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#28599 - 08/23/03 05:27 PM GE dc lighting controller
emcee Offline
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Registered: 08/23/03
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Loc: sanantonio,tx.,bexar
Greetings all,
I need some help. I have a MRI project in progress. Magnet is arriving on Mon.8-25-2003. The GE dc lighting controller is back ordered ( of course) and I need to have this system ready. I need to know what conductors are run to the lighting level control so I can have this conduit in place when the controller package is delivered. I have not been able to obtain a cut sheet for these items. All I have found is a 2 gang deep box is required for the light level control. If anyone has installed one of these controllers could advise me I would be indebted. Thanks
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#28600 - 08/23/03 06:49 PM Re: GE dc lighting controller
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Loc: Kingsport Tennessee
1 hot, 1 raise, 1lower. Essentialy a momentary 3-way. Anything else?
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#28601 - 08/23/03 06:53 PM Re: GE dc lighting controller
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Loc: sanantonio,tx.,bexar
Thanks, that helps. I have never dealt with a variable dc xfmr so I didn't want to guess.
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