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Hi All,

Bit of a basic question here, but my brain is fried!!!!


Got an immersion tank with an element in the top of the tank and one in the bottom.


The one in the top is to be used as a boost for hot water.

The one in the bottom is being used on a timer (controller)

I was wondering if I can get a controller that allows for the timer to operate the bottom element to heat the water, and a "boost" button that will operate the top element seperately if the customer wants some hot water at any time.

Can someone enlighten me???

its been a long day.
 
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DurhamSparky

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..................^^^^^ beat me to it..!
 
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BMelectrics

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thanks lenny,

i take it that the controller can be used in a system that is not part of a radio teleswitch setup??

it can be used as a timer, with a boost as as option?
 

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