The Spark switch instructions suggest that the switch on the transmitter is assigned to a switch of a lever type. It strikes me that even in Safe Mode it’s too easy to inadvertently deactivate the ignition by accidently knocking the lever. It seems to work fine assigned to a rotating knob (normally used for things such as flaps) on the hand set instead of a lever switch. This obviously needs a deliberate operation and is almost impossible to accidently switch off. Do you see any problems with this? The action of a knob obvioulsy being slower than a lever switch.
Thanks in advance.
doesn´t matter what kind of input you are using. Just ensure, that this channel is only for 0% to 100%, or 0% to -100% - depending on what mode you want to use.