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  1. Lukethoma1985
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    Hi all. Hope your all having a good day. Does anyone know a timer that will operate to work a bell or siren with a stereo. To turn off the stereo and sound a bell for breaktime. Im having trouble. I cant find one that will work both. Thankyou. Luke
     
  2. HandySparks
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    Going to post this a fourth time?
     
  3. Archy Styrigg
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    Archy Styrigg Electrician's Arms

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    Think C, NO & NC.
     
  4. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Respected Member

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    every good contactor should have them.
     
  5. Lukethoma1985
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    Sorry about posting it a few times, ive just downloaded the app on my phone and couldnt see the post. Think C, NO & NC ???
     
  6. telectrix
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    common, normally open, normally closed. magical thingies that switch things on and off when you apply or remove voltages from the coil/s. are you a spark?
     
  7. Lukethoma1985
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    Yh ive not been on here for a while, i dont think ive explained very clear. I knew what the NO and NC are because i do a few bugular alarms i.e. tamper usually NC but not sure how that would work. Bell needs to sound for a couple of seconds then music starts at start of shift throughtout the day then bell sounds and music stops at break time. Danfoss do a timer (pulse) but only works 1-15 seconds so good for bell but not stereo. They do another one which minimum time is 15 seconds so no good for the bell.
     
  8. plugsandsparks
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    Have replied to your post no3 i think, in general stuff. The grasslin will sound the bell for a minute so i guess thats no good. Looks like being a timeclock then :-
     
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