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    Wiring 0-10v

    Need a little help with wiring here. So the type B&Cfixtures show as 4 wire 0-0v in the schedule. The cuts show input as 120v. Twoquestions:

    1. Don’t think I need to bring 4 wires to the fixture
    2. I don’t think I need 0-10v wiring from switches tofixture.
    3. If I’m correct on #2 were is the 0-10v…within thefixtures? They do have 0-10v drivers.

    Just want to make sure I wasn’t confusing it and it was theother way around and bringing 0-10v to fixture then the driver to light is120v. 99% it’s 120v wire from switch to driver. The 4 wire 0-10v listed in the schedulethrew me off. Thanks.

    This link is for the switch for the type B.


    https://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocu...ary/369748.pdf

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    The fixture driver has the 0-10 integrated... The dimmer switch referenced will not work to dim the lights, you need one specifically for 0-10. If there is no controllers involved, ie. Nlight, stopper... Etc then you would need to run the four conductor wire (power and 0-10 control) from switch to lights

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    Correction I think this would be the switch for the type C.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mstrlucky74 View Post
    Correction I think this would be the switch for the type C.
    That is the dimmer switch you need to use for 0-10 dimming application

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiquitous View Post
    That is the dimmer switch you need to use for 0-10 dimming application

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    If you need to dim the light they sell the mc with the 0-10v volt wire inside or you can use cat5 or cat6 long side the mc

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    Quote Originally Posted by flash101 View Post
    If you need to dim the light they sell the mc with the 0-10v volt wire inside or you can use cat5 or cat6 long side the mc

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    Yes I know, the MC PCS cable, thanks. Wondering if the make hospital grade...have to check.

    Edit..they do.
    Last edited by mstrlucky74; 04-25-18 at 08:55 PM.

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