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Monday, September 22, 2014

Beomaster 6000 4-Channel: Positioning the Indicator Bands

I finally had some time to continue the LED-ification project of my Beomaster 6000 4-Channel (several of the lightbulb fixtures had broken out tab-receptacles, and I did not want to use tape to fix them in place, so I decided to do it with LEDs)

I made some major progress on this today, and it seems everything is finally working. More about that after I do some more testing of this set-up.

I was confident enough to re-install (for the 4th time, I think...patience is a great asset with the Beomaster 6000...;-)) the indicator bands of the motor unit. I realized that I previously adjusted them slightly wrong in their position. So I wanted to share here how to do it right: 

The small white dots in the indicator panel are meant to adjust the bands relative to the potentiometer position. This is how I aligned them this time before pushing in the clips (see here for details on the entire procedure and a video):

That's it for today...

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