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Automatic Current Sensing Switch For Dust Collector

Automatic Current Sensing Switch For Dust Collector

I have installed an automatic dust extraction system in my shed with automatic blast gates, etc and one of the things I needed was a way to sense when things like the pedestal drill, SCMS and other plug in 240V items are running. I came across this website which goes into detail about a current sense slave switch -Current Sensing Slave Power Switch

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