TCW Intelligent Lighting Controller

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Part# 11-08497
MFR Model# ILC-4CH


Intelligent Lighting Controller (ILC) is an electronic controller designed specifically to operate the lighting circuits used in homebuilt or experimental aircraft. ILC provides control of up to four (4) lighting circuits and each circuit can control up to 10 amps of load. ILC also includes three (3) dimming circuits for instrument and cockpit/cabin lights. Each dimming circuit is independently powered and controlled and can control incandescent or LED lighting up to 1 amp. ILC also provides a wig-wag function between two of the lighting circuits, such as landing and taxi lights for increased aircraft visibility.

ILC includes a switching panel and remote power control module. The switching panel includes 4 backlit ergonomic rocker switches for the lighting circuits and three dimmer knobs.
ILC operates from 10-30 volts DC.
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Input Voltage 10 30 volts DC
Outputs 4 switched circuits rated at 10 amps each
3 dimmed circuits rated at 1 amp each
Dimmers True DC:DC converter with full power filtering and regulated 2-12 volt outputs
Inputs All switch inputs are low current closures to voltage
Wig-Wag 150 cycles/minute between channel 1 & 2
1 minute warm-up time
Wiring Standard 15-pin dsub connector (male on controller for connection to switching panel
Terminal blocks for all power connections rated for up to 12 awg wire
Enclosure Overall dimensions 4.7 x 3.7 x 1.2
Cast aluminum
Weight 1 lb.
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