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Re: Light Kit *&$%#@...
Hairy green toads from Mars made Mike Goliwas say:
> It should not matter what the resistor is as long as they are the
> same.The reason the warning light comes on with the lighting kit is
> because with one relay hooked to one light socket there is a current
> differential and the sensor picks this up.
So which is it? The current difference, or the lack of draw from
relays as opposed to light bulbs?
I've seen both explanations. I am thinking of relays and bigger
lights now that I've got Euros, but won't do it if it's
going to trip that autocheck.
What I've considered doing is getting DPST relays, instead of
SPST relays, and wiring some resistors across the other poles,
to "simulate" a bulb's current draw.
Andrew L. Duane (JOT-7) firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital Equipment Corporation (603)-884-1294
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