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Hi, need some advice on sequential timers.
I need to set up 6 containers with 2 ton (24,000BTU) Inverter Split Air Conditioner units supplied through individual contactors, I am looking for a sequential timer that can allow me to space a starting sequence of 15 seconds between each...
Given the demand for low energy lighting in new build/major extensions it seems that the LED technology leads the supporting equipment such as dimmers and timers.
The problem I have is that a client wants to put all the lights on each of four circuits on a 24/7 timer for security purposes (each...
Anyone got any recommendations for a timer for a towel rail. Timer will be outside the bathroom and would prefer a digital version. I've used a few before but some are a bit tortuous to program.
Thanks a lot
Hi all .
Have been to change an immersion timer for a Santon premier to210e invented cylinder.
This cylinder has a 3kw immersion element (240v)
I have fitted two different timers to replace the original but they have both failed after a few days of operating.
After a few days u no longer get...
I'm testing a communal area of flats, just lighting circuits mainly and in the board they go to a timer and then off out to lights etc. And all lights are on push switches or pneumatic switches. But I can't get any insulation resistance reading. It's like 0.13meg
Is it the switches...
Hi, I've just bought a small 12 volt digital timer to use as part of a lighting set up for some hen cabins. This particular one is a 16 amp YNAP model YP109A, there are lots for sale on the internet but most appear to be model CN101A which appears to be identical but only 10 amps I think. The...
I think this is a stupid question, but its not something ive comeup against before and thought id double check...
Ive been asked to install a timer on the lights of the house, so that the lights can be automatically turned on (and off) at certain times of the week.
I have a question.
Basically I have been asked to install electrical heaters in a large area and the customer wants them timed and on thermostatic controls. Which is fine you can just buy the plug in's right?
Bloody hell their expensive!
I haven't played with contactors and din rail timers...
Hey, does anyone know where i could get two-way, and intermediate timer light switches, it is for a communal area in flats, they dont want PIRs, which i thought was the best way!! also is it ok to wire smoke alarms in T&E 3 core. :confused:
I tend not to get involved with heating systems, but I have just been on a site where they have had a new Hot water tank installed with 2x immersion thermostat heaters in the tank, each of these is rated at 3Kw. Each has a separate feed with its own spur. There is no economy 7 or...