Originally Posted by P-J
I have had several requests for the first diagram (page 1 on this thread) to have an added 2nd element for a 120V system.
So I spent some time making a drawing for that setup. Power is being fed from 2 seperate 20A 120V GFCI outlets. It includes E-Stop that will trip both GFCI outlets at once.
I hope this is of help to thedude00
and others that have requested it.
As always - Click on the image to see a full scale diagram printable on Tabloid paper (11" x 17")
Wishing all the best.
I apologize if I am off topic for this thread but I have a few questions about the switches in the wiring diagram from the previous post. I am also sorry if these questions are a little remedial.
1. I assume that switches 1 and 2 are designed to manually turn on the elements that are wired to each switch. If this is true will switches 1 and 2 turn on the elements even if switch 4, the PID switch, is off?
2. From what I understand about PID control each of them generally has a manual mode. If the PID switch is on but the PID is not in manual mode would switches 1 and 2 control the elements?
3. If the PID switch is off will both of the elements be off regardless of the position of switches 1 and 2?
Thanks in advance for your advice. I am learning so much from these threads and I am getting really close to pinning down exactly what I will want in my upcoming control panel.