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Humidity control MH13001 help and advice
« on: June 20, 2017, 06:42:48 PM »
Hello, I need your advice for the mounting of the regulator 220V, is the assembly correct? Thank you for your help. I use a translator so desolate for errors.The 2 pictures are examples of mounting for MH1210A and MH1210W. thanks for your support.
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Re: Humidity control MH13001 help and advice
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2017, 10:38:37 PM »
Hi
I have had two controllers similar to this. Mine were both 12V models.
   - The MH13001 is a humidity controller. The MH1210A and MH1210W are temperature controllers. They are different and I think they have different connections.
   - If you are not sure about the connections, perhaps you should not be using it. In Australia you must be a qualified electrician to connect 220V devices. It may be the same in France. Please be very careful.
   - The two humidity controllers which I had did not last long. One died when the power was cut and the other died when I pulled the plug out of the socket. I hope yours does better. You may find this interesting: http://usefulldata.com/humidity-controller-mh-13001-has-a-serious-bug/

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Re: Humidity control MH13001 help and advice
« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2017, 01:58:18 PM »
Thank you Raw for the precise information and the link very interesting, I do not understand much english desolate for errors, I think to plug the regulator v to be difficult, thank you for everything.
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Re: Humidity control MH13001 help and advice
« Reply #3 on: June 22, 2017, 03:21:54 PM »
Hello, I wanted to share the photos of the connections of the MH series ... the mains plug and socket remains the same for all models, I need to plug a male plug for power supply to the regulator and a socket for a humidifier Or broumisateur, thank you for your help. I send a photos with the elements to connect number to facilitate my comprehention, desoler to disturb you with my adventure, thank you again.
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Re: Humidity control MH13001 help and advice
« Reply #4 on: June 22, 2017, 06:17:05 PM »
Je pense que le MH13001 est le meme de les miens.
Vous avez besoin de quelle autre information?
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Re: Humidity control MH13001 help and advice
« Reply #5 on: June 22, 2017, 07:05:32 PM »
Je pense que le MH13001 est le meme de les miens.
Vous avez besoin de quelle autre information?

Raw Prawn, j'ai vu votre post au sujet de votre MH13001 merci pour votre partage, je voulais faire comme vous,  reussire à brancher une prise secteur, une prise femelle et utilisé un humidificateur, mais je ne comprend pas bien le branchement à effectué, vraiment pas facile pour moi, j'ai écrit dans un site électricité en France j'attend des reponses, je pense que le MH13001 n'est pas trop fiable je prend un risque, merci pour vos informations, cordialement.
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Re: Humidity control MH13001 help and advice
« Reply #6 on: June 30, 2017, 12:57:23 PM »
Hello everyone, I finally succeeded in mounting the MH13001 and tested, everything is ok, thanks for your information, finally all the MH series connects the same way, it cost me 15 € the controller, 3 € the cord Food and 2 € the box, voila satisfied the final I wish you the best for you, thank you.

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