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    Quote Originally Posted by guruguhan
    Hey Don,

    That does help, thanks. I know the probe (you're referring to the photocell right?) is connected to the timer/integrator - I was asking where the relay fits in. Between the integrator and light yes?

    I'll just ask at the local electrical supply house for the type of relay I'll need. Thanks again

    Gu
    That is correct. The integrator is connected to the power supply, and in turn has a outlet for power to the light source. What you do is run the power from the integrator into the relay, and then from the relay to the light source. The relay that I made for the unit that Don bought from me is a very simply electro-magnetic relay that I placed in a box of the proper size.

    Sandy

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    Rock on, thanks guys.

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