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  • Item # 2E682
  • Mfr. Model # R8222D1014
  • UNSPSC # 39121515
  • Catalog Page # 3784
  • Shipping Weight 0.45 lbs.
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Technical Specs

  • Item Magnetic Relay
  • Type AC Switching
  • Coil Volts 24
  • Switch Type DPDT
  • HP 3/4
  • Resistive Amps @ 120V 20.8
  • Full Load Amps @ 120V 12
  • Locked Rotor Amps @ 120V 60
  • Resistive Amps @ 208VAC 20.8
  • Full Load Amps @ 208V 8
  • Locked Rotor Amps @ 208V 35
  • Resistive Amps @ 240V 20.8
  • Full Load Amps @ 240VAC 6
  • Locked Rotor Amps @ 240V 35
  • Resistive Amps @ 277V 20.8
  • Full Load Amps @ 277V 6
  • Locked Rotor Amps @ 277VAC 35
  • Resistive Amps @ 480V 10
  • Full Load Amps @ 480V 3
  • Locked Rotor Amps @ 480V 18
  • Height (In.) 1-7/8
  • Width (In.) 2-5/32
  • Depth (In.) 2-3/8
  • Mounting Universal
  • Application Air Conditioning, Heating/Ventilating Control System, Motor Starting, Heating Element Operation and Power Supply Control
  • Agency Compliance UL
  • Includes Double Quick Connect Coil Terminals
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The Honeywell R8222D-1014 is much easier to find than the 1006 model, but it has two extra terminals. It makes me wonder if the 1014 only has extra terminals at the bottom but can otherwise be used in place of the 1006. If not I'll have to keep searching.
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Hello. The R8222D-1066 is obsoleted and discontinued by Honeywell. The direct replacement is the R8222D-1014.

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Switching relay

I have a condensing boiler rated to operate at 220 Volts.
Therefore the signal supplied to the water circulating pump is 220 Volts. I already have 220 Volts connected to the boiler.
However the circulating pump i was able to purchase is rated for 110 Volts.
I do have a 110 volt circuit breaker to operate the pump.
I just need to know which switching relay to use.
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We need to know the amp draw of the pump you intend to use to choose the correct relay.
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