Yes, turning off the 18R2 will cause the modules to stop firing after a defined period of time. Using firmware 4.0.0 and lower the module disarms in approximately 10 seconds, modules on firmware version 5.0 disarm in about 20 seconds, and modules using firmware version 5.1 and higher will disarm in about 60 seconds. In order to disarm the modules immediately, we suggest pressing the TEST / DISARM button.
Articles in this section
- Why does my 18R2 keep displaying PAU when starting a script?
- Does my firmware version need to match between the 18R2 and other devices?
- What is the battery life of the 18R2?
- When I startup my 18R2, what are the sequence of numbers/information appearing before the channel displays?
- The SYNC LED is blinking on my 18R2, what does this mean?
- What is the maximum number of modules I can sync to an 18R2?
- How do I know my modules are armed from my 18R2?
- What is the STEP button?
- How-to use the basic STEP Firing feature of the 18R and 18R2
- What is the AUTO-FIRE button?
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