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Old 12-10-2010, 08:06 PM   #11
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Sorry if I am repeating myself here but I want to be exact so I can place an order and dont have to reorder later.

120v, 10A max draw I can get the Dual Pole 10A D-curve breaker and connect both the Hot and Neutral wires to it. This is the one you recommended.

24v AC 2A max draw from the 2x gas valves, I need a 2A breaker for just the hot side. Like this one.

And for the DC 3A PSU I need a 3A B curve breaker like this one.

I know I could use a fuse, but if I am already putting in a DIN rail with 3x breakers, might as well make it 4....They have a nice 10cm DIN rail for $1 that looks like it will work nicely.

All of the valves and electronics are on 12v so I want it fast acting. Just 2 gas valves are on the 24v line.

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Old 12-10-2010, 08:42 PM   #12
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I posted the link to the 2-pole breaker because it was the equivalent (but less-expensive) product to the one you had listed. You really only need a single pole breaker for the 120v line. Aside from that, it looks pretty good to me.

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