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Powering 12VDC Devices from a PicoBoo
This information applies to the PicoBoo Jr (103), PicoBoo (104), and PicoBoo Plus.
Diagram shows a 12VDC solenoid but also applies to other 12VDC devices such as LED lights.
PicoBoo PLUS with one 12V solenoid
PicoBoo PLUS with three 12V solenoids
PicoBoo PLUS with four 12V solenoids and a 12V relay sharing an output TO POWER A 110V DEVICE
Have a pre-2009 PicoBoo?
The wiring is slightly different as shown in this diagram:
Also Using A Trigger
If you also need to use a trigger simply wire it as you normally would. It will share the negative (-) and possitive (+) terminals as shown.
USING AN AC AND DC DEVICE ON THE SAME CONTROLLER
Here is how to wire up a DC device on output 1 and an AC device on output 2 along with a motion sensor.
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