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How can I connect a 120VAC timer to a powered 24VDC switch.

I have a 120VAC power supply operating a timer. That timer needs to provide an interupt signal to a switch operating on 24VDC. What would I need to do to accomplish this? I need a very cheap, temporary solution as this equipment is going to be replaced in the next couple weeks.  I do need a solution quickly though, because the components I am operating are critical to the compliance side of the equipment function. Any help is GREATLY appreciated!! Thanks!

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Use the timer to pull in a mains coil relay. Use the contacts to switch your load.
carver919 (author)  steveastrouk5 years ago
Yep, first question didn't take long to come up with. I am assuming that I need a relay with 120VAC input and a 24vdc coil?
NO you need a relay with 120V MAINS coil !!!!
carver919 (author)  steveastrouk5 years ago
120V coil, then I'm just using the relay to open/close my 24VDC + right?Then the relay I'm looking for is two channel, 120VAC coil. But as long as the coil voltage matches my line voltage all I have to do is run the DC POS though the open/closed connection and I'm good.BTW, nice answer mill. You guys should teach a class or something.........cause I kinda feel like I'm getting schooled right now....
Yes, that's what you need to do. Use the contacts to close your 24V circuit.

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iceng5 years ago
Here is what you need
just as steve described :-)

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carver919 (author)  iceng5 years ago
Gentlemen, thank you! Thats a whole lot simpler than what I was going to do. Stick around though, i may ask 15 more questions before I'm through!
iceng carver9195 years ago
Just an answer mill for you ;-)
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