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ACR Universal Remote Control Kit

ACR Universal Remote Control Kit
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  • Consists of universal master control unit and a Point Pad; installed via single coaxial cable
  • URC-102 provides optimum voltage to ensure brightest performance and long lamp life, regardless of boat system voltage fluctuations
  • URC-102 XRCiZ feature rotates and moves light assembly every 30 days from activation to keep all bearing surfaces free of corrosion and all electrical contacts functional (can be disabled)
  • On-Off and light rotation speed control
  • Point Pad allows finger tip control; surface/flush mount options included
  • Has the capacity to perform up to six different duties; ideal for searchlights, winches and other electrical devices
  • Easily retrofitted to most servo-motor drives
  • Compatible with 12 or 24VDC operation
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ACR Universal Remote Control Kit 9283.3 Universal remote control kit for RCL-100 12v and 24v
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