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2 Zone Expandable Switching Relay

SKU:ARM2P

Brand: Argo

Argo
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$129.95
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Specs

Application: Zoning
Zones:
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2
Voltage:
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120v
Hertz: 60
Time Delay: 5 Seconds
Amperage:
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7.2
VA Rating: 20

Description for Argo ARM2P

  • Electronic Fuse - Auto reset
  • Robust Transformer - Enough to handle up to 15 zones
  • Double-sided printed circuit board construction - 100% factory tested for reliability
  • Clearly marked terminals with clamping plates
  • Separate xx (isolated switch) & ZC/ZR Relays protect boiler aquastat
  • Priority Safety Timer - Ensures other zones get heat every 30 minutes & prevents freeze-ups
  • 5-second Time Delay for boiler shut-off
  • Relay Diagnostic Light - Easily seen through window on cover
  • Premium plug-in replaceable relays
  • 24 VAC Transformer Terminals
  • Plug-in, Add-on Zone Modules (AD-1 or AD-4)
  • Switchable Priority
  • High relay load rating - 1/3HP

2 Zone Expandable Switching Relay

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Argo6 Zone Expandable Switching Relay
 
4.6

(based on 14 reviews)

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    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (1)

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92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

A GREAT PRODUCT AT A GOOD BUY

FIRST OF ALL I COULD NOULD NOT FIND ANYTHING WRONG WITH THIS PRODUCT.I NEEDED TO GO FROM A 4SECTION RELAY BOX TO A SIX AND THIS WAS WHAT I PURCHASED .THE FOUR POSITION I...Read complete review

FIRST OF ALL I COULD NOULD NOT FIND ANYTHING WRONG WITH THIS PRODUCT.I NEEDED TO GO FROM A 4SECTION RELAY BOX TO A SIX AND THIS WAS WHAT I PURCHASED .THE FOUR POSITION I HAD HAS WORKED GOOD FOR 15 YEARS SO I STARTED LOOKING FOR A LARGER ONE FROM THE SAME COMPANY.INSTALLED IT AND IT WORKS PERFECT.THE SUPPLY HOUSE.COM WAS THE BEST PRICE ON THE INTERNET ,BUT THAT IS NOT WHY I PURCHASED FROM THEM.I STARTED READING REVIEWS ABOUT THERE COMPANY AND DECIDED TO PURCHASE WITH THEM AND WAS VERY GLAD THEY WERE TERE FOR ME.I ORDERED ON A SUNDAY NITE ABOUT 11.P.M.,AND RECEIVED THE RELAY PANEL ON TUESDAY MORNING AT 10,AM,AND DID NOT PAY ANY EXTRA FOR THIS QUICK SERVICE.THIS COMPANY IS A KEEPER.YOU WILL ALWAYS BE HAPPY WITH THERE PRICES AND SERVICE.

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ARGO P3 control

I have used ARGO controls for many years but never had a problem except with this unit. I have had to replace it twice with blown components. The present part seems to be...Read complete review

I have used ARGO controls for many years but never had a problem except with this unit. I have had to replace it twice with blown components. The present part seems to be operational. Contacting the manufacturer is a waste of time because they refer back to the supplier.

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5.0

Just as advertised

By OT

from East Palestine, Oh

Verified Buyer

Comments about 6 Zone Expandable Switching Relay:

I looked every where for this product. Found it on supply house and they shipped it right out. Works great!!!

 
5.0

No more clicking relay

By Tibb

from Kenduskeag , Maine

Verified Buyer

Comments about 6 Zone Expandable Switching Relay:

replaced my old switching relay(the same model). The part that went bad on old relay seems to be updated on the new one, so far so good. It was installed and running without a hitch.

 
3.0

ARGO P3 control

By Hickory

from Stroudsburg, PA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3 Zone Expandable Switching Relay:

I have used ARGO controls for many years but never had a problem except with this unit. I have had to replace it twice with blown components. The present part seems to be operational. Contacting the manufacturer is a waste of time because they refer back to the supplier.

 
5.0

11 years and counting

By Zip

from Huntington, NY

Verified Reviewer

Comments about 2 Zone Expandable Switching Relay:

11 years, a little buzzing is coming from it, and before old man winter hits, I am going to replace it. It has worked like a charm with my Buderus. I am not that ambitious to put it in myself, so I will buy it and have my heating guys put it in.

