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Question: Does the relay stay on when you press the button, or does it click once?
Answer: stays on
Question: Can you connect one transmitter to two receivers. Channel A on one and channel B on the other.
Answer: yes,it\'s totally ok if you act it like that.
Question: Does the inching mode work on this model?
Answer: yes,and it has 3 modes you can select.
Question: I can seem to get mine to working one remote works inter intermittent the other not at all help with set up?
A1: check the voltage on the batteries thy won\'t work properly on low voltage, also you can try relinking remotes.
A2: each unit has it\'s own program, you need to clear the receiver by pressing the program button and hold it for several seconds until the light turns off,then choose the mode you want.
Question: Are all of the "B" connections on the relays really hard wired to the 12v anode? Normally you can connect other voltages to "B" on these devices.
Answer: the relays are fully independent and "floating" from the 12V power supply, so you can connect whatever you want.
No, they are not. It\'s independent NO, NC, and COM relay terminals.
Question: Will the relay hold the last setting if power is truned off?
Answer: This is an on and off switch must have constant power.
Question: if this is only 12v in - I guess it doesn\'t work with mains power supply (like a ceiling light)?
Answer: The modules cannot be powered by mains unless, of course, you include a small 12VDC "wall-wart" to power them, but the relays will switch 120VAC with no problem.
Question: Can this product be set for A to be set as selflocking and B to inching.. or do they both have to be the same?
A1: According to the instructions for changing the mode, both channels are set to whichever mode is chosen, either \'inching\', \'self locking\', or \'interlocked\'. So, yes both channels have to be the same mode.
A2: Yes. Its truly a 2 channel receiver. side A can be set to control something and side B can as well. So far so good, I havent had any problems.
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