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What relay connector does IP2CC use?

On the spec sheet (http://www.globalcache.com/products/i...) I see a picture that shows a keyed jack, on the Technical Specs document (http://www.globalcache.com/files/docs...) says its a screw terminal and shows a picture that shows a screw terminal. So which is it? If its a keyed jack, where do I get keyed plugs to match? Thanks.
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  • Hi Paul,

    The iTach CC models, as well as the GC-100 all use a specific type of two-conductor Phoenix connector. I don't know the specific type/size, but the they are included with the Global Caché hardware.

    In the first photo, you're seeing the iTach without the plug portion of the Phoenix connector inserted, while in the other photo the screw-terminal plug portion of the connector is inserted.

    Regards,
    SC
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    Hello,

    I also have a problem with IP2CC. I am using it to roll up and down an Electrical Projection Screen. I am using all 3 CC, one for UP, one for DOWN and one for STOP as there are in original contact box that was supplied with the screen.
    The problem is that it works once, maybe twice then the IP2CC blocks (lights up one port LED) and no longer respond to any command.
    Before putting any relay to one I used to put all 3 relays on off just for being sure that no other remained closed.

    Please take a look at attached pic and maybe you can give me an idea.
    Thank you very mucg.

    Mircea.

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