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    0-10 Volt

    I have a TVM Kit with several GRX-TVM2's installed and none of 0-10v zones are dimming. Everything seems to be good in programming, are there any recommended troubleshooting steps i can use to track down the issue? My 0-10v fixtures are identified in programming and I have the correct harness connectors attached to corresponding RMP's. Thanks for any input
    Chris

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    Yes

    Simply check if there is voltage coming out of the 0-10 wires as you dim. You should see the the voltage change coming out of the TVM. The RPM are irrelevant to the 0-10 they are used to kill power to the driver in the case 0 is not true off Off course you need the 110 v power going to the driver so if that is on the RPM make sure there is 110 going to driver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcignarella View Post
    Yes

    Simply check if there is voltage coming out of the 0-10 wires as you dim. You should see the the voltage change coming out of the TVM. The RPM are irrelevant to the 0-10 they are used to kill power to the driver in the case 0 is not true off Off course you need the 110 v power going to the driver so if that is on the RPM make sure there is 110 going to driver.
    Perfect, Thanks

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