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MODEL LV812PR Photo electric switch! How to Wire this device? And, can this device handle 110 wall power?

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SOURCE: I need to use a 220 volt battery charger on a 110

Why not just get a meter pole with a 220 outlet installed near your parking space?


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Posted on Mar 06, 2010

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Leviton PR180 is a single-pole or 3-way motion activated light switch.
Resources:
http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/ibeCCtpItmDspRte.jsp?item=452283§ion=10892&minisite=10026

The green connects to bare ground wire.
The yellow-red is not used EXCEPT to replace 3-way switch. Cap off yellow-red wire when wiring single-pole.

Your single pole switch has two black wires.
One black wire is Hot from breaker, and the other black wire goes to Load.
Turn power on, and test each black wire to bare copper wire. Tester lights up on Hot wire.

Hot wire connects to PR180 black wire.
Load wire connects to RR180 red wire

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Posted on Sep 07, 2011

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Check attic for smoke detector or alarm system with low battery.

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most of those electric fireplaces have a band of paper with holes in it that rotates around a light bulb this gives the illusion that the fire is flickering the motors that rotate that band of paper go out all the time its just a little electric motor you might be able to get one from the manufacture

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