Joined: August 01, 2006 Location: United States Posts: 62
Posted: November 29, 2006 at 12:06 PM - IP Logged
If both sensors are connected to a dedicated (not shared with door trigger) sensor input (same zone) of your brain, logically that doesn't matter because your brain can't identify which is which when it's triggered.
When they are connected together to the door trigger, for instance, feedback can cause your domelight to be on unexpectedly. Other than that, isolation with diode doesn't make much sense.
Say I connected hood and trunk triggers to the same input, same zone violation appears on your 2-way remote display anyway.
Joined: July 07, 2006 Location: United States Posts: 55
Posted: November 30, 2006 at 11:41 AM - IP Logged
taking this diagram as correct, why is it that if you use an ohmmeter it shows continuity if I use the (+) of the ohmmeter to the (+) of the # 1 diagram and the (-) of the ohmmeter to the (-) of the diagram? Is it because electricity travels (-) to (+)?
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