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gstuartw Posted - 08/17/2014 : 4:55:48 PM
I've purchased a vintage 12 volt Faraday school alarm bell as part of the decor in my 70's decorated work shop. The shop is over 100 feet from the house and I'd like a way for my wife or kids to use it as a way to call me to dinner etc from the house using Insteon. Which device(s) would be the most trouble free to hook to bell to achieve this use?
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stusviews Posted - 08/17/2014 : 9:19:47 PM
An I/O Linc can handle up to 5 amps @ 30 volts, so you should have no problem with the bell.

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