When installing SineWave dimmer modules in a Sensor+ rack, always insert modules starting at the bottom of the rack and work your way up. As you insert each module, make sure it is fully-seated in its slot and that the bus bars make proper contact with the module.
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Question How much noise does a Sensor+ SineWave rack make? Answer ETC does not have a specific sound measurement for the complete rack, but the primary noise-generating component is the fan. The Manufacturer specifies the Sound Level for the fan operating at full speed as 65 dB.