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I'm working on a project for school and I want to be able to power a pump, heating element, and a motor all at different times with different voltages and currents. I want to be able to use one plug to power the whole thing.

The heating element is 2000 W 120V
Motor is 24V up to 70 A
The pump is 12V not sure on the amps for it.

Does anyone have any suggestions how I could make this happen.
 

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It sounds like a basic controls project.

I bet you could hire an electrician for an hour and have him help you out with it.
 

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Call an electrician. BTW this is the correct spelling for 'engineer'.
 

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