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CABLES FOR SYNCING TWO BASES TOGETHER

There are two ways to make two separate bases operate at the same time. You can program both bases to one control but there is no guarantee that they will respond to the signal at the exact same time. The more reliable way is to use a "Sync Cable". Each end of a sync cable plugs into the control box under each base. There are two advantages to this method:
1. Each base will still have a hand control, either a plug in one or a wireless one. The beds will operate when either one of the control is used so either occupant can control the bed, not just one of them. 
2. When a button is pushed on either control, a signal is sent to each base at the same time, allowing them to start moving at pretty close to the same exact time.

Different brands of control boxes use different sync cables. The plugs are different on each type of cable.



OKIN SYNC CABLE, DOUBLE PLUG
This cable is for use on Okin Control Systems. Even though it looks like the plugs on a wired hand wand, it will not function the same as an Okin Y Cable if you try to use it on an Okimat 2 motor. The extra plug on each end enables various options, such as under bed lights, to be plugged in.

$45

OKIN SYNC CABLE, DOUBLE PLUG
PLUG CONFIGURATION ON OKIN SYNC CABLE, DOUBLE PLUG


OKIN SYNC CABLE - SINGLE PLUG
This cable is used to sync two OKIN  control boxes to operate at the same time. Use this cord if you do not have underbed lighting and USB ports. It plugs directly into the multifunction port on the control box. If you do have underbed lighting and USB ports then it plugs into one of the splitters on the multifunction splitter.

$45
16300054

OKIN SYNC CABLE, SINGLE PLUG
PLUG CONFIGURATION ON OKIN SYNC CABLE, SINGLE PLUG


KEESON SYNC CABLE
This is the cable for connecting two Keeson Control Boxes together. It has a square 4 prong micro plug on each end.
$40
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KEESON SYNC CABLE
PLUGS ON KEESON SYNC CABLE