I have a JRC NJD-4280 UA0392p01
It has 7 wires on its input - how in the world do I figure out which is which to power this up?
Are there data sheets for these things - is it anything special. I can't come up with anything. I've seen several data sheets (not for my type) that show V+, V-, Control, NC. What do these match up to if I just want to hook it to a 12V DC source? Any direction would be helpful. Thanks.
Beats me. V+ and V-? Most inverters only have two inputs. Positive and negative.
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Most should have at least 4 pins. My sharp inverter was a 5 pin input.
So 4 and 5 I put a pot on to adjust the voltage.. and then obviously 2 pin-outs for the AC voltage.
I'm not sure why there would be 7 pins. Are they all used?
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I can identify two for the pot, that leaves 5. They are all used as well. By the way, this may be dumb, but what is N/C?
Thanks - I have actually begged every person who retails this piece I could find - no one could help me.