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-<​li><​b>​Aux Channel Positions:</​b>​ If an Aux channel is specified as <​b>​Analog</​b>,​ the Position setting will be hidden because an analog channel has an essentially unlimited number of positions. In the example above, Aux channels 1 &amp; 2 are Analog so have no Position setting available. But if your Aux channel is a switch, or in other words, a <​b>​Digital</​b>​ channel, you need to tell the TCB whether ​it is a 2-position switch or a 3-position switch. Support for switches with greater number of positions is not presently implemented. It is also important to remember that a 3-position switch will have 3 positions, and a 2-position switch will have 2 positions. But of course! That sounds very logical. However it can cause some confusion when we look at the current switch position in item #9 below. ​+<​li><​b>​Aux Channel Positions:</​b>​ If an Aux channel is specified as <​b>​Analog</​b>,​ the Position setting will be hidden because an analog channel has an essentially unlimited number of positions. In the example above, Aux channels 1 &amp; 2 are Analog so have no Position setting available. But if your Aux channel is a switch, or in other words, a <​b>​Digital</​b>​ channel, you need to tell the TCB how many positions ​it has (2-9). It is also important to remember that a 3-position switch will have 3 positions, and a 2-position switch will have 2 positions. But of course! That sounds very logical. However it can cause some confusion when we look at the current switch position in item #9 below. ​
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