Question about Thermasol SteamShower Mechanical Timer - 240 - SSMT-240 - N/A
As for the Contacts wiring, there are TWO,, One contact will be wired to the Supply and Power IN to the Timers Phase + power &, Phase + IN Contacts. There will be TWO wires on that Terminal.
The Timers other Power in wire is Neutral neg, it is Common, and connected to Neutral..
The other side of the Contacts goes to the Pfase + side of the Load. There will be only ONE wire on that side going to the "Load". The LOAD goes to this "Other" side of the Timer Contacts, which are Normally Closed, the Other side of the contacts, as said, goes to the Phase + on the LOAD & of course, the other side of the LOAD goes to the Neutral.Common.
Now the Timer has power all the time, and when the timer "Times Out" the connection to the "Load" will be "Broken" when the Contacts "Open". Be safe.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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