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Thread: Countdown timer on 240V circuit

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    Countdown timer on 240V circuit

    We're installing a couple of outdoor ceiling heaters (heatstrip brand) that ideally could be controlled by RadioRA. But local code require that heaters like this have some sort of auto-shutoff feature via a countdown timer.

    Each heater is 240v and pulls about 14amps. The recommended relay that works with RadioRA and these units is this: https://heatstripusa.com/wp-content/...RJ1P48V50E.pdf but that doesn't deal with the countdown timer.

    Anybody have thoughts on whether it's possible to get what I want via a RadioRA solution?

    -rroonn

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    Use rollback feature. In programming tab. Set the heaters up as a separate "room". Customer will be able to find easy, and rollback won't interfere with any timeclock features for landscape lighting.
    Residential Lighting and Shading Specialist for CED Escondido

    mbalay@cedescondido.com

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    Forgot to add, use a RRD-8ANS-xx to control a 2 pole contactor that can switch the 240v circuit.
    Residential Lighting and Shading Specialist for CED Escondido

    mbalay@cedescondido.com

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