2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching Zoom

2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching

SKU:RA832A1066

Brand: Honeywell

Honeywell
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$67.95
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Specs

Application: Zoning
Zones:
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2
Width: 4-1/4"
Height: 5-1/4"
Amperage:
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7.4
Power Method: 120V
Voltage:
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120v
Depth (Inches): 2-5/16"
Ambient Conditions: 105 F Max for 50 Hz
115 F max for 60 Hz
105°-115°F Max
Relays: DPST
Switch Action: DPST; one pole line voltage
the other low voltage or millivolt
Connection Type: 2-Wire

Description for Honeywell RA832A1066

Provide intermediate switching of a line voltage device from a low voltage controller.

Features

  • Integral transformer provides low voltage power for control circuit
  • The RA832A is a tpst relay. One relay pole is designed for low voltage or millivoltage (Powerpile) auxiliary load. Two other relay poles are for line voltage loads


Product Specifications
  • Description: Switching Relay with internal transformer, for switching two line voltage loads having a common power source
  • Application Provide intermediate switching of a line voltage device form a low voltage controller
  • Electrical Connections (main) 2-Wire Switching Action DPST. one pole line voltage, the other low voltage or millivoltage
  • Coil Ratings Current 0.4A
  • Coil Ratings Voltage 24 Vac
  • Temperature Range (F) 115 F maximum ambient for 60 Hz. 105 F Max. Ambient for 50 Hz. Temperature Range (C) 46 C maximum ambient for 60 Hz., 41 C maximum ambient for 50 Hz.
  • Dimensions (in.) 5 1/4 in. high x 4 1/4 in. wide x 2 5/16 in. deep
  • Dimensions (mm) 133 mm high x 108 mm wide x 59 mm deep
  • Electrical Ratings - Primary Voltage 120V. 50/60 Hz
  • Approvals, Underwriters Laboratories Inc Listed: File No. E4436, Guide No. XAPX
  • Approvals, Canadian Standards Association Certified: File No. LR1620
  • Includes Integral transformer, enclosure
  • Tradeline Value: Tradeline
  • Electrical Ratings (Maximum Input) 5.0 W
  • Electrical Ratings (Primary Voltage) 120V, 50/60 Hz
  • Contacts Electrical Rating Main Contacts 120 Vac 7.4A AFL. 44.4A ALR. 10A Resistive
  • Contacts Electrical Rating Main Contacts 240 Vac 3.7A ALF. 22.2A ALR. 6.0A Resistive
  • Contacts Electrical Rating Secondary Contacts Pilot Duty Rat 50 VA @ 24V
  • Contacts Electrical Rating Secondary Contacts Dc Rating 1A @ 12 Vdc
  • Contacts Electrical Rating Secondary Contacts Millvolt Ratin 300 mA min. @ 750 mV
  • Contacts Electrical Rating Contacts Max. Connected Load 2000 VA (120 Vac to 240 Vac) Electrical Rating: Maximum Input 5.0W

2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching

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        I would buy this again

        I use this control to turn my circulating pump on and off,for my radiant heat system in my woodshop. It works great. To buy the unit the radiant heat guys want you to...Read complete review

        I use this control to turn my circulating pump on and off,for my radiant heat system in my woodshop. It works great. To buy the unit the radiant heat guys want you to buy cost between $1500 - $2000.00. I am doing the same thing with this control for less that $75.00.

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        Not a two zone controller

        This device is advertised incorrectly. It cannot be used to control two zones independently. It can only be connected to one thermostat. It can switch two loads, but not independently.

        This device is advertised incorrectly. It cannot be used to control two zones independently. It can only be connected to one thermostat. It can switch two loads, but not independently.

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        5.0

        Saved me money

        By 1krab

        from Silverthorne CO

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              Comments about 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching:

              My Teledyme Lars boiler was failing to fire but the problem was intermittent. After eliminating other likely causes, I purchased this replacement relay. Cost was one third retail, and I installed myself in about 10 minutes, so I'm sure my savings was $200-300 plus. And product arrived on time and included good installation instructions.

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              5.0

              GREAT SERVICE @ GREAT PRICE BY PEX

              By PJ

              from OZONE PARK, NY

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                    Comments about 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching:

                    HEATING SYSTEM BACK IN FULL OPERATION.

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                    5.0

                    Will be doing repeat business!

                    By AmericasUnhandyMan

                    from Appleton Wis

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                          Comments about 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching:

                          It was exactly what I needed and the price was the best I could find!!!

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                          5.0

                          " Made my wife a happy person"

                          By JimmyG

                          from Dolton, IL

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                                Comments about 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching:

                                When I placed my order I expected a delay of some sort. The order was shipped as promised, I received it installed it, and made my wife a warm and happy woman. Sure, I shall reap the benefits thanks to PexSupply being on point.

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                                5.0

                                Honeywell RA832A relay

                                By pjm

                                from Chicago, Illinois

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                                      Comments about 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching:

                                      What I ordered is exactly what was delivered. I cannot say that for every internet purchase I have made. The item was shipped quickly so wait time was minimal.

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                                      5.0

                                      Would buy again.

                                      By Cookie

                                      from Bellwood Il.

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                                            Comments about 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching:

                                            For use when using a circulator pump, to control heat to an apartment, by use of a thermostat.

