Looking for a 5031H2TC7 Timeclock

Discussion in 'C-Bus Wired Hardware' started by Lliam, Jun 22, 2020.

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    Lliam

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    I know its a long shot as they are old and discontinued but would anyone have one of these they are willing to sell? (can be the the H or V)

    http://updates.clipsal.com/ClipsalOnline/Files/Brochures/W0000262.pdf

    Doing a basebuild over 6 levels and there is one of these on each level. They were put in when the last basebuild was done many years ago and building management want continue to use them. Unfortunately one went walk about/thrown away during the demo phase.
     
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    If you cant find one, could you use a different programmable timer, (such as the PDL 646E7) with a Bus Coupler?
     
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    From memory they were two channel can you join two floors and use a channel each
     
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    Yeah i did find that one. Price is a bit steep and I only need one (ebay listing is for two units) I have contacted the seller to try and work out a deal.
     
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    No problem,

    Perhaps they could buy them and put the spare away for when the next one goes....

    Cheers

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