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Power connection for Fuze Pendent Light

Manav ·
Hello, I am looking to install Fuze Pendent lights for one of the projects. I need to know how is power connections can be done for multiple lights mounted in ceiling? Can I do loop in loop out connections or each Pendent needs to be connected with individual power connections? Can you please help with proper connectivity between multiple lights. Thanks & Regards, Manav
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ELA GINES ·
greetings, you only have power in option, please visit our website for further details. https://www.elationlighting.com/fuze-pendant
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Manav ·
As per the below there are 2 power supply Internal and External? Can you please advice how does that work? How the connectivity gets connected to make sure all the PD lights are connected and we get them working? My question is that do we need External Power or we can use Internal Power? If we can use Internal Power how will it work and what will be connectivity? Thanks!!!
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ELA GINES ·
where are you located? also on page 10 the general power connections are outlined. this should be sufficent information for the electrician. between this information and current load, the electrician should be able to calculate how many outlets etc would be needed based on your particular needs/ also local building codes as well.
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ELA GINES ·
go ahead and email me at gines dot gines at elation lighting dot com
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Manav ·
Great!!! Thanks for the help I shall send you email soon.
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Manav ·
Can you please share connectivity diagram if possible? This would really help? How can we connect multiple PD Lights? If you can share some insight it would be really helpful.
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ELA GINES ·
Greetings.. there is no connectivity diagram per se since they only have one power in. your electrical contractor would have to design a grid. the specs are listed on the web page, your electrical contractor will need this information for load calculations.
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Manav ·
Thanks you for the update
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ELA GINES ·
are you going to hard wire or use the power cable?
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Manav ·
Well can you please provide both methods as we would need to work with electrical contractor. As of now I don't have any information. I am new to this and would need your help to guidance as of in typical scenario how can we do the connection? Once you share this info I can get back to my electrical contractor and provide him our options and ask him to choose how they want to go with same. Thanks!!!
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Manav ·
We are Located in Canada - Toronto!!! If you have any direct contact number or email to reach I can share my details or you can share with me some local contact who can help us with our questions? Your help would be really appreciated !!! Thanks & Regards, Manav
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Affordable Lighting ·
thanks for sharing .this will help us a lot.
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ashley99 ·
interesting information
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First fixture in DMX chain keeps getting fried

TheJunctionCenter ·
We have been experiencing this problem ever since moving into this venue. If anyone has any insight we would greatly appreciate it. We have had an electrician come look and install a UPS in case this was a power surge issue but it is still happening. Our house lights are the color pendant series. We have a second, smaller room for other events that has newly installed sixpar 100's as the house lights. In the main room (with ther color pendants) the first fixture in the DMX chain continually...
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ELA GINES ·
Greetings, for sure you are getting an excess of voltage on the data line. also its not uncommon to have other PCB affected if a voltage related event occurs (collateral damage) long term. you may have to have an electrician use a scope VS just metering voltage, this may reveal some anomalies affecting your lights.
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Cesarsalad ·
do you use wire cable .
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ELA GINES ·
@Cesarsalad the fuze pendant includes a power locking cable. it also has a bare wire block as well.
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