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Lighting Controls

Light Controllers

Closet Light Controllers

Door Open   Light on automatically

Door Closed Light off automatically

The closet light controllers are designed to switch a lighting load (ON/OFF) determined by the opening or closing of a variety of switches. For example, door jam switches, magnetic switches, ball switches, etc. This allows for convenient closet light control.

Retrofit Applications

  • Easily fits inside junction box
  • Includes magnetic door switch. When the magnet and contact are separated, closet light turns on
  • 120 Vac operation
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CLC212 New Construction Application

  • No stepdown transformer necessary
  • Operates on any device from 120 Vac to 277 Vac
  • Light 18 AWG wire used to control relay, instead of armored cable, but any size may be used
  • Door Switch contacts activate when separated (door open) and lights turn on
  • Customer needs to purchase Form C or N/C door switch Door Switch Definition

Note: A N/C door switch is closed when no outside forces are acting upon it. When used in this application, the switch is open when the door is closed, and the switch closes when the door is open, activating the controller to turn the light on.

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CLC212-D15 Closet Light Control New Construction Application

CLC212-D15 Construction Application
  • No stepdown transformer necessary
  • Operates on any device from 120 Vac to 277 Vac
  • Light 18 AWG wire used to control relay, instead of armored cable, but any size may be used
  • Light turns on when door opens.
  • 15 minute delay when door is left open.
  • If you wish the light to remain on after the door is open, you simply open, close and reopen the door within three seconds.
  • Customer needs to purchase Form C or N/O door switch. Door Switch Definition

Note: A N/O door switch is open when no outside forces are acting upon it. When used in this application, the switch is closed when the door is closed, and the switch opens when the door is open, activating the controller to turn the light on.

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CLC212-D60 Closet Light Control New Construction Application

CLC212-D60 Construction Application
  • No stepdown transformer necessary
  • Operates on any device from 120 Vac to 277 Vac
  • Light 18 AWG wire used to control relay, instead of armored cable, but any size may be used
  • Light turns on when door opens.
  • 60 minute delay when door is left open.
  • If you wish the light to remain on after the door is open, you simply open, close and reopen the door within three seconds.
  • Customer needs to purchase Form C or N/O door switch. Door Switch Definition

Note: A N/O door switch is open when no outside forces are acting upon it. When used in this application, the switch is closed when the door is closed, and the switch opens when the door is open, activating the controller to turn the light on.

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Closet Light Controller Models

Model # Description
CLC106Enclosed relay 5 Amp SPST, separated class 2 magnetic door switch input, 120 VAc power
CLC212Relay 10 Amp SPST, Separated Class 2 Dry Contact Input, 120-277 Vac Power
CLC212-D15Relay 10 Amp SPST, Separated Class 2 Dry Contact Input, 120-277 Vac Power, 15 minute delay
CLC212-D60Relay 10 Amp SPST, Separated Class 2 Dry Contact Input, 120-277 Vac Power, 60 minute delay


Ceiling Fan/Light Controller

Most ceiling fans are installed at locations where only lights existed before. Consequently, there is only one wall switch and one 120 VAC line available to power your fan and light (in some cases there are three way switches which have the same problem.) To turn your fan and light on independently you have to use those cumbersome pull chains or add another wall switch and run a new wire between the switch and the fan. The FAN LIGHT CONTROLLER gives you independent control of the fan switch in a simple "off" and "on" 3-Stage sequence. The FAN LIGHT CONTROLLER is easily installed in the decorative ceiling canopy of the fan.

  • Easy Installation
  • Control fan and light independently from one wall switch
  • Eliminates use of pull chains
  • Installs easily in canopy of ceiling fan
  • Requires no extra wiring between switch and ceiling fan and light
  • Cannot be lost like a remote control unit
  • 120 Vac
  • Made in USA

Installation Instructions and Application

Tools needed for installation

  • Screwdriver
  • Electrical supplies as required by the NEC and local electrical codes

Parts

After opening the FL101 box, you should find the following parts:

  • Model FL101
  • Two wire nuts
  • Two mounting screws
  • Two plastic screw anchors

Specifications

  • Power in is 120 Vac, 60 Hz, 3 WATTS
  • Light output rating is 360 WATTS as 120 Vac (incandescent), 3A Electronic Ballast at 120Vac
  • Fan output rating is 2 Amp FLA, 12 Amp LRA at 120 Vac
  1. If fan has already been installed, lower ceiling canopy. For fans similar to figure 2 below, the fan blades may have to be removed.
  2. Make electrical connections as shown in figure 1.
    ATTENTION: follow fan/light installation instruction for a two switch hook-up.
  3. If fan motor is in ceiling canopy, fasten the FL101 with screws & anchors (fig. 2). Drill 3/16 ̋ holes for anchors. If fan motor is not in ceiling canopy, mount as in fig. 3.
    CAUTION: diameter of canopy must be 5.2 ̋ or greater.
  4. Wires and splices from FL101 must be put inside outlet box. In fig. 2 make sure that FL101 and its wires do not interfere with the rotation of the fan motor.
  5. Sequence wall switch to cause fan & light to be on, then pull chains to turn on light and obtain desired fan speed.


Ceiling Fan Control Application FL101

Fan Light Models

Model # Description
FL101Independent Control for Ceiling Fan & Light from One Existing Wall Switch