Originally Posted by lonepalm
He** Yeah, that would
This is a company that has the blowers but does make the control box as well.https://www.rocksbarbque.com/5cfmAdapters.html
I was able to put my hands on something here at work, that has a few temp monitoring probes with it. Think it was made by Omega I'll get the detail on it when i head home after work. But i think there is an interface i can buy for it and it will act as a controller.
Best I could do at the moment is a Google Docs Drawing. Basically I would have a 220V 4 wire input to the box (Black, White (Dashed in Drawing), Red, and Green). You can make a "dongle" if you want it to also have a NEMA 5-20 or whatever you want (depending on current requirements etc). The dongle would just wire the (Black, White, and Green lines and leave the Red Disconnected). Then you SSR the black line and use the White line in the 120V output and the Red Line in the 240V output. This way if you plug the box into 240V 4 pin you can actually use either the 120V or the 220V output without needing any switching.
Does that make any sense?
If you want to know what the hell the NEMA plugs are http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...ified_pins.svg