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Old 09-30-2012, 08:44 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by GriFF3n
Did you get anywhere with this seatbelt? Looking to do the same thing with my eKettle and STC-1000.
I'm looking at doing this with my HLT RIMs element. I opened up my STC-1000 and the relays are labeled 120V/15A. This means I should be able to run a 1500W/120VAC element (12.5A) without using an SSR. This also means you should be able to run a 6000W/240VAC element at 120VAC for the same current draw.

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