Dimensions of C-Bus 5102RVF 2 channel relay

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    Doh, didn't see the data sheet, just installation instructions!

    Thanks very much :)
     
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    Is there aN enclosure for these, the ones I've found are long enough but too wide, they're not long and thin like the real module!
     
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    They are primarily designed to go in a fluorescent light fitting.

    I'm not sure what the standard fittings look like in the UK but these relays are shaped like a fluorescent ballast.

    BTW just in case you are only needing to switch extra low voltage, there is a low voltage relay available.

    Cheers

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