Da-Lite Three-Button Low Voltage Control Switch (White)

BH #DAS3B • MFR #40975
Da-Lite
Da-Lite Three-Button Low Voltage Control Switch (White)
Key Features
  • Raises/Lowers Screen
  • Three-Button Operation
  • Single-Gang Design
  • For 110 VAC Power
Use the white Da-Lite Three-Button Low Voltage Control Switch to raise and lower your screen and to stop it in place. Its three buttons are designed for ease of use and it runs on 110 VAC power. The switch features a single-gang design for ease of installation.
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Da-Lite 40975 Overview

Use the white Da-Lite Three-Button Low Voltage Control Switch to raise and lower your screen and to stop it in place. Its three buttons are designed for ease of use and it runs on 110 VAC power. The switch features a single-gang design for ease of installation.

UPC: 717068122901

Da-Lite 40975 Specs

SizeSingle gang
Controls3 Buttons: Up, Stop, Down
Voltage Required110 VAC
DimensionsNot specified by manufacturer
WeightNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.19 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.05 x 3.3 x 2.3"
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Will this work with a Vutec Lectric 1. Lost the wireless connection in our move. Thanks.
Asked by: Michael C.
It might. But this is the recommended VUTEC switch: Vutec DECORA LV 3 BUTTON WALL SWITCH-WHITE B&H # VUDLVSW
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Terminating instructions

Terminating instructions
Asked by: AlJamel
3-conductor 20-24 gauge wire can be used in place of the supplied RJ-14 cable to connect the wall switch. Connect the BUS terminals on the wall switch to the corresponding BUS terminals on the splitter board. Please contact Da-Lite directly for a wiring diagram: Da-Lite: Tel: 800-622-3737 or 574-267-8101 Email [email protected]
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2019-07-16

Terminating switch instructions

Terminating switch instructions
Asked by: AlJamel
3-conductor 20-24 gauge wire can be used in place of the supplied RJ-14 cable to connect the wall switch. Connect the BUS terminals on the wall switch to the corresponding BUS terminals on the splitter board. Please contact Da-Lite directly for a wiring diagram: Da-Lite: Tel: 800-622-3737 or 574-267-8101 Email [email protected]
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2020-09-23

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Hi Just wondering if this wall switch with work with a screen which have 4 output wires, (up, down, com, stop)?and also if it is compatible with Anchor ANRF01 RF motor controller?Thanks
Asked by: Michael G.
This switch is designed for specific use with two-wire Da-Lite brand low voltage control systems. We cannot guarantee compatibility with anything else.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Is this Decora compatible? It looks like one.
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes
Answered by: Kenneth G.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

how many conductors do you need to wire this switch and is there a wiring diagram that comes with it?
Asked by: Troy B.
This switch requires three conductors. It must be used with a screen that accepts low voltage control. In other words it must have three small wire terminals somewhere. I use these with a VPI. Also this switch will not work with smart projector screens (there is a little micro board inside the projector with RJ-11s on it)
Answered by: Lucas E.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

We have a switch (up,down, stop) that is broken . It operates an awning on our deck. the voltage is 110. can i use this switch?
Asked by: Kurt G.
I dont believe so as this switch is low voltage that I believe just acts as a trigger to a high voltage switch/ motor.
Answered by: David R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Does this come with wiring and connectors? If not, do you sell what I need to install to my low voltage controller?
Asked by: Matt L.
It does not come with any wiring, Just connections on back of board on switch to land your three low voltage wires.Jim
Answered by: James R.
Date published: 2020-09-23
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