Temperature Controlled Relay

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Fizzy150, Oct 9, 2012.

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  1. Fizzy150

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  2. bluemonkey

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    you still need hot water, unless you just want to stop the water from freezing
     
  3. spruce

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    Sorry Fizzy,

    How is this going to keep your van warm this winter?

    Sorry Blue, you got there first
     
  4. bluemonkey

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    what are you trying to achieve fizzy, hot water or stopping the water from freezing
     
  5. Fizzy150

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    i have a hot lpg boiler in the van this will turn it on when it hits 3c or what ever i want it to
     
  6. gto

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    you did notices that its 240v ac with a 12v dc relay
     
  7. Njones

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    This is one I've used before - it works perfect & is cheaper:

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/30A-Digital-NEW-PID-Temperature-control-Controller-Thermostat-12V-16M-/261036357947?pt=AU_B_I_Electrical_Test_Equipment&hash=item3cc6fab93b
     
  8. Fizzy150

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    **** ****** did not see lol just mail him so lets hope he changes it
     
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    The 230v models are normally just 12V ones with a small transformer strapped on,.. its simple enough to de-solder the transformer & solder in wires for direct connection to 12V
     
  10. Fizzy150

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    not a promble going to use it in the garage to keep me fitters warm and ordered a 12v one for the van
     
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