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FGBS-222 Smart implant for doorbell settings for momentary switch

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    #31
    If your doorbell is 12vdc the installation is simpler. You'll need a DPDT relay with a 12vdc coil. The relay you have has a 6vdc coil and is SPDT. Just insert the relay coil into the circuit in place of the bell, supply voltage to the bell through one set of Normally Open relay contacts and connect the other set of Normally Open contacts to IN1 and COM on the Implant.

    When you push the button the relay activates and one set of contacts rings the bell while the other set activates IN1 on the implant.

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      #32
      Originally posted by Alex_W View Post
      If your doorbell is 12vdc the installation is simpler. You'll need a DPDT relay with a 12vdc coil. The relay you have has a 6vdc coil and is SPDT. Just insert the relay coil into the circuit in place of the bell, supply voltage to the bell through one set of Normally Open relay contacts and connect the other set of Normally Open contacts to IN1 and COM on the Implant.

      When you push the button the relay activates and one set of contacts rings the bell while the other set activates IN1 on the implant.
      Thanks. 12v DPDT relay ordered

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