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So I could not get any stepdown transformer in town larger than 30V. I'm sure there could have been somehwere but just not my regular places. So as I call already I manage to get a control place that said yes be have a 100VA here. It was 40's or 100's in stock. I needed 81 VA's max load on 18 actuators. This place was right next to my buddies office and he gladly went over and grabbed it for me today. So this is where I am.http://www.transfabtms.com/transformer-filter/products/industrial-control-transformers/do-dc-dl-series.aspx
This is the product model DO 0100HC.
It seems that when I test it out (in the basement) I can get 24V on the secondary side but it is 12v on each terminal (X1 and X4). Am I correct that I need one terminal to be 24V and the other to be neutral, usually labelled R and C on the tekmars and honeywells. Is there an alternative to wire this to achieve the layout of a typical step-down transformer?