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    ALL DC System

    Hello Everyone,

    I'm working on a system installed on a boat which seems to be having issues between the Homeworks QS system and the boat's DC lights. The boat has Homeworks QS LQSE-4T5-120-D installed, sending a 0-10V signal to the lights' dimmers. Is there an equivalent to the LQSE that is powered by a 24 VDC source rather than a 120 VAC source? These lights run a lot cleaner off a battery bank compared to a DC converter.

    Thank You.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drybo View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    I'm working on a system installed on a boat which seems to be having issues between the Homeworks QS system and the boat's DC lights. The boat has Homeworks QS LQSE-4T5-120-D installed, sending a 0-10V signal to the lights' dimmers. Is there an equivalent to the LQSE that is powered by a 24 VDC source rather than a 120 VAC source? These lights run a lot cleaner off a battery bank compared to a DC converter.

    Thank You.

    Hello! Thank you for your inquiry. The LQSE modules all require 120 AC in order to operate. We do not offer one that runs on 24 DC. Our apologies.

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    You might want to have a look on a Lutron DALI controller in case you were using LED fittings as there are third party 24VDC DALI ballasts that could be powering those lights. In any case, the Lutron DALI controller will still need a 120AC/240AC feed.
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