Sensor3 modules are available in voltages for every need: 120V, 230V, and 240V, with options for Delta power. Designed specifically for use in Sensor3 dimmers, these modules are heavy-duty, high-grade commercial hardware. Each module uses fully-rated magnetic breakers for continuous duty at
the modules rated capacity.
For more than 25 years, ETC dimmer modules have been the rock-solid core of ETC power systems. They just keep working, and working, and working. Dimmer Modules handle incandescent, magnetic low-voltage, two- and three-wire fluorescent – even neon and cold-cathode loads on a module-by-module basis.
PhaseAdept LED-series modules provide high-quality dimming for non-magnetic LED fixtures and replacement lamps. They are compatible with any Sensor dimming enclosure including current Sensor3, Sensor+, and Sensor Classic enclosures. The ability to seamlessly install the module in legacy ETC systems gives you the ability to update your fixtures or lamps without having to change your entire power infrastructure.
Electronic Low Voltage Modules provide forward- or reverse-phase dimming for non-magnetic low-wattage loads. With excellent dimming across a wide variety of fixture types, the ELV10AF is perfect for architectural applications like LED fixtures, wall sconces, lobby lighting, house lights, work lights, and more. Compatible with Sensor 3 and Sensor+ models.
True air-gap relay modules ensure that switched power is just that – switched on or off. Relay modules are the perfect choice for moving light or LED circuits which will never need dimming. ETC’s relay modules support any switch load, including motor loads.
Sometimes you just need power. With constant circuit modules, if the panel is energized, the circuit has power – period.
With Sensor ThruPower modules, you have a dimmer, a relay and constant circuit – all in one module. Switched and dimmed power output modes can be configured remotely via the Eos family of consoles, Concert software, or the TPSR app. Constant mode is set with switches directly at the module.