We tried with multiple Agrofet isolators and we observed the following: Battery connected to one of the outputs, there is measurable voltage on the input and output2. Is this normal? what is the reason for this?
@eliott, have you checked to see if there's any actual current (amperage) behind that voltage? A little "ghost" voltage between outputs is fairly common; basically just voltage bleed between contacts, but as long as there's no current behind it there's nothing to worry about. A relatively easy way to test that is to just apply a small load (12v computer fan is what I like to use) to the output while measuring the voltage; you should see the voltage quickly fall off to 0 without ever spinning up the fan.
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