Relay Logic


by newbie123
Tags: logic
newbie123
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#1
Feb2-10, 05:37 AM
P: 3
Hello,

I have two 120V sources. One is inverter and one is normal AC from sticking contact. And i want only one of them as output. Output will be from inverter or 120V from sticking contact.

I want normal AC from sticking contact to be active. If it is shutdown so i want output will automatically switched over to inverter. And if 120V from sticking contact is back so i want it automatically switch to 120V sticking contact.

I have thinked to use relays, but need some help. How to design it out.

Thanks
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jeffonfire
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#2
Feb2-10, 07:41 PM
P: 9
Playing with 120V ac is pretty dangerous, you better watch out. Does it need to be controlled by a low DC current or will a switch work?
newbie123
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#3
Feb3-10, 02:42 AM
P: 3
Hi,

I have found out. I neeed a contactor to do this work. Thanks


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