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I/O Extenders Wanted


dentalben

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I'm looking for two (2) of the new I/O extenders. I currently use an HC-300 (which has almost no connections other than IR), which requires me to use my original home controller (yes the old, old one) simply for all the contacts and relays. I'd love to replace it with some extenders but the new version still only has 4 relays/contacts (I think they should have doubled that number but hey, I'm just an end user)...Thanks!

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I'd love to replace it with some extenders but the new version still only has 4 relays/contacts (I think they should have doubled that number...

Confused, Cody?

I was referring to what dentalben said above...

There is no 'new version' of the Contact/Relay extender.

RyanE

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I'd love to replace it with some extenders but the new version still only has 4 relays/contacts (I think they should have doubled that number...

Confused' date=' Cody?

I was referring to what dentalben said above...

There is no 'new version' of the Contact/Relay extender.

RyanE[/quote']

Yeah, I guess because of the first sentence in the OP. :P

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Whoops, my bad. I was looking at the photo of the rear and thought the connectors were running vertically instead of horizontally. That's how I came up with 4 relays/contacts instead of 8 each. My local dealer confirmed that it will only work with 1.8, which is a bummer since the main thing holding me back are my 7 v2 remotes that I'd have to cough up just over $1,000 to replace to work with 1.8...

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Whoops, my bad. I was looking at the photo of the rear and thought the connectors were running vertically instead of horizontally. That's how I came up with 4 relays/contacts instead of 8 each. My local dealer confirmed that it will only work with 1.8, which is a bummer since the main thing holding me back are my 7 v2 remotes that I'd have to cough up just over $1,000 to replace to work with 1.8...

Make sure you get the trade-in credit for them if you do it before the end of the year. $50 off MSRP.

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