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Topic Title: Time lag in stairwell
Topic Summary: Help
Created On: 28 September 2013 09:02 AM
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 28 September 2013 09:02 AM
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unshockable

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Hello all

http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Pr...Mj767kCFdQZtAodiiEAGw

Have a job where the above was used successfully for many years; this as a master and 7 x slave "push to make" switches. With the use of cfls I want to avoid Solid state switches in the future.

http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/...delay-relays/3006174/

Can you guys cast an eye over the above to see if I've missed anything? Load is >10 X 20W, I am having trouble picking from the myriad options on RS. Shouldn't max volts, for example, be rms?

Thanks
Simon
 28 September 2013 11:45 AM
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hertzal123

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Have used this type of switch to control fluorescents and fan motors in the past,so can,t see any problems,as long as you can run L,N and switch wires to a din rail box somewhere,
Regards, Hz.
 28 September 2013 09:50 PM
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leckie

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Sorry I'm not really sure what your asking. The first type says they are not suitable for cfls, the second gives a time range of 0.5-10 mins. That's way too short for cfls. 2D's will not last for 1/10 of the claimed average life if they a frequently switched for short durations. So I would say neither are suitable for controlling cfl's.
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