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#40286 - 07/17/04 02:24 PM GE Modular Dimming System
Sharp51482 Offline
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Registered: 08/01/03
Posts: 4
Loc: Havertown PA 19083

I am in desperate need of a wiring diagram for a General Electric Modular Dimming System. The model number is DIR20A, and it's using the DUC1A control, for single phase. These are older units, the ones I am working on are dated 1977. Any help would be greatly appricated. I am unable to find any information on these units at all.


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#40287 - 07/17/04 03:13 PM Re: GE Modular Dimming System
Edward Offline

Registered: 12/14/02
Posts: 309
Loc: California
CAll Randy Torres at the electrical distributors. 408-293-5818

He might be able to help. He showed me an old GE lighting control catalog which he refused to give it out because it is a very old copy and it is the only copy that they have. He will be able to send you copies.



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