Basically all inputs have priorities (OPT1 has highest priority, RCA1 second priority, OPT2 third ...). If a signal comes up on an input with higher priority the switch will jump to this input immediately. If there are active signals on multiple inputs, the switch will stay on the current input as long as there is a valid signal - if the signal is invalid for some seconds it will check the next active input if the signal there is valid - if the signal there is also not valid it will go on to the next and so on.
Ilya | Feb. 18, 2018
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