- What's Included
The RC68+ commands are "taught" to learning devices and passed to the IR IN, and GND input terminals of the CC12 signal input terminals via Xantech IR Receivers, Keypads and Connecting Blocks (sold separately). An LED indicates contact status.
The 781RG powers the 6 Double-Pole Double-Throw Remote Relay Module as well as supplying the needed 12 volts to activate the controlled devices. If more than 200 mA is required to operate the controlled device, a higher current power supply must be used, such as the 782-00 (12V, 1A). The 6 Double-Pole Double-Throw Remote Relay Module can be operated with a DC control voltage at the CI terminal, instead of IR, if desired. This allows the switching of high-current systems (up to 5 amps) with a low-current DC control signal.
The code sub-group switch allows a choice of 8 different groups of the four RC68+ commands that operate the 6 Double-Pole Double-Throw Remote Relay Module. This prevents mutual interaction in common IR systems when using more than one relay module. Also, internal E2 PROM can be set to different code groups, allowing up to 240 different IR code combinations if the system uses more than eight relay modules. A Remote Module with 1 double-pole, double-throw relays is also available.
Xantech Product No.: CC62 UPC: 042777310340 Dimensions: 19" W x 3 1/2" H x 2 1/4" D (483mm x 89mm x 58mm) Power: 12V DC @ 300 mA Plug-In Connectors Wire Size: 24 to 12 gauge
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Review of 81288
Xantech recommends a 1A regulated power supply with this item see documentation. The correct power supply is Xantech 782ERGPS / Smarthome 81321, as listed on Xantech's website. However, the 500mA Xantech 781ERGPS / Smarthome 81941 will work as long as you aren't driving much of anything else off the same power supply.
Posted on 6/13/2011
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