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- We sell a brand new 50 VA RIB Functional Devices Low Voltage Universal transformer part #TR50VA015.
- Tired of blowing low voltage fuses! The TR50VA015 comes with a built-in circuit breaker!
- I love the 50 VA power and all the options that you have for using this transformer with different primary voltages.
- This TR50VA015 universal transformer can be used with 120 volts, 208 volts, 240 volts, 277 volts, and 480 volt systems to step-down the voltage to 24 volts with 50 VA super low voltage power!
- The TR50VA015 Universal Low Voltage Transformer can be used as a replacement transformer on many heating and air conditioning systems.
- Please click here if you would like to see the PDF TR50VA015 installation instructions paper.
- I kept two or three of these transformers on our truck when I was doing service work.
- This transformer is rated at 50 VA and comes in a factory box.
- We have pictures of the outside of the box below.
- If your transformer is shot, weak or noisy then you might want to consider a new transformer.
- The transformer shows how it should be wired on the label. The black wire is the common wire in all voltage scenarios. For a 120 volt application, you would use the white and black wires. For 240 volts you would use the black and orange wires. The secondary 24-volt wires are yellow and yellow with a white stripe.
- The size of the transformer is approximately 3″ tall by 4″ long. The transformer can be foot mounted or knock out hub mounted.
- FYI: The TR50VA015 universal transformer, transforms 120, 208, 240, 277 or 480 volts AC into 24 volts AC so that the low voltage components on the furnace and air conditioner can operate. You can check the voltage on most control boards between the C (Com) and R (Red) terminals to determine if the low voltage transformer is operating correctly. If you aren’t getting 24 to 28 volts AC between C and R then you might have a burnt-out transformer of a blown fuse on the control board.
- Please click on the following link if you would like to see a YouTube video on how to troubleshoot gas furnace transformers
- Below we have a real good YouTube Video which shows how to wire a low voltage transformer. This YouTube video was made by AC Service Tech LLC. Thanks to AC Service Tech for making this informative video!
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