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    Exclamation Arduino UNO 120v Fading SSR Code

    I have an SSR that can dim. I have an Arduino with 6 PWM Outputs. I don't really know how to code so I need some help. I need the arduino to output 6 channels from VIXEN to the SSR. I see I need zero crossed detection in the code. My lights are 60hz. How will I go about getting the code? I tried other code but it didn't fade. It was always on.

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    Default Re: Arduino UNO 120v Fading SSR Code

    Since you do not know how to code, i suggest you purchase a renard controller that drives external ssrx and build it. an ss8 or ren 8 is all you will need.

    At the minimum take a look at the Renard controller schematics in this forums wiki to see how a zero cross detector is built.
    Last edited by MartinMueller2003; 11-04-2018 at 03:15 PM.


    2018 - Moving and going to visit my Daughter in New Zealand. Most likely I will be dark or nearly dark, Some static stuff that is simple to put up.

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    Default Re: Arduino UNO 120v Fading SSR Code

    Quote Originally Posted by MartinMueller2003 View Post
    Since you do not know how to code, i suggest you purchase a renard controller that drives external ssrx and build it. an ss8 or ren 8 is all you will need.

    At the minimum take a look at the Renard controller schematics in this forums wiki to see how a zero cross detector is built.
    I built a zero cross detector. I just need to code... I have zparticles code, but it is more than what I need and does not work for me.

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