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Did the promised circuit diagram for using the Manrose 1351 timer ever
reach the diy Wiki?

I am contemplating using something of this nature to complement the
controls of our heat recovery extract system.

Currently, we have a time clock set to operate the fans at *trickle*
from 6.30am to 10.30pm and a humidistat, mounted in the bathroom,
bringing in *boost* via a single pole change over switch.

I had in mind linking the boost operation to a timer triggered by the
light switch. This may not be feasible; borrowed neutrals etc. but I
thought sight of how the timer might be connected would help.

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Tim Lamb wrote:
Did the promised circuit diagram for using the Manrose 1351 timer ever
reach the diy Wiki?

I am contemplating using something of this nature to complement the
controls of our heat recovery extract system.

Currently, we have a time clock set to operate the fans at *trickle*
from 6.30am to 10.30pm and a humidistat, mounted in the bathroom,
bringing in *boost* via a single pole change over switch.

I had in mind linking the boost operation to a timer triggered by the
light switch. This may not be feasible; borrowed neutrals etc. but I
thought sight of how the timer might be connected would help.

regards


http://www.diyfaq.org.uk/docs/Sundia...%20Edition.pdf

PL - Permanent Live
SL - Switched Live - 240V to this terminal starts fan. Take 240V away
and the timer keeps the fan running for the timed period.
FL - Fan Live - Switched output to fan
FN - Fan Neutral
N - Permanent Neutral


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On 09/05/2010 22:59, Dave Osborne wrote:
Tim Lamb wrote:
Did the promised circuit diagram for using the Manrose 1351 timer ever
reach the diy Wiki?

I am contemplating using something of this nature to complement the
controls of our heat recovery extract system.

Currently, we have a time clock set to operate the fans at *trickle*
from 6.30am to 10.30pm and a humidistat, mounted in the bathroom,
bringing in *boost* via a single pole change over switch.

I had in mind linking the boost operation to a timer triggered by the
light switch. This may not be feasible; borrowed neutrals etc. but I
thought sight of how the timer might be connected would help.

regards


http://www.diyfaq.org.uk/docs/Sundia...%20Edition.pdf

PL - Permanent Live
SL - Switched Live - 240V to this terminal starts fan. Take 240V away
and the timer keeps the fan running for the timed period.
FL - Fan Live - Switched output to fan
FN - Fan Neutral
N - Permanent Neutral


I probably still have some of the individual diagrams in the wiki
articles to update thinking about it....


Ah!

Thanks gents.

I'll have a more careful look tonight.

regards




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