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Need to know how to wire a hoist.  it needs to be controlled from two locations and only one location can work at a time.  there is three wires coming down from the hoist that goes to a pendant controller now.  it has an up down button.

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Use a wireless controller it will be cheaper and easer http://www.telecrane.com/

the three wires are

x1 constant power
up
down

x1 is connected to the up or down wire to activate the hoist in the desired direction

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