The original device has one drawback: 120 V AC flowing across the half-moon switch that the organist controls. This switch is frequently broken, exposing the internal wiring and creating an undesirable opportunity for electric shock.
By using 12 V DC to do the switching for the tremolo control, the LV26-1 provides a safe alternative. All connectors and mechanical characteristics mimic the original device, allowing you to simply unplug your existing unit and install the LV26-1 in its place.
•Safe replacement for Hammond 26-1
•Optional MEE switch
•Supports EIS/TrekII relays
•LEDs indicate slow, fast, stop and power
There are multiple options for speed changes. A Hammond CU-1 switch can be plugged into the jack, or the three-position terminal block can be wired for a slow/stop switch as well as a slow/fast tremolo switch. An existing tremolo switch, with the two pin Amphenol connector, can also be utilized.