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    What is an ccd-trans-bl

    I was going through a box of RA2 stuff we had in the shop and came across this unit. It's black in color, otherwise looks like a repeater, and is labeled CCD-TRANS-BL. I can't find reference to this part number.

    anyone have any idea what it is or does?

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    Really, nobody knows? Heres a couple pictures of the thing...

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    Low voltage receivers and infrared receivers, Class 2
    , Model(s)
    CCD-AUX-REP* May be followed by additional alphanumeric characters for commercial purposes only. May be preceded by an alphanumeric character denoting country of origin.

    CCD-TRANS-BL may be followed by additional alphanumeric characters for commercial purposes only. May be preceded by an alphanumeric character denoting country of origin.

    CCD-VCRX* may be followed by additional alphanumeric characters for commercial purposes only. Models may be preceded by an alphanumeric character denoting country of origin.

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    If I had to guess I'd say it's a bridge to go from clear connect RF to serial. Kinda like the qse-ci-nwk-e.

    CCD being commercial lighting, it's a bridge from there to some other kind of control system. My guess, anyway.

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    It works with my RA2 System - I use it as a Black Main Repeater

    It works with my RA2 System - I use it as a RA2 Main Repeater and run two of them in my own install. The only difference I can see is that it is Black. Anyhow - I have a few of these from an installer that closed up shop. I put a few in my rentals too.


    I think it has something to do with AMX's Clear Connect System but not 100% sure.


    Anyhow - just upgraded both to 11.0 with zero issues.

    Hope this helps you!

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