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  1. MC
    09-02-2015 07:53 AM - permalink
    MC
    You definitely have power and ground wrong. If you hook up the LCTHC wrong it will energize the relay.
  2. MC
    09-02-2015 06:02 AM - permalink
    MC
    Are yoy sure your connecting the lcthc the right way? Torch in means the relay is getting energized and most likely not a fault of thw lcthc. Your g540 was it new? Can you test it for power coming out of the 2 outputs? You may just have it flipped around the wrong way.
  3. eriklas
    09-01-2015 11:21 PM - permalink
    eriklas
    My specific problem is that when I turn the controller on, as soon as the splash screen on the LCTHC closes and goes to the voltage screen, the torch on circuit fires and stays on. The red light on the front panel comes on, TOR shows on the LCD, and I can hear the relay click on the sensor card. In Mach diagnostics, torch on is not "on", and in fact the same symptom occurs even if I start the g540 with parallel cable disconnected. It is not being triggered by Mach despite Tom's instance that the only thing that can trigger torch on is Mach.

    I know the candcnc is a well respected company, and that Tom is the driving force behind that, but I found him to be less than helpful (or even pleasant) considering that the specs on the LCTCH say that they offer 60 days free phone support and unlimited online support.

    Regardless, I am not giving up! I know it can work, and I will get it working one way or another.

    Again, thanks for your time and I am sorry to have gone on so long!

    Erik
  4. eriklas
    09-01-2015 11:21 PM - permalink
    eriklas
    Thanks for the reply! I followed the newest rev. of the manual to the letter, and have re-done my work form scratch three times to make sure I did not make a mistake. I was just grasping at straws when I saw your post.

    I have noticed several inaccuracies or missing information in the most current manual, so I was hoping that might be part of my problem. One perfect example is that they show all of the connections from the LCTHC to the g540, but omitted the jumper from the g540 pin 10 to ground. Granted, this is a g540 requirement, but to be fair to a g540 non-expert, the manual does not really show "all" of the necessary wiring. I was just wondering if there is anything else I need to do but that is not in the manual.
  5. MC
    09-01-2015 08:15 PM - permalink
    MC
    The new updated manual has all the wiring Erik. LCTHC has a specific wiring method outlined in the schematic. You would have to ask the right question here...ie....my torch isn't firing....my tip volts aren't reading. What exactly is the issue your having? In CandCNCs defense they cannot support a product like that and list out that they don't do phone support on that product.
  6. eriklas
    09-01-2015 07:05 PM - permalink
    eriklas
    Greetings! I am having a heck of a time trying to get my new LCTHC from candcnc to work with my g540 system. In a thread a while ago you mentioned something about a ground that is needed but not in the LCTHC manual. Are you still willing to share your "correct" wiring diagrams? I am getting no help from Tom at candcnc and your post was the first time I saw some information that made me hopeful! If you can still help with the diagrams, my address is eriklas@hotmail.com. I really appreciate it!
  7. MC
    09-26-2014 04:49 PM - permalink
    MC
    Sent you a pm
  8. groundloopdog
    09-26-2014 12:21 PM - permalink
    groundloopdog
    hi mc we spoke yesterday on the phone.
    can you email me the price list and option list for the 4 x8 gantry kit?
    can you e mail me the plans and material list for 4 x8 table?
    thanks Chris
  9. randysoffroad
    03-21-2012 09:45 PM - permalink
    randysoffroad
    Hi my name is Randy from Randys offroad inc. i heard that you might be able to help me with making wheel adapters to go from the Rockwell 6 lug pattern to a chevy 8 lug pattern?? or maybe point me to someone that can do it. i need 3 sets but i like to see the design of them first... please contact me at randysoffroad@yahoo.com or call me at 626-224-4799
  10. mikey81
    11-28-2011 04:59 AM - permalink
    mikey81
    You still have th Dans 60 parts 35 splines shafts an hubs u joints

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