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How to power a Lynx DC Distributor without the LYNX shunt? [CLOSED]

In this manual is stated that the Lynx Distributor can be used without the Lynx Shunt. But unfortunately, the status LED's on the Lynx DC distributor aren't working in this kind of setup.

The Lynx distributor gets powered by the RJ11-cable, between the distributor and the shunt, but since there is no shunt, there is no power on the main board of the distributor.

Is there a solution? For example: can I power the distributor alternatively by connecting a power source directly on the RJ11-connector on the distributor? If so: how many volts, on which positions of the RJ11-connector? And what fuse do you recommend on this power source?

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baronner answered ·

See that my question was already answered on the forum.

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