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  • Remote switch setting

    Hi,
    Does anyone have the instructions on how to set the remote switch so it will latch?
    I donít want to bother Bob right now- he has enough issues to deal with.
    Thanks,
    Jon

  • #2
    Jon,

    I just emailed them out to you, but in case there is an issue, here you go:




    Congratulations on your purchase of the Nautilus Drydocks Micro Remote On/Off Switch.


    This is a very compact remote on/off switch for models that are more limited in space. Unlike the larger 15A remote switches, this version is compatible with voltages from 4.5V to 12V.





    Specifications:
    • Working Voltage: DC4.5V to 12V
    • Standby Current: 7-9mA
    • Working Current: 70-130mA
    • Max Load: 10A momentary (7A continuous)
    • Size: Approx. 43 x 30 x 22mm with case
    • Size (board only): 24 x 34 x 15mm
    • Remote Size: Approx. 60 x 30 x 12mm








    Wiring instructions (see diagram)


    GND: Connect your main power ground and output power ground to this terminal

    VCC: Connect your main power positive wire to this terminal

    NC: unused

    COM: Connect your main power positive wire to this terminal

    NO: Connect your output power positive wire to this terminal


    Once you power up the switch, press the setup button until you get three flashing lights. This puts the unit into latching mode. The output will turn on with the remote button press, and stay on until the button is pushed again.


    As supplied, the unit is in momentary mode (power only when remote button is pushed).

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