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FGS-222 Dry Contact Switching


daveygravey
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Hi,

 

From the information I have sourced I believe dry switching is possible with the older FGS-222 model.

Would someone be kind enough to post a wiring diagram please?

 

Regards,

Dave

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15 hours ago, daveygravey said:

Hi,

 

From the information I have sourced I believe dry switching is possible with the older FGS-222 model.

Would someone be kind enough to post a wiring diagram please?

 

Regards,

Dave

Is it possible

Just connect the IN line to whatever you need.

Please note both switches will connect IN signal to their output.

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  • Thanks but the manual only shows switching with the same input voltage, 240v on IN. Can you switch with no voltage or a very low voltage?

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  • Right, I've got it and tested OK.

    The contacts are between IN and Q1 and IN and Q2.

     

    Thank you for the pointers Jamie :)

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