Contest: How do you use RIB relays? wants to know how you use relays in a box (RIB relays).

How to enter:

If you use RIB relays, tell us about your favorite way to use them.  If you’ve never used a RIB relay (what are you waiting for?!), tell us your favorite feature of a RIB relay, based on what you’ve seen about them.

  • Post a comment on this blog post
  • Write on the RIB Relays Facebook wall
  • Post your story on YouTube, your blog, your website, etc. and email the link to support (AT)
  • Send an email to support (AT)

We will be choosing our favorite entry with bonus points awarded for video entries and entries that are interesting, funny or include pictures!

Each person can submit up to 3 entries for consideration.

Deadline to enter: May 31, 2011

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The prize:

A gift pack including a $25 gift certificate to, a t-shirt, a baseball hat and more!

Notification:  We will announce the winner on Facebook, Twitter and this blog on or before Monday, June 6, 2011. If we don’t hear back within one week from the original winner, a new winner will be selected.


4 responses to “Contest: How do you use RIB relays?

  1. We use RIBs every day in our control division….Use them for everything from cycling compressors to “dummy” lights on boilers, so supeers know what stages are calling. Awesome product needed in every HVAC job. Period.

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  4. We use rib relays everyday. Today’s example is using the rib to convert a 7 zone heating system to alow the use of smart thermostats .

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