Control water heater, water pump with m1

M1 Support Forum Control water heater, water pump with m1

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    thomas wilkinson

    I want to be able to remotely turn on my water heater (wall hung boiler) and well p7mp using the m1. What would I need to use to control these.

    I am also interested in upgrading to the Ethernet/cell dealer. Would it be feasible to control smart devices with google home or Alexa with that device? I could conceivable at smart switches/outlets to control the other devices. How do I know which the best cell signal to use would be? ATT vs Verizon?

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    Brad Weeks

    Are these devices 220 VAC and less than 30 Amps? If so you may want to consider using the ELK 9200 Heavy Duty Contractor https://www.elkproducts.com/product/heavy-duty-relay-contactor-9200/  to control these  devices. The ELK 9200 operates on 120 VAC but can switch up to 220 VAC @30 Amps using an Appliance Module or any other means to switch the 120 VAC.

    Universal Devices has an app to control the M1 using a Voice Assistant Platform  https://www.elkproducts.com/m1-integration-partn/universal-devices/

    Or may want to review the Ness Automation Bridge (ELK p/n 101296) https://www.elkproducts.com/product/m1-automation-bridge-101296/

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