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Use double switch for controlling a water pump


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Hello everyone,

 

i would like to use the Fibaro dual relay fgs-222 to control my swimming pool water pump. Is it possible? Is the good fibaro device? In attachment you can find the pump I have. It is this model: 

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karel

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  • Thanks Sean for the super quick reply. How should I wire the fgs222 ? Today the water pump is directly connected to the timer with no switch in the middle. I would like to add the fgs222 in a way that I can keep the current timer and be able to start the pump via fibaro when I want.

     

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    Karel

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    Hi Karel,

    The FGS-222 can handle 1.5kW per relay and you pump draws 0.65kW so that shouldn't be a problem.

    i use one to control my Central Heating and Hot Water and have found it to be 100% reliable so far.

    Sean

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    11 godzin temu, Karel79 napisał:

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    HI @Karel79

    I think that in the instruction is an example with light, going further, change the light as your pump, and the switch as your timer, and you will have a schema

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    How about this?

     

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    Working at 230V, 6.5Amps, 3/4hp motor. Would that work?

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