Wiring Diagram & 12V circuit

Thanks for posting the wiring diagram, I have been trying to fixed melted wires for a year now!

The link you posted was to a low res PNG file (500x327). Do you still have the 2100x1400 PNG file by chance? If there is a problem keeping such a high resolution when posting to the site, can you email to me and I can throw it up on a host server.

Thanks
Eric
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Re: XB600 Wiring Diagram & 12V circuit

You are quite right. I don't even know how to get visforvoltage to mount files directly.

There is a file at my Photobucket account though:

http://i200.photobucket.com/albums/aa122/mf70/xb600wiring.png

That should be what you need. (Hmmm, it looks like Photobucket down-sized it as well. In Photobucket, it is 1,023px × 669px, and fairly readable.)

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