BrewQwest wrote:SCenario: Two 30AMP 240VAC circuits with a 4500 watt heating element on each circuit.. or One 50-60AMP 240VAC circuit with both 4500 watt elements attached.
1) Can I use one SYL-2352 to fire two different SSR's that will be feeding the two different heating elements which are fed from their respective and different 240VAC 30Amp branch circuits ? Or must the SSR's be tied to the same branch circuit which would then mean I would have to use only one 50-60AMP 240VAC load to fire the two 240VAC 4500watt elements?
2)Furthermore, could I fire 4 SSR's with each SSR controlling only one HOT side each of the two HOT side 240VAC legs?
3)Are the AL1 and AL2 contacts (pins 1,13,14) dry contact closures? What I want to do is use the same power supply source across each PID's alarm contacts so as to run the alarm outputs in parallel but I would be operating each PID with a different 120volt Branch circuit.
A couple more questions if I may.....
your contactor part # CN-PBC302-120V
1) Is this a DPDT or a DPST contactor? Also, what are the dimensions (length, width, height) ? I am trying to figure how large of a control panel I will need to fit 6 of these contactors, along with other equipment.
2) your part # PT100-L50NPT ... There is an option for choosing a deluxe cable with this temp sensor, but I could find no info on what the deluxe cable consists of. Can you elaborate please?
Black Barn Brewery wrote:Hello,
I bought the SYL-4342 to connect to a control box that I will use to brew beer. Now I read that I should have bought the model SYL-4352 for the proper voltage at the output.
Can you tell me what are the differences between these two models and if I can use the one I purchased to make it work with my honeywell valve (y8610u6006)?
Thank you in advance,
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