|Brand||Orbit||American Hydro Systems||Woodford|
|Name||Outdoor Timer Box||1-2 HP Pump Start Relay||PumpHaus Pump Cover||Model 30 Modular Wall Box System - Faucet not Included|
|Irrigation System Component||Accessory||Accessory||Accessory||Accessory|
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It runs up to a 2 HP pump which uses about 13.5 amps at 230 volts.
Do not operate the pump any more. An electrician should check for a short or defective relay.
No time delay
if is 110/120 V, yes. Its rated for 1 hp to 2 hp
If you have an ohmmeter, you can disconnect the pump power input and output leads from the relay box (pump power circuit breaker off!) and then activate the relay using your sprinkler controller. Measure the resistance across the relay contacts (L1 In to L1 Out and L2 In to L2 Out). If both read zero or near zero ohms, then the problem is in the power wiring, either from the breaker panel to the relay or from the relay to the pump. If either reads a high resistance value then the relay is defective.
solenoid valves to operate valves from all modern digital timers only come in 24 volts.
All relays function the same, small voltage used to switch a higher voltage, using magnetic induction and a breaker switch to connect for current flow. So answer is yes, as long as amperage is approximately the same.
That Batrow model would work up to 2 HP, so yes this pump relay would work as a replacement.