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Trigger a PicoBoo from a Simple timer
The PicoBoo controllers allow up to 2 minutes of programming. If you want to automatically trigger the PicoBoo on intervals greater than 2 minutes you must use something like the Simple Timer to set it off. This document describes how to do this.
- Power the PicoBoo with a 12V power supply as usual. If wired as shown, the PicoBoo will supply power to the Simple Timer so it does not need a separate power supply.
- In order for the Simple Timer to repeatedly trigger you will need to cut jumpers J1 and J2
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