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I think I'm interpreting your problem differently than Boss.
It sounds like you just want a circuit that will turn on the strobe when the fault output from the control panel goes open circuit.Hello Peter,
Thanks for the question, I agree that the terms low, medium and high are subjective and are unitless. In terms of fan selection these terms are relative. I have given a few examples...I think you can just use a normal strobe, you could use a mains powered strobe or a low voltage strobe which may be better for containing the mains voltage to one area and have a low voltage routed to...@Jack, the attached may help to visualise as well.
I think it agrees with Brad's detailed answer so you can view and read with that.I don't know exactly what manufacturer and model switch you have. Normally you would look at the data sheet to see which terminals correspond to which common on the switch. Your switch looks much like...question
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