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Old 7th December 2006, 02:26 AM   #1
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Default Relay Switch Controlled Bleeder Resistor

This is my latest basic diagram:

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I should try it with a solid state relay too!

Note: Input VAC to the relay is recommended by myself to be from the transformer output AC but it can be 120VAC if your country uses that voltage. If you're in a 220VAC zone, use a relay that takes 220VAC or use the output from the transformer.
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