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Old 05-27-2010, 06:34 PM   #21
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Indeed, very nice !!

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Old 05-28-2010, 03:34 PM   #22
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Where did you get your control box from?

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Old 05-31-2010, 03:22 AM   #23
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Where did you get your control box from?
A friend of mine gave it to me. Sorry, I'm not sure where you might find one like that.

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Old 05-31-2010, 05:18 AM   #24
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You can get them from Allied Electronics.
I buy the Altec Corp brand for all my projects.
They come with clear Polycarbonate front or plane like I use them.
If you use the clear front you need to do a neat wiring job



http://www.alliedelec.com/search/sea...01&Ntk=Primary

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Old 05-31-2010, 10:17 AM   #25
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You can get them from Allied Electronics.
I buy the Altec Corp brand for all my projects.
They come with clear Polycarbonate front or plane like I use them.
If you use the clear front you need to do a neat wiring job



http://www.alliedelec.com/search/sea...01&Ntk=Primary

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I cant see any of the picts from this computer. Do those enclosures come with back panels? ya knoe so you can mount things like relays and such in them?
I cant wait to get to my computor tomorrow to see this build.
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Do those enclosures come with back panels? ya knoe so you can mount things like relays and such in them?
No, optional.

I have never used the panel, the enclosure has multiple mounting standoffs I use for the DIN rail.
The Altec enclosures are used for the small projects only.
Like this one.



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Ok so looks like I can get the enclosure from Allied, what size is recommended?

I think this one is 7"x7"x3.5" (roughly):
http://www.alliedelec.com/search/pro...1820#tab=Specs

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The control panel wiring. The box I used has a clear back, so this is looking in the back of it:



From left to right:
- 2 x output power modules 110V (pumps)
- 110V Terminating block (top)
- 110V to 24V Transformer, 40VA (middle)
- 24V Terminating block (bottom)
- 2 x SYL-2362 PIDs from Auber (in on/off mode)
- Input power module 110V (fused).
- The HOA switches are on either side of the transformer.

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The setup I am ready to wire up is almost identical but I have 2 24v transformers ?

How were you able to use only one?

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The setup I am ready to wire up is almost identical but I have 2 24v transformers? How were you able to use only one?
The transformer receives 110V in and outputs 24V to a terminating block (bottom of picture). I then come off of that block into each of the PIDs (via a switch).

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Ok I have a problem. The gas valve will not open. the pilot light stays lit in the on position and i have 24v to the gas valve but it wont open?

so we are clear it is the same Honeywell 8200 thermostat

The "TR" terminal goes to terminal 14 (24v+) and terminal 13 goes to the positive side of the transformer

The "TH" terminal goes to the negative side of the transformer

I only have 2 wires to the 2 terminals on the valve right ?

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