How to operatate radio receivers from AC line voltage
A DC power supply can be used to convert AC line voltage to 12 or 24 volts DC to power our radio remote controls. The DC power supply must be selected to operate from the desired line voltage (120 to 240VAC typically) and to provide sufficient current to power the radio receiver and the relay coils.
Relays can be used to control AC loads from the radio receiver DC outputs. Relays must be selected with contact ratings suitable for controlling the required AC loads, and the relay coil voltage must match the receiver power supply voltage (12 or 24VDC)
Integration of radio receivers and line voltage components should be performed only by qualified professionals or UL listed panel shop.
Incorrect installation of line voltage components can result in serious safety hazards and equipment damage.
The following wiring example is provided for reference only. It is the responsibility of the installer to ensure that installation meets all applicable electrical codes.
Line Voltage Application Note