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Thread: Projector Lift
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One idea that I liked that doesnt require mechanical switches is using
something to check when the current spikes (which would be because it hit
a stop and using the current spike as an indicator of when to stop. Then I
dont have to worry about mechanical switches. Does anyone have a schematic
or code on how to check for the current spikes?

- Matt

On Sat, 21 Sep 2002, Bob Ammerman wrote:

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