I own an ice cream machine which is perfect, except it lacks a light so one can check the state of the process. The motor case would be the perfect place to install a white LED, which will consume just 20-50mA current.
My problem is: the motor is powered by 240V AC, as shown in the following three photos.
The Motor Case (open)
The Label on the Motor
The label on the motor contains this text:
6020D 220-240V 50Hz 20W Class B Zhongshan Donlim weili Electrical.Ltd
There are four connectors, neutral
N and phase
L and two unknown
What would be the safest way to power a 20-50mA white LED from these wires?
- There is only enough space for an SMD LED. A regular indicator LED is too bulky.
- I can easily create a custom PCB for the solution.
- I can also create professional connectors and insulated cables.
- The solution can be complicated and expensive, involving special chips and components.