110v Solenoid valve wiring help

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Old 08-19-19, 10:59 AM
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110v Solenoid valve wiring help

Hello,

I'm working on a random project for a hobby and need help.

I'm looking to control a 110vac solenoid valve with a foot switch.

Solenoid valve has 2 wires (normally closed)
Treadlite foot switch

Can someone draw up a wiring diagram from 110v power cord to wire up the switch and solenoid valve? It seem pretty simple but may be over thinking it.

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It is very simple hot power wire connect to foot switch one connection. Other foot switch connection to solenoid valve. Other solenoid valve connection to neutral connection.
 
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A little visual reference........ Name:  pedal.jpg
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Thanks for the quick replies!

What if I want to add a second pedal and solenoid to this circuit?

Pedal 1 to Solenoid 1
Pedal 2 to Solenoid 2
 
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You would just duplicate what is shown.
 
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What if I want to add a second pedal and solenoid to this circuit?
Depends what you want for the second pedal. Do want both need to be pushed for the valve or do you want each one to operate the valve separately.
 
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