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Thread: Dual 0-10V inputs on a fixture

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    Dual 0-10V inputs on a fixture

    We had a customer who had a fixture that had one 0-10V input to control the intensity of the fixture and other 0-10V input used to control the color of the fixture. For this application you would need to define 2 different 0-10V loads in the project file, one for the intensity and one for the color. These loads would then be assigned to the corresponding outputs on the RPM. You would then either need to use 2 separate outputs on the TVM2 modules or use a GRX-TVI interface on each of these outputs to get the 0-10V control.

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    0-10 volt control

    Quote Originally Posted by Craig W. View Post
    We had a customer who had a fixture that had one 0-10V input to control the intensity of the fixture and other 0-10V input used to control the color of the fixture. For this application you would need to define 2 different 0-10V loads in the project file, one for the intensity and one for the color. These loads would then be assigned to the corresponding outputs on the RPM. You would then either need to use 2 separate outputs on the TVM2 modules or use a GRX-TVI interface on each of these outputs to get the 0-10V control.
    Yes have install and tested all loads. I need to control these fixtures with one button. Home has all recess fixtures this type. 2 Buttons for each room to control 0-10 dim and 0-10 color corrective dimming most rooms have more than one load. 2 buttons to control one load bit much. Has anyone not done this.

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