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    TA4 snr

    I originally came to this forum for help with a temperature controller. Gave all the info I thought was necessary. To say the least the conversations have been confrontational and testy. I thought all the hardware was discussed and had hoped to move onto the programming of the controller...
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    TA4 snr

    model msr 100b. 2.5-30 vdc. bench test --> A SSR is an on/off switch no matter how complicated some people try to make it.
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    TA4 snr

    SSR is a Monsanto. Did a bench test and it works. I must have one of those that does not fit the 'most' category. No light. If it works, no light is necessary. Nothing more than a switch. What other info do you need? I've listed how it is wired and programmed.
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    TA4 snr

    When the unit calls for cooling, out1 is lit.
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    TA4 snr

    of course there is a load on the ssr. for testing purposes the load is a light bulb. therefore, the output reading is that the bulb is not lit.
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    TA4 snr

    Wired a TA4 for on/off. PID functions are all Off. oUd is set to cool. Therefore, if PV is higher than SV, out1 light is on. Using a SS relay input of 2.5 to 30. Output 120 vac. However, the input reading on the relay using a meter is 1. No reading on the output side of the relay. Any ideas...
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    low OG

    90 minute boil. 11½ gallons out of the boiler. 5 qts used for the next starter. Generally mash @150-151°. The number I used above had been working for many years. Suddenly, not working. Thanks for the info.
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    low OG

    Brew 10 gal batches, 13½ gallons into the boiler, using 22+ pounds of grains. Normally the OG is somewhere north of 1.050. Depending on style mash is anywhere between 144° to 151°, mash out @ 168° and sparge @ 172°. For the last couple of brews the OG is stuck on 1.030. Checked hydrometer...
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