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Damir Popovic

[SOLVED]24v solenoid valves

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Of course it is. I am using old double switches which has "IN" terminal. Attach to "IN" 24V and thats all. Look for FGS-212 or FGS-222. 

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  • thanks for your response.

    To be straight I'm not techy guy so I do not understand your advice.

    I would appreciate if you could tell me which wires should be connected to what. I need to tell this to my electrician.

     

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    Godzinę temu, Damir Popovic napisał:

    aight I'm not techy guy so I do not understand your advice.

     

    I found it on internet in 10 seconds

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    Hey,

     

    Can you please tell me if I can see the status of the valve using this module? I want to know if the valves are open or not...

    Anyway, I cannot find this module on sale -> FGS-221...

     

    Thanks in advance.

     

    TMF

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    Posted (edited)

    @TMFI Don't think  the FGS221 is available now.

    Replaced by the  FGS 222 but this has a major difference. 

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    This is now a mains voltage  fed device  with clean contacts to switch your low voltage.

    It will still do the job but needs to be wired quite differently.

    It would have the mains and low voltage going into the same module so getting a electrician would be recommended. 

    Edited by Jamie mccrostie

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