Technical Data Sheet
LVC-III—Low Voltage Control Module By Draper
1. The LVC-III is used to control one 115 volt motor by any of three means:
a. Low voltage wall switch (or an auxiliary control system with dry contacts),
b. RF (Radio Frequency) remote control (range 75 ft.).
c. IR (Infrared) remote control (range 50 ft.).
These options isolate the user from a potential electrical shock.
2. The LVC-III can also be used as a Single-Pole, Double-Throw dry closure to
control other equipment by the same three means listed in #1 above.
LVC-S low voltage wall switch.
LVC-SL LED low voltage wall switch (connects to “Eye” port).*
WRT/R radio frequency remote control package (connects to “Eye” port).*
IRT/R infrared remote control package (connects to “Eye” port).*
SP-KSM 3-position momentary key switch (beware: Stop won’t work).
Auxiliary control systems employing “dry” contacts.
KS-1 Power Supply Key Switch.
* Simultaneously using any of the controls marked with an asterisk requires a splitter.
Emulates Single-Pole, Double-Throw. Maintained for approx. 3 minutes.
Input: 115 VAC +/- 10%, 50/60 Hz
Output: 115 VAC, 5 Amps, 50/60 Hz. Fused with 250 VAC, 6.3 Amps
UL and c-UL recognized.
Two double-gang electrical boxes bolted together. One box contains the actual
module, while the empty box is useful for making connections. The module
contains a 3-screw terminal block for a wall switch (up, down, common), IR
receiver jack, RF receiver jack, and a user-serviceable 6.3A fuse. A spare fuse is
included. There is a 6-wire pigtail for Hot, Neutral, Ground, Common, Up and Down.
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