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I want to install a Tekmar 260 control on my non-condensing boiler. I have one zone for heat and one for DHW. Each zone has a Taco 007 circulator.
I want to be sure the relays internal to the 260 can handle the 007's in the long haul.
The 260 specs are below:
Tekmar 260 Specifications:
Literature: D 260, A 260's, D 001, D 070
Control: Microprocessor PID control; This is not a safety (limit) control
Packaged Weight: 3.0 lb. (1340 g), Enclosure A, blue PVC plastic
Dimensions: 6-5/8" H x 7-9/16" W x 2-13/16" D (170 x 193 x 72 mm)
Approvals: CSA C US, meets ICES & FCC regulations for EMI/RFI
Ambient Conditions: Indoor use only, 32 to 113+F (0 to 45+C), < 90% RH non-condensing
Power Supply: 120 V +10% 50/60 Hz 1300 VA
Relays: 240 V (ac) 10 A 1/3 hp, pilot duty 240 VA
Demands: 20 to 260 V (ac) 2 VA
Sensors Included: NTC thermistor, 10 k? @ 77+F (25+C +0.2+C) +=3892 Outdoor Sensor 070 and Universal Sensor 071
Optional Devices: Tekmar type #: 031, 032, 076, 077
The 260 I/O seems to indicate direct connection to the circs. I just want to be sure the internal relays are sturdy enough.
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