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    Default Re: Issue with element turning off at wrong time

    Quote Originally Posted by kev View Post
    you are only using 16 channels (2x 8ch ssr) but your first sketch is setup for 48 channels. Try reducing the defined number of channels in your sketch.
    Thanks again for the help. I tried this, and still no change. It is extremely odd. I am wondering if I am making the changes to fast during the song. Is there a minimum limit for the relays to work properly (time-wise that is)?

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    Default Re: Issue with element turning off at wrong time

    Are you using mechanical delays of SSRs? the shortest pulse length my SSRs can recognize is about 0.07 second. Mechanical relays are much slower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kev View Post
    Are you using mechanical delays of SSRs? the shortest pulse length my SSRs can recognize is about 0.07 second. Mechanical relays are much slower.
    This is what I am using.

    SainSmart 8-Channel 5V Solid State Relay Module Board for Arduino Uno Duemilanove MEGA2560 MEGA1280 ARM DSP PIC https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006J4G45G..._MAYcCbAKAXDT9

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