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5 Zone Valve Control w/ Priority

Taco

Brand: Taco

Mfr Part#: ZVC405-4

UPC#: 687752857672


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Taco ZVC405 5-Zone Valve Control works with 2, 3, or 4-wire zone valves. It comes fully fuse protected and includes an isolated end switch. The easy-to-read PC board layout of the Taco Zone Valve Controls eliminates the problems with incorrect wiring and the “unfinished” look of conventional zone valve installations. The sturdy screw connections add additional reliability, while the external indicator lights provide instant diagnostic feedback, reducing installation time.

All Taco ZVC405 Zone Valve Controls are made in the USA, UL and CSA listed and protected by an extended 3 year warranty.

 

Features:

External Indicator Lights;

Simplified Wiring;

Works with 2, 3, or 4-Wire Zone Valves;

Compact Design;

Fuse Protected;

100% Factory Tested;

Isolated End Switch;

Extra Set of Dry Contacts;

Contractor Friendly PC Board Layout;

Universal Thermostat Compatibility;

UL and CSA Approved;

Sturdy Screw Connections;

Extended 3 Year Warranty;

Made in the USA;

 

Specs:

Zones: 5;

Power (Transformer Voltage): 120 VAC Input;

Transformer Rating: 80 VA;

Dimensions: 11-3/4" wide x 7-1/2" high x 3" deep;

5 Zone Valve Control w/ Priority has an average 4.0 out of 5 rating based on 1 user review.
 
Taco zvc405-4, Taco 5 Zone Valve Control
By (from 68 Asher Ave. Pawcatuck, Ct 06379) on 8/31/2013
I just installed it yesterday and ran it threw it's course. It seemed like it all worked. We'll see this winter when it the zone valves call for heat if it all works, I hope... Well constructed.
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