Clipsal & Digidim 402 Parts brand new

Discussion in 'C-Bus Wireless Hardware' started by m2yuout, Nov 10, 2015.

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    m2yuout Guest

    Hello,

    I am writing really as I have acquired 2 units of custom built boxes which are exactly the same and contain some modules with the following equipment in:

    Clipsal C-Bus2 Power Supply x2

    Clipsal C-Bus DALI Gatewate x2

    Helvar digidim 402 x2

    They look like they have been professionally wired up inside two metal terminal boxes which can be opened with a Key..... The box on the front has 4 LED's

    OFF & ON 30% & 70%

    They are powered by a kettle lead...

    Firstly can somebody tell me what they are for?

    Secondly - where would be the best place to sell them?

    Not sure what T&C of this forum are but I may not be permitted to list on here

    Regards
     
    m2yuout, Nov 10, 2015
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    Ashley W

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    Would appear to be a box that allows C-bus to connect to a DALI, maybe part of a test bed.

    You could sell them on ebay as a complete unit or as parts. Probably make more selling it as parts.

    No idea what the LED's are for though as none of the components you mentioned have any LED outputs, so maybe in the past there was something else in there.
     
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    Matthew

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    for sale

    A picture would help us help you.
    I believe the rules of this forum do not permit advertisements for sale.
    There is regularly C-bus items for sale on Ebay
     
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