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Postby Akinocage В» 19.02.2020

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Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today! If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact contact us. Sponsored Links Register now to hide all advertisements. I bought this from ruralking thinking I could wire it up to a contactor with a thermostat and 24v transformer.

This must be a newer model though as it has a digital control panel on the front. You can set the temperature but only as low as 68, which I would like to have it set to around With a double pole contractor in place it will power the unit on, but unfortunately you actually have to turn it "on" at the digital panel to get heat, it does not do this on its own.

Anyone ever ran into this or have any ideas? Thank you! Here is a picture of the panel and the wiring diagram from the unit:. If you don't mind voiding the warranty you could add a double pole contactor. Use one pole to cut power to one of the motor leads.

Use the other pole to cut the "relay control coil" wire going to J. Remote chance it has a safety that shuts down if it doesn't see heat. I just ordered that heater. I guess I should have checked to see how low it would go. Please keep us updated. Helps for people researching prices on stuff.

Judging from the diagram you could just junk the electronic controls and wire a thermostat to the existing contactor or replace the contactor if the current one doesn't have a v coil. The problem with that is that any high limit is probably wired into the electronic controls. So you should try to incorporate some sort of high limit to the new control. If you put another normally open contact at lower right , in series with the "coil of J", that would be a better idea in order to control the heat lower.

For example leave the unit on, set at 68F. By controlling the "coil of J" then you can artificially meter the temp lower. Its possible the thermostat contacts themselves could handle this, or you could get a standard HVAC 24vac transformer and a 24vac ice cube relay to assist the thermostat itself. Originally Posted by Stuff. Got mine in today and hooked up. I like the way it works but I sure wish I could set it lower than Thank you for all the replies! I got a double pole contactor and a 24v thermostat and transformer.

Im going with Stuffs suggestion of using it to control the fan motor and relay control wire. There is plenty of room in the bottom of the unit to fit these and im not too concerned about the warranty. Should be able to get this completed over the long upcoming weekend. I will post pictures when complete. Got it all set up and working. Still need to organize the wires a little better. Not that im complaining Glad to hear that you got it working. It should have its own connector leaving the chassis.

Your post is excellent, and exactly what I was looking for. Do you think you could post more specific details regarding what you purchased and how you wired them into your heater? Thank you much! I like this info. I purchased two of these 10k heaters. I would like to get info on parts and write up how you did this also.

I was successful in doing so, but there seems to be a snag that FancyKetchup never got into. The unit runs the fan for 90 seconds after the heating elements are shut off.

The fan as it comes from the factory does this automatically and it works beautifully. But after you insert the contactor and transformer to use the external thermostat, when the external thermostat ends the heating call, it automatically cuts the contactor connection, thus killing the J relay and the fan circuit.

That's exactly what we just wired it to do So after that 90 seconds expires, it appears that the unit sees the temperature of the heating element sensor which hasn't been fan cooled and then immediately throws error E1, requiring the unit to be forcibly powered off.

Last edited by Labradar; at AM. Here is one that can drive a vac fan directly. I'll dig in and take a look. The fan runs via v from two wires on the board, accessory 2, and Fan. The "fan" leg gets cut when the system tells it to turn off, so the board's default contactor is indeed closing on it. Sounds like I have to find an alternate way to trigger it to run longer.

If you now have an external thermostat that has the temperature sensor and is calling for heat when needed you can probably ditch the whole control board which is trying to do the same thing and just delete the front control panel. You would use the thermostat controls instead. Sent from my iPhone using The Garage Journal mobile app. Well, the ICM unit as recommended by Caligula did the trick.

The fan wire is no longer run through the contactor and is instead run through this unit. Works like a charm once you get the wires hooked up there was a small detail I missed originally, but the light bulb eventually went off after talking with a buddy You have to jump L to R so that it isn't left "always open".

My wiring inside the heater base looks atrocious right now since I set this up in a way I could do voltage testing as I hooked up wires and such, so I'm not posting a final product photo yet. It looks more like a rats nest disaster area than a properly done project. Given that this thread was the inspiration for me doing this project, I'll do a proper writeup on what "extra" parts you need and how to wire them if you want to use an external thermostat with this heater unit.

Seems like there have been multiple folks who have wanted to and not all of them walked away with the info they need, including FancyKetchup who came close. I hope I can fill that gap for anyone else who may run across this. I probably won't have time to pull the fan down and properly re-wire it until this weekend and take some good photos as well , but I'll get it done.

It's funny But at least doing it this way you can still keep the important built-in features such as the over-heat sensor, the timer functionality, and the fuse on the board stays relevant. This has been a fascinating project. I'm no electrical guru. Yes, I can run wire, but this project has taught me a lot and I'm thankful for that. My sincere thanks to those who have helped, it's greatly appreciated. Last edited by Labradar; at PM. Originally Posted by Labradar.

My wiring looks atrocious right now since I set this up in a way I could do voltage testing as I hooked up wires and such, so I'm not posting a final product photo yet. Originally Posted by tools.

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My sincere thanks to those who have helped, it's greatly appreciated. Still need to organize the wires a little better. With a double pole contractor in place it will power the unit on, see more unfortunately you actually have to turn manuao "on" at the digital panel to get heat, it does not do this on its own. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today!

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Do you think cz230eer could post more specific details regarding what you purchased and how you wired them into your heater? Find More Posts by Hoerth Glad to hear that you got it working. But after you insert the contactor and transformer to use the external thermostat, when the external thermostat ends the heating call, it automatically cuts the contactor connection, thus killing the J relay and the fan circuit. All times are GMT

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Postby Akikree В» 19.02.2020

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Got mine in today and hooked up. Download the ford owner's manual pursuant to Manualslib. I'm no electrical guru.

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