Re: [Electronics_101] True Off Delay Relay
- Thank you for the link. When I googled the criteria for the relay, I noticed the Dayton. I favored the Airotronics for its dimensions, noting the most favored criteria: the true off delay, which is most energy efficient. The Airotronics would fit inside the control box that is already there; the Dayton would not. However, the octal socket for the Dayton could be installed on the box, and the Dayton could be plugged into the socket outside the box.
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> From: Howard Hansen <hrhan@...>
>Sent: Saturday, June 15, 2013 2:19 PM
>Subject: Re: [Electronics_101] True Off Delay Relay
>On 6/15/2013 3:33 AM, indago wrote:
>> Does anybody know where I can purchase the Airotronics TGMT Time Delay
>> Relay True Off Delay 24 volt AC online? I googled the criteria for
>> the true off delay relay and was directed to the Airotronics site, but
>> no transaction page. I contacted — through the site form — the sales
>> staff and received a phone call from a salesman who noted that I won't
>> find an outlet for just one relay: not very helpful.
>If you are willing to try a different brand there is Dayton. See:
>The other Howard