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Discussion in 'The Blower Bistro' started by 03sixbanger, Oct 23, 2015.

  1. 03sixbanger

    03sixbanger Derrick Established Member

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    I just purchased a bottle heater element and didnt realize that it did not come with the pressure transducer. I was wondering if I could wire the heater directly to the relay and switch and use the heater manually. Basically bypassing the transducer.
     
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  2. NitrousExpress

    NitrousExpress New Member Established Member

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    You can do that easily.


    -Chris
     
  3. 03sixbanger

    03sixbanger Derrick Established Member

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    So would this be the correct diagram if I bypassed the transducer?

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    Outonyou Member Established Member

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    Yes sir. Just don't forget that your bottle heater is on.
     
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    A lighted switch would help you there.

    Why do you even need the relay if not running the transducer?
     
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    03sixbanger Derrick Established Member

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    Maybe I don't? I'm not sure I haven't hooked it up yet
     
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    NitrousExpress New Member Established Member

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    You will still need the relay because the heater draws 14amps.


    Bottle Heating Element Specs @ Voltage: 240 Watts @ 12V, 312 Watts @ 13.8V, 425 Watts @ 16V


    -Chris
     

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