Does anyone know of a manufacturer/part number that:
Switch on a 120v 15/20amp circuit with a motor load of about 1.5 amps. When the switch/button is pushed in the switch would remain active for only 5-10 seconds? This would be used to engage a toilet pump motor for that time period and then cycle off automatically.
A time to off TD relay controlling a motor starter. Press the button and the relay closes, activating the starter. The TD starts counting down then opens the control contact and the starter opens. All a pretty basic Time delay circuit.
Thanks Mike. Unfortunately I don't think that would look to good in a homeowners finished bathroom. I was wondering if anyone knows of a device made by a company such as leviton that might fit into an old work box.
Tesla is probably right but I thought I would see if someone had a simple fix solution. The uit is located behind the toilet and exposed. So there isn't anywhere to put any equipment. The existing float switch apparently has failed. The unit is sealed and is not intended to be accessible for repair. The cost of replacement is more than the owner can afford at this time and was hoping there might be a temporary solution in the meantime.