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Thread: Pump start relay switch - how to install

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    Question Pump start relay switch - how to install

    Hello all,

    I'm installing an AEG LS07 10E pump relay switch. Info on the switch can be found here http://www.calcentron.com/PDF_Docume...wer_Relays.pdf

    My Rainbird controller is putting out the 24VAC as it should, but I doesn't seem to cause the switch relays to close. I have the 24VAC going across the A1 and A2 connections.

    All help would be much appreciated!

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    According to the sheet, an "E" relay needs 480 v to the coil. You need a "G" version

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    Quote Originally Posted by hj View Post
    According to the sheet, an "E" relay needs 480 v to the coil. You need a "G" version
    I've been trying to get the system using the wrong switch! I found the original and it's a model SP07. Will you please look at the attached file and let me know...

    What does it mean "to the coil". Is this the amount of voltage required to close the contacts??

    Thanks in advance,

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    IT should be an SP07-G to use a 24 volt input to the coil. I don't see the "to the coil" listing, but that should be the voltage to operate the relay.

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