blower motor & 24V transformer ok on same circuit?

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Old 02-25-05, 11:59 AM
951Tom
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blower motor & 24V transformer ok on same circuit?

Just wanted to make sure, do you guys see any problems/issues with a 24V transformer & a 120V furnace blower motor being on one 15amp circuit all w/ 12gauge wire? This would be the only two consumers on the circuit. The transformer is powering my furnace's gas valve & controls. Currently each one has it's own circuit so I was thinking I could free up a breaker if I spliced the transformer into the furnace blower motor circuit. Thanks and let me know if you need any other info/pics.

Tom
 
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Old 02-25-05, 01:29 PM
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You plan to connect the control-power transformer to the Branch-Circuit that supplies power to the blower-motor is workable and practical.

Many forced-air systems are "packages"-- the unit is pre-wired with a transformer, relays, limit-control, the blower-motor----

Good Luck & Enjoy the Experience!!!!!!!!!
 
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Old 02-25-05, 02:07 PM
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Forgot my humidifier's transformer will be on the same circuit. So I'll have two 24V transformers and one 120V blower motor on the same circuit. Thanks.
 
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