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Joystick

Wire up FGS-221 to switch 12V Door opener

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Hi all,

 

I had an old FGS-221 in my basement, an I just wired it up to trigger a door opener (12v with 12VAC Power supply).

 

In general it is working, I just have a strange issue, that my door opener is only working when the Relay is switched OFF. When switched ON the Relay is humming (like switched on) but the door opener is turned OFF.

 

Hints anyone?

 

cheers

joystick

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3 hours ago, Joystick said:

Hi all,

 

I had an old FGS-221 in my basement, an I just wired it up to trigger a door opener (12v with 12VAC Power supply).

 

In general it is working, I just have a strange issue, that my door opener is only working when the Relay is switched OFF. When switched ON the Relay is humming (like switched on) but the door opener is turned OFF.

 

Hints anyone?

 

cheers

joystick

 

the manual says 110 - 230 V AC ±10% 50/60Hz 24-60V DC ±10% 

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@Joystick

you can use a relais to change that around.

than on is opener on and off is opener off

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  • 39 minutes ago, Sjekke said:

     

    the manual says 110 - 230 V AC ±10% 50/60Hz 24-60V DC ±10% 

     

    I have 230V as main voltage and 12V as secondary.

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