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Controlling LED lights and Solenoids from the PicoBoo ONE
The PicoBoo ONE's output can handle up to 2 amps. It's solid-state, so it outputs either 12 or 24 volts depending on what power supply you use to power it. The output can be set to mimick a normally-closed contact, turning it off instead of on when activated - great for darkening a room when patrons enter. This output cannot be used to control high-voltage AC devices unless a relay is used.
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