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Using a PicoBoo to control 220VAC Devices
The circuitry and relays inside of the PicoBoo controllers is only designed to work with voltages up to 120VAC. To use the PicoBoo with higher voltages (such as 220VAC as used in Europe) you will need to use a solid state relay as shown in the diagram.
- Video: PicoBoo
- Using AC devices with the PicoBoo
- Do you need the Transducer Amplifier for the Transducer Shaker to work? Is there any other kind of control box needed, or will the Transducer Shaker work on its own?
- Using Solid State Relays for High Amperage Loads
- What size power supply comes with the PicoBoo AC?