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Can you hook an AC (110v) trigger to a PicoBoo?
NO! Motion sensors purchased at hardware stores and other such triggers designed for 110v / 120v AC will destroy the PicoBoo and BooBox controllers. Use only 12vDC triggers with the PicoBoo as well as the BooBox line of controllers.
Unfortunately, if you have already hooked a 110v / 120v AC trigger to the PicoBoo inputs you have fried the device to such a degree that it cannot be repaired.
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- Using AC devices with the PicoBoo
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