HS105 Passing Power when Off

HS105 Passing Power when Off
HS105 Passing Power when Off
2019-09-25 22:02:13
Model: HS105-KIT
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.5.4

I just purchased the HS105-KIT, and am having some issues.  I have two devices I'm trying to automate.  One is a DAC (24V/4.75A), and the other is a Subwoofer.  Both devices are still powered on when the plug is turned off.  Is this due to the type of device these are, or should they be turning off when the HS105 is turned off?  The plug works when I test it with a USB Charger, and a Light.

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Re:HS105 Passing Power when Off
2019-09-25 22:25:24

@aixChris 

 

I have 3 HS105's, with a lamp plugged into each, using LED bulb, and they turn off completely.

Does the blue LED go off when you turn off the HS105?

You should hear a click both when you turn it on or off.

 

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Re:HS105 Passing Power when Off
2019-09-25 22:50:27

@B.Will The blue LED is off, and the app also shows the plug as off.  I've also verified that the relay clicks when switching it from on to off.

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Re:HS105 Passing Power when Off
2019-09-25 23:00:19 - last edited 2019-09-25 23:02:03

@aixChris 

 

The HS105 should click when going from off to on.

Is the DAC and Sub fully functional when the HS105 is off?

Or is it just the power LED thats still on?

 

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Re:HS105 Passing Power when Off
2019-09-25 23:53:29

@B.Will Thank you for your help.  Based on your comments, I tried playing audio and I was not getting any sound.  The DAC is getting enough power from the USB port on the computer to have the power light on.  When I turned my PC off, the DAC powered off fully.  The sub appears to be working, and a hard reset might have fixed the subwoofer, or it was user error.

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Re:HS105 Passing Power when Off
2019-09-25 23:59:00 - last edited 2019-09-26 00:31:07

@aixChris 

 

Your Welcome

Both devices maybe in a odd state because power was cut off instead of a orderly shutdown.

I would ask the manufacturer if it is ok to turn them on/off via a powerstrip(don't add confusion by mentioning HS105).

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