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3 Relays

Ricopp Member Posts: 25
Is there a company that can supply a neat box with 3 or 4 relays packaged in it?
I'm simply trying to switch 3 different circs from the stat's


  • Yes Several

    TACO, Argo, Honeywell, Erie and some others all have what are called multi zone panels. Each one of them may have a little different set of featueres to offer.

    Do you have an indirect for DHW? Reason these also have priority features for domestic hot water. If you have a control company prefence I or someone here on the wall can give you exact part numbers.
  • Ricopp
    Ricopp Member Posts: 25

    Yes there is a domestic storage tank in the system (Vitodens/Vitocell).
    All of the zone control modules I've seen have end switching capability with indicator lights, but no built in relays.(Wirsbo & Rehau)
    I'll look into those other models you mentioned though.
    Thanks - R O
  • Terry
    Terry Member Posts: 186

    I've got some NIX relay boxes I could give you a real good deal on...

    send me an email if interested.

    [email protected]

  • kf_2
    kf_2 Member Posts: 118

    Are you looking for something to control zone valves or pumps.

  • repete
    repete Member Posts: 1
    relays and etc.

    if you are looking for just the relays in a enclosure, look into a company called kele. They make all kinds of controls, relays and transformers.
  • heatboy
    heatboy Member Posts: 1,468
    Any of the manufacturers.......

    offer what you are looking for, I think. Taco, Argo, Honeywell, Nix, etc. all offer multi pump relays. If you are using Viessmann equipment, you are just cycling pumps, correct? If you are using Grundfos pumps, you can add their switching relay right to each pump body. One line voltage wire and one low voltage wire is all you need. I assume you are running the indirect out of the power pump module on the Vitodens.


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  • Big Ed
    Big Ed Member Posts: 1,117
    Priority drop out

    I would recommend chosing a relay in which the priority drops out within a set time . Just incase the indirect goes kapoots you don't loose the heat in the house .
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