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                                            5.0

                                            When you can't find it anywhere else

                                            By Dama

                                            from Warren, MI

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                                                  Comments about 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching:

                                                  I live in Michigan and was calling everywhere for this part so I could have heat in my home, I kept getting told this product was not made any longer. I punched the part # in my yahoo toolbar and found PEX I am very pleased that they not only had the part but in leui of Hurricante Sandy, they actually had wonderful customer servic and hipped the part to me within 48 hours..We now have heat and the part works beautifully. If I ever need another part for my furnace you better believe I will contact PEX. Thank you Pex

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                                                  5.0

                                                  VERY EASY

                                                  By HOME HANDYMAN

                                                  from GRAFTON MASS

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                                                        Comments about 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching:

                                                        HAVE A 30 YEAR OLD FIRNACE HYDROTHERM THIS WAS RECOMENDED BY HYDROTHERM ITS WORKING GREAT NO PROBLEMS IF YOU LOOK ONLINE MANY ARE HAVING PROBLEMS TRYING TO FIGURE IT OUT CALL THE MFG 1ST

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                                                        3.0

                                                        Not a two zone controller

                                                        By Dan the plumber man.

                                                        from Burlington VT

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                                                              Comments about 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching:

                                                              This device is advertised incorrectly. It cannot be used to control two zones independently. It can only be connected to one thermostat. It can switch two loads, but not independently.

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                                                              5.0

                                                              Furnace Relay

                                                              By Roger the runner

                                                              from Greenwich< CT

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                                                                    Comments about 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching:

                                                                    This was a good replacement for my 40 year old Honeywell RA832A 1041 1 furnace relay. It was shipped quickly and correctly.

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                                                                    • 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching

                                                                      Q:

                                                                      I have 2 zones heat system with two ra832a, one for each zone.
                                                                      Each ra832a receives low Voltage thermo signal and has two outputs: low Voltage signal to the furnace and 110V to the pump.

                                                                      One of the ra832a is old (no sub model)and not working and needs replacement. The pump is 110 V, 2.7 A.

                                                                      The second is newer and functioning and is using ra832a1082 switch.

                                                                      I noticed 3 available models on Honeywell website: 1066,1074,1082.

                                                                      What model do you recommend to purchase, 1066 seems the less expensive one?
                                                                      Asked on 10/26/2013 by JeanM from Montreal, Canada

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                                                                      • VERIFIED BUYER

                                                                        A:

                                                                        You don't need the 1082, that's a TPST (triple-pole single-throw) meaning
                                                                        it has 3 separate switches. One is low-current (for furnace) two are
                                                                        high-current for two separate loads. The 1066 is for 120 Volt A.C. input,
                                                                        the 1074 is for 220 Volts. Both are DPST (double-pole) so they
                                                                        handle one high-current load. Presumably the only difference is the
                                                                        transformer which steps down by a factor of 5 for the 1066 and by a factor
                                                                        of 10 for the 1074 to give you 24 Volts to send to the thermostats. Check
                                                                        what voltage is going to your old relay (probably 120V) and choose based
                                                                        on that.

                                                                        Answered on 10/26/2013 by Anonymous
                                                                      • VERIFIED BUYER

                                                                        A:

                                                                        I have stayed with the 1082 as my others are this model. I have 4 zones. The 1082 has a substantial lifespan. The connections should be the same as long as you verify the specs. Refer to the functioning unit for verification.
                                                                        Greg Diehl

                                                                        Answered on 10/26/2013 by Anonymous
                                                                    • 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching

                                                                      Q:

                                                                      I currently have a single zone radiant system with a thermostat that turns on the boiler and circulator through an old Honeywell relay. I am adding another zone with its own thermostat which should turn on the boiler and its circulator independently of the old system. Is the RA832 the appropriate relay?
                                                                      Asked on 5/22/2012 by scotty1 from York, PA

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                                                                        A:

                                                                        Yes this will work, provided the circulating pumps controls each zone
                                                                        independently.

                                                                        Answered on 5/22/2012 by Anonymous
                                                                      • VERIFIED BUYER

                                                                        A:

                                                                        This relay will work but it will not allow you to control the zones
                                                                        independently of each other. If one zone is calling for heat both zones
                                                                        will be activated. At least that is what my electrician told me when he
                                                                        installed it as I did not have time to play around with it.

                                                                        Answered on 5/22/2012 by Anonymous
                                                                      • VERIFIED BUYER

                                                                        A:

                                                                        if you get the right zone valve you shouldn't need another relay

                                                                        Answered on 5/22/2012 by Anonymous
                                                                    • 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching

                                                                      Q:

                                                                      I just finished basement and have this relay. can you tell me how to wire the second zone for my heat.
                                                                      Asked on 3/3/2011 by cary

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                                                                    • 2 Zone 120V Switching Relay with Dpst switching

                                                                      Q:

                                                                      I have a hydrolic system that is currently using an old honeywell RA832A relay switch to kick on the circulator pump when the thermo calls for heat. I recently finished my basement and added another zone. I purchased 2-zone valves and piped everything in. I'd like to know if this 2-zone 120V Switching Relay w/Dpst switching can replace my current RA832A relay so that if either thermo calls for heat, the relay can kick on the 1 circulator pump?
                                                                      Asked on 10/31/2010 by jvigilia from Westchester, New York

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                                                                      • CUSTOMER CARE

                                                                        A:

                                                                        The control you have is designed for zoning by circulators. You will need a different control for zoning by zone valves. Please call our customer service representatives for more assistance.

                                                                        Answered on 11/1/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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