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Minitor 2 amplified charger, relay help

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elkgrovefire215
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Minitor 2 amplified charger, relay help

Postby elkgrovefire215 » Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:12 pm

Sorry in advance for another question on this topic. But here it is.

I have a minitor 2 amp charger, a 12 volt light and I'm trying to wire it up so that when alerted the light will turn on. I've seen a lot of information on this but I am not very good with electronics.
Does anyone have a schematic or pictures of how the din pin is wired and connected to the light?
Thanks in advance. JK

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Re: Minitor 2 amplified charger, relay help

Postby kd5wfy » Fri Dec 13, 2013 9:32 pm

Maybe this will help

http://www.batlabs.com/minitor.html

You can't power a light directly off the internal relay. You will need to use a low voltage power supply to feed another relay to power any kind of light. I have a set up at my house for when my volunteer dept gets paged out it turns a lamp on in my room till I press the reset button on the amp charger.

Hope this helps some


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