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    Question Installing 15 LMJ-5T-DV-B modules in a closet

    Client has 15 lamp fixture circuits 0-10V so we are going to use the 0-10V wireless module LMJ-5T-DB-V. We need to install 15 of them in a nearby closet. Any ideas or recommendations on how to install them neatly? We were thinking of installing a large NEMA box and fix the modules inside, with a cover for future maintenance. Only problem is that we will have basically 15 BX cables coming in, which may be too much for just one box. Thank you all in advance!

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    The install won't be pretty. The LMJ's won't like being in a metal box at all, you'll probably have to hang them from the outside of the box and make your own knockouts. We've thought of this before, and I think the best would be a gutter- metal box 4"x4"x however long you need it. Maybe a 6x6. I would hang the LMJ's from the bottom or top, so client can't hang clothes and the like from the modules.
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