WaveLinx Low-Voltage 1200W Power Module

WaveLinx Cooper Lighting

October 12, 2021

The WaveLinx 1200W Low-Voltage Power Module (LVPM-12-100-64-2E) is a central feature of the WaveLinx Low-Voltage offering. The WaveLinx Low-Voltage Power Module supports the full functionality of the WaveLinx Connected Lighting System via an Ethernet connection to a Wireless Area Controller (WAC) allowing low-voltage wired and wireless devices to operate harmoniously as part of a single control system. All WaveLinx Connected Lighting (WCL) system accessories require at least one Wireless Area Controller (WAC) for communications. Ensure the bill of material includes one of the following components.

  • Available in a 1200W configuration covering up to 2400 sq-ft
  • Ethernet connection to Wireless Area Controller (WAC)
  • Integrated Class1 wiring compartments for wiring, centralized UL924
  • Two (2) low-voltage output circuits for emergency lighting output
  • ALERT input to enable security / fire protection integration
  • Daisy-chain wiring (90W per output) with addressable low-voltage lum
  • Plenum rated and passively cooled for plenum installations
  • Energy calculations of connected luminaires available through Trellix
  • Each power module supports up to 36 low-voltage luminaires
  • Supports the full functionality of the WaveLinx Connected System

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