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Old 02-11-2011, 09:40 PM   #1
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does anyone have a simple , easy to understand wiring diagram. There instructions look a little confusing. 2362 a2 pid, 5500 w element,
40 amp ssr, 3 wire 240 volt, 30 amp gfi. Thanks.


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Old 02-11-2011, 10:20 PM   #2
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It might help if you tell us what you are planning to do with it.


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It might help if you tell us what you are planning to do with it.
Its just a boil kettle. Got that pid for the manual control. The kettle is going to have its own pid and power source , breaker that is.
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Maybe this will help:
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Edit: I misread the request. I'm in do over mode.
Ok: Redrawn now for 240V only. I did not take the breakers out of the plan.
shutupjojo mentioned he is using a 30A GFCI breaker so the breakers in the wiring diagram are not needed.

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My only suggestion is to use smaller sized fuses to protect the PID. They don't use anywhere near 1 amp. I have my PID, plus a stand-alone pulse width modulator, protected by the same 0.3A fuse.
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Maybe this will help:
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Edit: I misread the request. I'm in do over mode.
Ok: Redrawn now for 240V only. I did not take the breakers out of the plan.
shutupjojo mentioned he is using a 30A GFCI breaker so the breakers in the wiring diagram are not needed.

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Thanks P-J. I know there are a few more people that would like to see this. Your the man.


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