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    Wiring Diagram JD Control Handle LVA 13698

    Anyone know or have a wiring diagram for this JD control handle LVA13698 ?



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    No, but you should be able to figure it out with an ohm meter.
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    I have it, I'll try to post it later after I take care of some business.
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    I don't have a drawing to share, but here is the pinouts:

    For the UP/Down Switch:
    Black #1 is UP
    Black #2 is Common
    Gr/Yel is DOWN

    The remaining to two Black wires are for the single momentary switch.

    Reminder: The switches used are only rated for 0.1 amp, so you MUST use relays to operate solenoid valves, horns, or anything else
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    So is the black #2 is the hot wire ? and the other two black wires to the momentary either one could be hot and then run to the relay? I plan to use the momentary for a horn

    For the UP/Down Switch:
    Black #1 is UP
    Black #2 is Common
    Gr/Yel is DOWN

    The remaining to two Black wires are for the single momentary switch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I don't have a drawing to share, but here is the pinouts:

    For the UP/Down Switch:
    Black #1 is UP
    Black #2 is Common
    Gr/Yel is DOWN

    The remaining to two Black wires are for the single momentary switch.

    Reminder: The switches used are only rated for 0.1 amp, so you MUST use relays to operate solenoid valves, horns, or anything else
    100mA? Wow... that is extremely low for switch contacts. Are they using a reed switch or something? Even using a relay you would need to be careful about the coil resistance so you didn't overload the switch contacts. I notice that most 12V automotive type relays sold do not list the coil current.

    So what's the best way to ensure the relay coil itself won't burn the switch contacts?
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    So would a 5 pin 30/40 amp 12-14 VDC relay be low enough coil amperage for the switch contacts ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    100mA? Wow... that is extremely low for switch contacts. Are they using a reed switch or something? Even using a relay you would need to be careful about the coil resistance so you didn't overload the switch contacts. I notice that most 12V automotive type relays sold do not list the coil current.

    So what's the best way to ensure the relay coil itself won't burn the switch contacts?
    Energize the coil in line with a Digital Meter using the amp setting and see what the coil draws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truk View Post
    Anyone know or have a wiring diagram for this JD control handle LVA13698 ?



    Just looking at it I would think the Yellow is the Common to all the blacks and each direction on a switch will supply power/connection to one black wire at a time and could be read thru a OHM Meter? Others may be right but there should be a coding on the black wires number or something if used another way. I see the numbers now on the black wires. Missed them at first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truk View Post
    So is the black #2 is the hot wire ? and the other two black wires to the momentary either one could be hot and then run to the relay? I plan to use the momentary for a horn
    Correct.
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