Question about Carrier Heating & Cooling
Carrier time delay relay can be replaced by generic icm time delay 5 minute delay on break or a new digital stat that has a 5 min time delay built in. simply break the yellow wire through the low voltage at the condensor. usually a common and a yellow in and a yellow out are connected to the old relay. sometimes a red as well. the old relays needed power and a common all the time and a yellow in when contactor call is sent and a yellow out to the contactor after delay times out. new two wire delays only need power in and power out. they have a dial to adjust desired delay 0 to 5 minutes. good luck good luck
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
I looked up information and the unit is obsolete. I also did not see a time delay in the diagram with the original unit. It must have been added later. Post me back and let me know where it goes and what numbers it has on it.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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