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H15 switch/delay appears to work in reverse

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H15 switch/delay appears to work in reverse

This was originally posted on APC forums on 4/17/2010


I set the delay for the "Delayed" outlets to 6 seconds and hooked up a line from my processor's trigger OUT to the H15 trigger IN. After turning my processor on, the amps immediately turned on (as opposed to the 6 second delay), and then, after 6 seconds passed, the amps were turned off by the APC.

Seems to be a bit backwards. Any thoughts from anyone?


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H15 switch/delay appears to work in reverse

This was originally posted on APC forums on 4/17/2010


I set the delay for the "Delayed" outlets to 6 seconds and hooked up a line from my processor's trigger OUT to the H15 trigger IN. After turning my processor on, the amps immediately turned on (as opposed to the 6 second delay), and then, after 6 seconds passed, the amps were turned off by the APC.

Seems to be a bit backwards. Any thoughts from anyone?

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H15 switch/delay appears to work in reverse

This was originally posted on APC forums on 4/17/2010


I set the delay for the "Delayed" outlets to 6 seconds and hooked up a line from my processor's trigger OUT to the H15 trigger IN. After turning my processor on, the amps immediately turned on (as opposed to the 6 second delay), and then, after 6 seconds passed, the amps were turned off by the APC.

Seems to be a bit backwards. Any thoughts from anyone?