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inuke 3000 dsp 12v trigger mod help?

Hi I've been looking to add a 12 volt trigger to my inuke 3000DSP. ive searched but there doesn't seem to be many good pictures or info on the mod? all the pictures i've found are for the 6000 seem different.

But what i have found is i need a relay, i believe these 2 seem most popular. the first one seems to be the one everyone uses, but i don't understand the wiring. the pictures i've found people seem to be using all 6 terminals?
i did find one from 2015 where the someone did this mod 4 wires and was told to install a TVS? they posted one picture but no other info
the TVS looked like a resistor wired across the 12 volt trigger relay?

G7L-2A-TUBJ-CB-DC12

G7L-1A-TUBJ-CB-DC12



Someone correct me if i'm wrong but i plan on using a 1/8" or 3.5mm stereo female jack connector installed into the inuke
i would just need to make sure i connect to the Tip connection for power, and the other wire to the sleeve connector?

from the stereo jack what wire can i use to the relay, 12 volt low side trigger? some sort of mono wire for the relay?

the next part would be to figure out which of the blue wires at the push button has power before the switch and which one has it after, i'd want to splice? into the one after the power switch. or disconnect it entirely and connect that to the relay. high side in
then my high side out from relay would go back to the circuit board?


I'd appreciate any help on this. i plan on doing this to my inuke and to 2 new nx3000dsp's


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The 3000s don't thump, so it would be easier to use a smart power strip. Something like this. https://www.amazon.com/AHRISE-Protec...dp/B07WGN3X5F/
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I've had no issues with a nx3000 on a smart strip from Schneider Electric,
a APC with like 11 total outlets, model # i cant recall ATM,
also come with a lifetime replacement once you register

unlike some others,
even after over a year,
not to say that DIY guys have any OCD
but the turn off time has been consistent for well over a year
and yes, I count the seconds until everything is off
I've had units where the turn off time be came conspicuously longer until failure to turn off anything
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One more vote for the smart power strip...Here is the one I use..https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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