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Hi, I'm trying to get a timer that runs off mains, but where the clock trips a separate independent circuit. Everything online seems to be based on the timer letting the mains through rather than tripping an independent circuit. I've tried googling it, but can't come up with the right phrase to describe what I want. Pic attached. Does that make sense? Thanks if anyone can decipher this and point me in the right direction. Tonytimer.png
 
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