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Trumpy:
Funny you say that, the base of most (if not all) of this type relay has facility for DIN rail mounting.

Not that it would help this!!

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Originally Posted by HotLine1
Trumpy:
Funny you say that, the base of most (if not all) of this type relay has facility for DIN rail mounting.


Ha Ha Ha,
That is just awesome!
A bigger box and some DIN Rail would have negated rough work like this.
There should be no need to tear the front out of any box to fit what you have in it.
Maybe the guy was just too lazy to do the job properly.

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They couldn't afford a nice Nema 1 8x8 heck a 6x6 would even work ..

not to mention that custom little blue grommet will definitely help in aiding a flame within, if it were to appear ..



Anyone claiming to know everything about Electrical, is wrong.
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