I have a thermasol steam generator power pak commercial its the model 1200 and I need to install a steam aroma nano unit to the steam genera

I have a thermasol steam generator power pak commercial its the model 1200 and I need to install a steam aroma nano unit to the steam generator solenoid valve. I open and found the valve but have no idea how o install it can some one help
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ok so i checked the manual for the nano auroma dispenser and its suppost to only dicharge the liquid when the valve is closed so the steam pipe can be at 0 psi. the valve has 4 red wires 2 have writing on then with 600v and light up my hot wire tester and the othe 2 are plain red and it seams that they dont have any current since they dont light up my tester. So where do I wire my nano? also I forgot to put that the steam generator is a 230v
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Thermasol PowerPak 240V wiring diagram shows only two wires for the solenoid (both orange). The two red wires are the float switch. There would not be any voltage on the red ones because their function is just to connect to one another once the water level in the tank rises and the ball floats up to a preset position.
It is just my conjecture at this point but I think the aroma unit would have to measure the voltage or the current on the orange wires to "know" if the valve is open or closed. It would have nothing to do with the float switch, so you can safely disregard the red wires.
Since that is a high voltage solenoid, I don't feel comfortable just saying: "connect to orange wires" because I don't know this aroma unit and you can burn either the aroma unit or the  Thermasol power supply (or both) if you hook up a unit that's supposed to measure current in parallel instead of in series. Conversely, if it's supposed to measure voltage instead, if you wire it in series with the solenoid, it will just disable the solenoid.
Alternatively, if the aroma unit is entirely a low voltage device, it can have a current sensing transformer that just clamps onto the solenoid wires (the orange, high voltage ones) and no electrical connection is needed and would indeed be dangerous to make one.
So, as you can see, a lot depends on having more information about that aroma unit and I was not able to find any information about the device whatsoever. Since you possess the aroma unit manual, may I suggest that you post it here as an image attachment which our answering system supports (jpg, png, gif)? This way I can take a look and make a better informed suggestion.      
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this is a picture of the auroma dispenser its 115v the manual shows very little on the how to wire it to the solanoid valve and I dont have the manual for the steam generator like I said theres 4 wires two that have 600v and two with no letters wich I think are the switch legs
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Re: I have a thermasol steam generator power pak commercial its the model 1200 and I need to install a steam aroma nano unit to the steam genera full size image
Re: I have a thermasol steam generator power pak commercial its the model 1200 and I need to install a steam aroma nano unit to the steam genera full size image
 I'm sorry, JV. If there was to be a picture of the aroma dispenser attached to your response, it did not get through. Can you try again?
In the meantime, the PowerPak 240V wiring diagram (from the installation manual) is attached here. Be sure to click on the "original" link to see it full size. The manual is straight from the manufacturer's website
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I honestly don't see how  you would directly connect a 115V unit to a solenoid that's clearly marked  "208/240V SOLENOID". There has to be an isolated high voltage sensing circuit of sorts inside the dispenser in order to sync it to the operation of the high voltage solenoid. Because of the high voltages involved it would have to be clearly marked.
So far you have described the wiring on the solenoid, but what does the dispenser have as far as any wires coming out of it or connectors on the outside of its body, any type of connection that would make you believe it does in fact get hooked up to the solenoid or any part of the steam generator for that matter? What if it simply senses the pressure in the steam outlet and releases its charge when the pressure drops?
Sorry, I am just wildly speculating at this point because I have no info about the dispenser whatsoever. All references to aromatherapy by Thermasol are actually about a reservoir on the steam head - clearly a passive device that simply holds the oils in the path of the steam flow and it picks it up and brings droplets of oils into the spa.
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