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I’m not sure about them. No schematic on the website. No information that is useful.
Only FAQS and an email address. I guess you have to contact them for a schematic. They do sell spare parts ie.. relays, timer and door contact. Maybe their sales department should suggest posting a PDF manual on their site.
 

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This is perfect proof that you are never too old to learn something, I had never seen one of those. Maybe the problem is that our apartment buildings are not that fancy.
 

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Not much information, I dislike the lighting only note on the web page.
A GE LV system might be a better choice with known parts. I had one where you could dial in, yes that long ago. All of the relays were 20 amp 120v and they did not care about the load.
I installed the system into a library and used the controller to shut down lighting 30 minutes before closing moving people toward the exits. Manufacture was in Ca but that is all I can remember.

 
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