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Hyperion air handler

Discussion in 'Residential' started by Bob Hubbard, Nov 24, 2012.

  1. Bob Hubbard

    Bob Hubbard Professional Bicker er

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    relay.jpg I installed a new hyperion air handler & this relay is snapping on so loud its waking up the people at night .... Any suggestions on a good blower switch to swap it out with ?
  2. flange

    flange I can't make u do it, I can only make u wish u had

    dont know contact rating, but what about a nice rib?
  3. Iraqveteran

    Iraqveteran Moneyshot

    90-340 or 90-342...maybe...

    I can't remember the exact number. It's been many years since I had to buy one.
  4. CincyHVAC

    CincyHVAC Hoptimus Prime, Master of Beer-Fu

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    It's a 90-340. The 90-370 is what is pictured in the OP.
  5. Bob Hubbard

    Bob Hubbard Professional Bicker er

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    Same relay , its just got a delay board on it ....Thats the relay thats makin the loud snappin sound when it is energised .... I need somthing different
  6. Catpower

    Catpower The Crowd Pleaser

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    Electric heat? Just bring the fan on with the first stage of heat and parallel a Thermo Disc sequencer with it so the fan runs a few seconds after the first stage deenergizes
  7. Bob Hubbard

    Bob Hubbard Professional Bicker er

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    I got a whole box full of these gooman relays ....:shocked:

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  8. Airmechanical

    Airmechanical U n i v e r s a l - M o d e r a t o r

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    use a peanut relay, like the fan relay in a rheem

    they are very quiet

    sequencers work good to, and they scavenge a little efficiency as well
  9. Catpower

    Catpower The Crowd Pleaser

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    That's what I was talking about, that second staycon terminal on the one you pictured is to run the fan

    But as AM added the peanut relays are real quiet
  10. Bob Hubbard

    Bob Hubbard Professional Bicker er

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    This one ?

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  11. Stephy

    Stephy Dawg

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    Can't ya just use the 90-340, throw away the board and tape off red? :popcorn:


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    GO DAWGS......
  12. Bob Hubbard

    Bob Hubbard Professional Bicker er

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    Catpower The Crowd Pleaser

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    Yup
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  14. Swampfox

    Swampfox Trailer Trash

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    The Gooman relay should be silent, and also make a future service tech's head explode
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  15. Texas-Tech

    Texas-Tech stranger*

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    I thought they were made where the board could be removed and placed on another relay. Maybe you just got a noisey one.
  16. otto

    otto Bakery Chef

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    The Honeywell version of that (R8222D1014) seems to be a bit quieter.
    Maybe you can work on the mounting of the relay, some foam tape underneath?
  17. otto

    otto Bakery Chef

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    The RIB relays are nice & quiet, you would just have to work on that delay timer. Either mount it outside of the RIB relay box or use a thermostat that has a fan delay option.
  18. Catpower

    Catpower The Crowd Pleaser

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    Just let it hang from the wires it will be quieter:lachen::lachen::lachen::lachen::lachen:
  19. Texas-Tech

    Texas-Tech stranger*

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    you may have a point there :headscratch:
  20. Catpower

    Catpower The Crowd Pleaser

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    I can be a hack is I need to be

    Or even if I don't need to be depends on the time of day

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