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    I finally got around to purchasing the PAM1...

    I finally got around to purchasing the PAM1 relays. Do the red and white wires of the relay go to the ecobee or the humidifier?
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    Thanks so much! I will give this a try and let...

    Thanks so much! I will give this a try and let you know how it works out.
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    Anyone able to help with this question? I know...

    Anyone able to help with this question? I know it is quite involved and may not be possible, but with the electronics out there these days, it should be.
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    The humidifier does not have its own thermostat. ...

    The humidifier does not have its own thermostat. It is being controlled by the Ecobee thermostat. Before I installed the Ecobee on the lower level, the humidifier (which has solenoid valve...
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    The Ecobee on the first floor uses the terminals...

    The Ecobee on the first floor uses the terminals ACC- and ACC+ to energize the humidifier. The transformer for the system is located within the furnace near the control board. The 120 volt feeding...
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    The system has only one furnace. There is a zone...

    The system has only one furnace. There is a zone controller that opens and closes dampers to direct air to the upper and lower levels. However the humidifier wiring is not part of the controller. ...
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    Two humidistats control one humidifier

    Hello. I am new to this forum. I have a natural gas forced air heating system with two zones, a lower and upper level. A whole-house evaporative humidifier is located at the furnace. Currently,...
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