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Old 06-19-2017, 03:10 AM #1
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Any Electricians, help with a hack.

Anyone know how i would wire a mechanical bathroom fan timer into the power wire of my vaporizer so i can turn the dial to 10 or 20 mins and it shuts it off? Theres 2 black wires on the fan timer, i guess ones hot and ones load, the power cord is a standard computer monitor power wire. Is it possible??? Thnx.
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Old 06-19-2017, 05:06 AM #2
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why not just get an outlet with a timer? no wiring required.
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wifi outlet turn off from phone?
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Old 06-19-2017, 06:27 AM #5
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The outlet the vape is plugged into is like 6 feet away, the vape has a one hour timer that shuts it down but that has failed in the past and i think its from constant use and leaving it on so i wanted a 15 minute or so timer next to the unit i can dial up each use depending on how long i think i will be using it. I was gonna try opening the wire housing a few inches from the back of the unit and find the positive wire then cut it and attach the two timer switch wires inline of that cut positive wire. Sound right... anyone? :]
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did you try Amazon Prime search for outlet timer? about $12 with free prime shipping - i actually did that to see what i was talking about ... add a 30' extension cord if the house power outlet is out of reach.
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I got a belkin piggyback outlet that shuts off in a half hour and a short extension cord to run from the overloaded powerstrip... i was trying to avoid extention cord on a power strip but what the hell its short and its only on 1/2 hour at a time, prolly safer than i was gonna try to do. Thanks for the suggestions.
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My SSV has been running 24/7 for many, many months, shut off only when going on vacation. I cant wait for it to get up to vape temps, I start 'surfin'' at 5am.. couplea hits every now and then all day..
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yeah, it's just that playing around with AC in your vape makes me queasy - and i'm an electrical engineer ... i prefer a battery powered vape - more power and safer.
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yeah, it's just that playing around with AC in your vape makes me queasy - and i'm an electrical engineer ... i prefer a battery powered vape - more power and safer.
I been using vapes for about 10 years, mostly SSV but 5 or 6 portables. I've not found a battery that's stronger than an AC driven vape. What portable are you using? safer? well, yes if you look to extremes and vape w AC in the shower then one deserves what they get..
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