My eMylo switch has five electric sockets (which can be wired.)
The wiring diagram shows that the input positive (anode - the red wire from the 12 DC power) must be wired to the most right socket of the switch, the input negative (cathode - the black wire from the 12 DC power) must be wired to the second-right socket of the switch.
The wiring diagram shows, that the output positive is just the input positive (split before it enters the most right socket of the eMylo switch,) and the output negative is the third-right socket of the switch. The diagram also shows that there is a red wire inside the eMylo switch, which connects the second-right socket (the one connected to the input negative) with the fourth-right socket of the switch (I have no clue for what reason.)
When I wire the switch to the input positive (anode) and negative (cathode), the switch's light goes on. When I press the transmitter's button, another light goes on (indicating, that the switch is receiving the signal from the transmitter). HOWEVER, the voltage between the input positive and the third-right socket stays 0 (while it should become 12V at this point) - the switch does not do its job.
Am I doing something wrong? Can someone, please, guide me?