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Posted in thread: Safety / Testing on 11-21-2014 at 05:00 AM
Assuming that it is a correctly wired 4-prong outlet, for 30amp, you should be fine. But, to
ensure is okay, take a volt-meter and check your outlet for correct wiring which is according
to the NEMA o...
Posted in thread: Auto-sparge via liquid level sensor on site glass - Project on 11-09-2014 at 11:35 PM
Okay, so I'm back after a hiatus (had to get the company $$ pipeline filled).Anyway, brewed
last weekend and got psyched about reviving this project since I do have all the parts. Hell,
they've been s...
Posted in thread: Auto-sparge via liquid level sensor on site glass - Project on 01-04-2013 at 09:42 PM
The relay arrived today, so time to tinker.Sheesh, no wiring diagram for the relay. Damn,
something else to figure out (cryptic drawing on side of relay is murky).
Posted in thread: Existing 220 wiring. Will it work? Pics inside. on 01-03-2013 at 09:28 PM
Those "look" like 12 gage wires, but they could be 14's. You do have a couple options, but
selection of one will limit they other. For instance, if you go the 120V option, that limits
you to 2400W, bu...
Posted in thread: Spa Panel Breaker won't Flip to "On" on 01-03-2013 at 07:57 PM
Breakers can be deceiving. A new breaker typically comes in a tripped (middle position). You
need to flip the breaker all the way in the off position, first (it will click). Then, throw it
Posted in thread: trying to get 185F water from 115v on 01-03-2013 at 07:54 PM
Okay--- I can get some 12/3 awg and re-wire the power plug no problem.JRWell, if you can rewire
from the panel to the plug-in (or hard wire) location, you have lotsa options. May as well run
10 gage w...
Posted in thread: trying to get 185F water from 115v on 01-03-2013 at 06:38 AM
I checked, it's a 20amp breaker. The power cord to the heating element is wired right now with
14/3. The 20 amp breaker is one thing, but that 14/3 is (theoretically) the weak point. That is
14 gage w...
Posted in thread: Auto-sparge via liquid level sensor on site glass - Project on 01-03-2013 at 03:34 AM
Ahhh, I was in the thought pattern of toggling back/forth the switch on DP.Based on your input
it would be: part #7266K43 which is a Spade-Terminal Relay DPDT, 12 DC Control Voltage via
Posted in thread: Auto-sparge via liquid level sensor on site glass - Project on 01-03-2013 at 01:52 AM
All input within these threads is very valuable.P-JAgree 100%, thanks tophmck & P-J for
feedback. Hell, I have a BSEE and run an electrical/photovoltaic contracting company, but
scratch my head on som...
Posted in thread: trying to get 185F water from 115v on 01-03-2013 at 01:39 AM
:confused:Is this possible?? Hi Squ1rrel,Need to know the following:- wire size (gage) and/or
circuit (amps) of the ciruit (outlet you are using).- kettle size (volume)- spec on that heater
you are us...