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2 wire decoder

June 27, 2017

The ICC2 2Wire Decoder Module is a new and easy to use. Installs in minutes providing additional stations above 38 for the wall and metal wall mount models.

For existing ICC controllers that are upgraded to ICC2, there is no need to reprogram existing decoders in the field.

For new or retrofit applications. Solely as 2Wire or as a “hybrid” (multi-wire and 2Wire) at the same time. 48 stations – for plastic / metal wall mount enclosures and metal pedestal enclosures. 2 (includes master valve if connected to a decoder) 3-15/16” long x 2-1/2” wide x 1-9/16” deep .25 lbs. (0.11kg)

  • Fully compatible with Hunter’s re-introduced ICC2 controller
  • Manage up to 48 stations in either a wall mount plastic/metal enclosure or metal pedestal models
  • Operate up to 2 Decoders at the same time
  • Utilize in a new or retrofit application using existing field wire
  • Installs in minutes with all of the advantages of 2Wire technology
  • Uses a single ground rod for the 2Wire Decoder Module and no where else along the 2Wire path

For mroe information:

http://www.underhill.us/products/2wire-products/296-icc2#overview

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