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    LQSE-4T10-D for the US? 120v

    Hi, is there a version of the LQSE-4T10-D for 120v??

    I have a project that I need to spec 22 of these on a competing bid with control4.

    The only other option would be the HW-TVMKIT-120 right?? for how many loads can i use it? and i have to add an RPM-4U or 4A as well for the loads right?

    so in one panel i could have 4x RPM-4U and 1 HW-TVMKIT-120??

    Would preffer to have a module that does 0-10v directly like the LQSE-4T10-D and just get a din rail enclosure.

    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjamins7 View Post
    Hi, is there a version of the LQSE-4T10-D for 120v??


    I have a project that I need to spec 22 of these on a competing bid with control4.


    How many 0-10V Loads do you have ?


    The only other option would be the HW-TVMKIT-120 right?? for how many loads can i use it? and i have to add an RPM-4U or 4A as well for the loads right?
    No they make RF modules for 0-10V dimming.


    so in one panel i could have 4x RPM-4U and 1 HW-TVMKIT-120??


    You can have up to 12 TVM modules thats a total of 44 0-10V loads


    You don't need to actually have an RPM in the panel to use TVM only needed if your led driver requires the power to be dropped out for OFF
    However the RPM spaces are still associated to the TVM making the RPM spaces in the panel unusable for any other loads



    Would preffer to have a module that does 0-10v directly like the LQSE-4T10-D and just get a din rail enclosure.


    I dont believe they make that you are limited to 2 choices I believe with 0-10. Choice 1 TVM in RPM Panel must stay there because MI is Required Choice 2 is an LMJ RF module that gives you 1 0-10v output signal and also has 120 volt set of contacts.
    thanks!
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    Something to look into is if the lighting designer has not ordered fixtures yet and Eco drivers can be specified I believe you can save a bunch of time and labor. This will also allow a lot more flexibilty

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcignarella View Post
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    Something to look into is if the lighting designer has not ordered fixtures yet and Eco drivers can be specified I believe you can save a bunch of time and labor. This will also allow a lot more flexibilty

    Thanks for your response! unfortunately i cannot get the lighting designer to specify eco drivers as they are the ones (with a sister company) pushing the control4 panelized lighting option.

    I don't have a full count of the 0-10v Loads, but know they are specifying 12 Control4 0-10v modules that handle 8 loads per module (so i'm assuming the count).

    I don't think i would spec a RF options in this case, the project is too big for that.


    You can have up to 12 TVM modules thats a total of 44 0-10V loads --> this would be 12 TVM per panel?? not sure i understood this. thanks!

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    thanks i read it, but i guess you meant to write 24 0-10v loads instead of 44 no?? each TVM has 2 outputs

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    oops. Yes sorry

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    Thanks mcignarella, for your help. I will bid it this way for the 96 loads, and hope for the best!

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