Relay switch box
William Weisinger Engineering Service Remote AC Relay Box: This relay box switches two (parallel) AC receptacles (about 5-10 amps) with a dry closure (using about 12vdc/26mA built-in) and may offer an optional wet (5VDC/5mA) closure for TTL users. It uses a two-conductor barrier strip for the remote start and a standard three-conductor AC cord that plugs in anywhere. The device was originally designed as a companion for the FM Alert Receiver but can be used to remote-start anything that operates on 115VAC with wires and a switch, other 115VAC transformers, tally lights and boom-box skimmers.
330-626-2469; fax 330-626-2469; www.wwes.org
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