All winter long, Robert basks in tropical temperatures right at home in upstate New York-thanks to an ignition timer system he designed for his ancient (1928) but efficient hot water boiler. At startup, the timer keeps the ignition on for 90 seconds while the burner comes to temperature. Tolerant of line noise and sags, it's designed to restart in the event of a line interruption longer than one second. Click here for details.
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|Boiler Ignition Timer System|
|Amt||Part Description||Allied Part #|
|2||Resistor, Carbon film||296-6340|
|2||Resistor Carbon film||296-6346|
|1||Resistor, Carbon film||296-6348|
|1||Resistor, Carbon comp||296-5644|
|1||IC, Programmable timer||735-1353|
|10||Neon Pilot Lamp||749-2100|
|1||Relay, 120VAC, SPDT||821-5101|
|Other supplies: Perforated vectorboard|