 
5.0

Swift receipt at a fair price. Will come again when needed.

By Dale

from Stroudsburg, PA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3 Zone Expandable Switching Relay:

We installed the ARGO 3P on the hydro zones of a water to water GeoThermal system. It replaced an identical (3P) control that was installed in 2002 (not from your company). A 50 cent electrolytic capacitor blew out and the part is not readily procurable so I had to buy the whole board. I'm not happy with ARGO but your service was great.

 
4.0

very good product. easy to replace, durable unit.

By Riverrat does it.

from long island n.y.

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3 Zone Expandable Switching Relay:

It was an exact replacement with upgrades and simple to replace.

 
5.0

I would buy this product again

By nothing

from long island,new york

Verified Buyer

Comments about 4 Zone Expandable Switching Relay:

Product worked as advertised

 
5.0

bought to replace older Argo relay.

By Dave

from Acton, MA.

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3 Zone Expandable Switching Relay:

Easy to wire in. Much improved over older unit.

 
5.0

Finally Heat

By Oto

from CT

Verified Buyer

Comments about 4 Zone Expandable Switching Relay:

Old unit gave out, this was very easy to replace.
Supplyhouse delievered as promised. Would do business with them again.

 
5.0

A GREAT PRODUCT AT A GOOD BUY

By WINGMAN7707

from CHAZY,NEW YORK

Verified Buyer

Comments about 6 Zone Expandable Switching Relay:

FIRST OF ALL I COULD NOULD NOT FIND ANYTHING WRONG WITH THIS PRODUCT.I NEEDED TO GO FROM A 4SECTION RELAY BOX TO A SIX AND THIS WAS WHAT I PURCHASED .THE FOUR POSITION I HAD HAS WORKED GOOD FOR 15 YEARS SO I STARTED LOOKING FOR A LARGER ONE FROM THE SAME COMPANY.INSTALLED IT AND IT WORKS PERFECT.THE SUPPLY HOUSE.COM WAS THE BEST PRICE ON THE INTERNET ,BUT THAT IS NOT WHY I PURCHASED FROM THEM.I STARTED READING REVIEWS ABOUT THERE COMPANY AND DECIDED TO PURCHASE WITH THEM AND WAS VERY GLAD THEY WERE TERE FOR ME.I ORDERED ON A SUNDAY NITE ABOUT 11.P.M.,AND RECEIVED THE RELAY PANEL ON TUESDAY MORNING AT 10,AM,AND DID NOT PAY ANY EXTRA FOR THIS QUICK SERVICE.THIS COMPANY IS A KEEPER.YOU WILL ALWAYS BE HAPPY WITH THERE PRICES AND SERVICE.

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  • 6 Zone Expandable Switching Relay

    Q:

    I installed a Burnham MPO-IQ boiler and need to add additional zones. My question is should I use the priority zone on this relay for the IWH or use the zone provided for the IWH from the boiler?
    Thank you
    Asked on 12/8/2015 by Question Mark from New Jersey

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      yes, the priority is used for DHW.

      Answered on 12/9/2015 by Supplyhouse Staff from New York
  • 4 Zone Expandable Switching Relay

    Q:

    Is it a valid config to use the zone expansion connection to go to another similar switching relay, such a ARM-4p connected to a ARM-6p? I realize that a zone expander is made for this, but this happens to be the config I have found installed. I am concerned that the 24 volt transformers on each control will be paralleled.
    Asked on 3/5/2011 by Captain from central ma

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      A:

      It is not a good match. You have two master controls with no “slave” connected. This can damage the transformer if paralleled.

      Answered on 3/8/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 2 Zone Expandable Switching Relay

    Q:

    i have a 4 zone system all on separate circulators and want to add two more zones using two zone valves(splitting an existing zone)my switch relay is a four zone, can i just add a two zone relay switch to that,what else do i need other than the zone valves?
    Asked on 11/9/2010 by Anonymous from merrick

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      A:

      No, the unit for zone valves is different than the unit for circulators. You will need to rework the control strategy.

      Answered on 11/12/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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