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Class 2 Transformer, 40VA, 24VAC, Foot
- Item # 6WU91
- Mfr. Model # 90-T40F3
- UNSPSC # 39121001
- Catalog Page # 304
- Shipping Weight 1.55 lbs.
- ItemClass 2 Transformer
- VA Rating40
- Input Voltage120/208/240VAC
- Output Voltage24VAC
- Protective DeviceNone
- Primary Connection11" Leads
- Secondary Connection11" Leads
- Temp. Rise85 Degrees C
- Enclosure TypeOpen
- Enclosure RatingNot Rated
- Enclosure FinishNo Finish
- StandardscURus File Number E33334
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If you have the part number 6WU91 you will have 4 primary wires BLACK, RED, ORANGE, and WHITE. BLACK and WHITE is for 120 volt input voltage. RED and ORANGE will get caped using wire nuts. The 24 volt secondary should be BLUE and YELLOW. If you have a different transformer you may need to contact the manufacturer for acurate wiring information.
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