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    Thanks mate, that helps a lot.

    I'm thinking then, that the PDMX and motion controllers will be always powered, unless turned off at the on/off switch.

    I use the K2 relay on the PDMX, set to active if "outputs enabled", to open/close the DC power going through the latching relay setup.

    Meaning, I have to turn on the PDMX first, and have the motion controller and PC up and running, then I can momentary reset to power the motor drivers?

    I'll add an attachment, but my last 2 attachments have failed to post up for some reason.

    Would something like this be ok for the relay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Single-Phase...YAAOSwdI9Y8ERd

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