Wirelynx
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Powerline Carrier Systems
Model LX-441A Receiver - 3 Amp Low Power Relay
Output with Watertight Enclosure
Brayden Automation Corp.
6230 Aviation Circle
Loveland, CO 80538
(970)461-9600
www.wirelynx.com
1. Mount the Wirelynx Model LX-441A Powerline Carrier Receiver in an appropriate electrical enclosure
using appropriate hardware for the four mounting holes inside the cover in each corner. Secure the LX441A to the electrrical enclosure or control panel. Use care to make sure that no metal chips or other
debris gets onto the electronics of the LX-441A. Six 24" wires are supplied for connection with wire nuts or
other appropriate connection devices.
2. For 120, 208 or 240 VAC single phase configurations WITH NEUTRAL, connect the BLACK #18AWG
lead to the 120, 208 or 240V phase ("hot" leg). Connect the RED and WHITE #18AWG leads to neutral. If
neutral is not available, connect to ground. (Note: Ground and neutral must be connected together at the
breaker panel.) See Figure 1.
3. For 208 or 240 VAC phase-to-phase configurations, connect the BLACK #18AWG lead to one phase.
Connect the RED and WHITE #18AWG leads to the opposite phase.
4. For 120/208 VAC or 120/240V single (split) phase systems, connect the BLACK #18AWG lead to one
phase. Connect the RED #18AWG lead to the opposite phase. Connect the WHITE #18AWG lead to
neutral. If the neutral is not available, connect the WHITE #18AWG lead to ground. (Note: Ground and
neutral must be connected together at the breaker panel.)
5. For 120/208 VAC WYE three-phase systems, connect the BLACK and RED wires to any two of the three
phases. Connect the WHITE wire to neutral (or ground if neutral is not available).
6. For 120/240 VAC DELTA three-phase systems, connect the BLACK and RED wires to the 120V legs
(phases). Do not connect to the 208V "high" leg. Connect the WHITE wire to neutral (or ground if neutral is
not available).
7. Connect the load to be controlled through the #18AWG BROWN (Common) lead and either the
YELLOW (Normally Open) or BLUE (Normally Closed) lead of the 3 Amp low power relay. The relay contact
has a maximum voltage rating of 250VAC or 28VDC.
8. Before powering the LX-441A receiver up, remove the cover and set the output channel desired, on the
jumper selector located in the upper middle of the board as indicated in Figure 2. Also set the Failsafe
jumper JP2 in for N/O or out for N/C depending on the default mode desired.
9. Turn on power to the LX-441A receiver.
10. The Green LED on the receiver should blink approximately once every two seconds indicating that the
receiver is receiving a carrier signal and packets of information from the transmitter. (Transmitter must be
turned on.) Response time is approximately 4 seconds. The receiver must see the same on/off command
multiple times before switching the relay. This noise immunity is designed to prevent inadvertant switching
of the relay in a high noise environment such as powerlines.
11. When the receiver receives, decodes and verifies the "energize" command sent by the transmitter, the
Red LED will light, indicating that the relay's coil is energized. When the RED Led is lit, the normally-open
contact is closed and the normally-closed contact is open.
12. Replace cover and tighten screws.
REV: 07/29/09
P/N: 00441-97006A
Figure 1
MODEL LX-441A WIRING DIAGRAM
Model LX-441A
YEL #18 AWG
BLU #18 AWG
BRN #18 AWG
WHT #18 AWG
RED #18 AWG
BLK #18 AWG
CONTACT
NO
3 AMPS MAX @
NC
COM 250VAC/28VDC
NEUTRAL
PHASE B
PHASE A
Figure 2
Select the Channel # Desired and
FailSafe Mode
3 4
CHANNEL
SELECTOR
JUMPER
LX-441A
JP2
S1
1 2
Failsafe Jumper:
IN - Contact Opens
OUT - Contact Closes
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