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  1. Residential Electrical Forum
    I have an outlet that has two separate sets of wires coming into it. A 3/1 with black, red, and white on the left, powered by breaker one, and a 2/1 with a black and white on the right, powered by breaker two. I believe the 3/1 is for a half-hot and the 2/1 is for a switch. When I installed...
  2. PLCs, VFDs, Motors and Controls
    Hi, I am working on a current system using a Bailey Differential Pressure Transmitter. Unfortunately the label is torn off, the only thing left is 0-150" H20 , 12-42VDC Max input, 1/2 NPT. Any chance that anybody knows the model number? It will be greatly appreciated. Kind Regards, 24V
  3. PLCs, VFDs, Motors and Controls
    Hi, I am trying to connect the ASCO REDHAT 8215G3 with the 1769-IF4X0F2 Analog PLC Module. Unfortunately, I was only able to find the technical specs and installation manual online. Can anyone please provide me with the wiring diagram? Kind regards, 24V
  4. PLCs, VFDs, Motors and Controls
    Hi, I am an electrical engineer working on a current project with an older Cutler-Hammer AC Drive (Model Number: AFM1220B Serial Number: 22164K7). However, I have been struggling to find the wiring diagram online. Any chance that anybody can provide me with the wiring diagram or PDF for this...
  5. General Electrical Discussion
    I just wired a 240 heater using 2 existing 120v circuits. One of the circuits has a GFCI outlet, the other has a normal outlet. The heater is wired downstream of both outlets using the hot wire from each. I measure 240 at the heater. When the heater comes on, it pops the GFCI. Can someone...
  6. PLCs, VFDs, Motors and Controls
    I have a Maytag 1/2 H.P. 120 Volt 60 HZ 8 Amp motor. It has 6 wires, red yellow, white, purple, orange, and black. It is model S68PXMBP-1043. I am going to use it in a project not in a washing machine. Does anybody know how to wire this or what the different wires are for?
  7. General Electrical Discussion
    Maybe a silly question: In a typical 24volt heat control system fed from only one transformer is it safe to say that R and C are consistently the two legs of the 24 volts any where in the wiring diagram ? (provided of course both are unswitched)
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