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    Current Sensing Switch

    Currently we have flow switches with a single pole double throw (Common, Normally Open, and Normally Closed). The ddc panel is wired to common and n/c. The fan on light is wired between common and n/o. I would like to replace these flow switches with a current switch that has a sigle pole double throw. I know I can use a relay with a single pole single throw current switch to accomplish the same goal. Just wondering if any company makes a sigle pole double throw current switch?

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    Functional Devices has them
    Quote Originally Posted by MatrixTransform View Post
    very soon it is you that will be pwned

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    What are you using the N/C contact for?

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    Normally closed contacts go to the DDC panel

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    Looked

    Quote Originally Posted by joey791 View Post
    Functional Devices has them
    Hey Joey791 I looked on their web page and could only find current sensors not switches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simux View Post
    Hey Joey791 I looked on their web page and could only find current sensors not switches.
    Simux, I'm sorry I misread the datasheets
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    very soon it is you that will be pwned

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