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6 ch delay timer pcb how to wire it up?

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i have no idea about electronics. I purchased the item to control lights (off/on delay) the 6 ch will control 32 lights (6 div 32=5 light clusters).
What I need to no.
Power pack size (v)
How to wire the lights
How to wire the power pack.
The unit is about the size of fifty pence. The following information was provided by the manufacturer!
100% Brand New and High Quality

This is a mini size but very useful delay timer module. It has 6 independent channels for delay output.Multi-Channel Easy Use Delay Timer Module (with Status LED for each channel) Each channel time adjustable by potentiometer

Output terminal of the module has protection diode. The module can directly drive relays and other similar inductive loads.

Question: For what application can this module be used for:
Answer: This module has 6 channels of time that can be adjusted independently (the delay time depends on input voltage, which will be specified below). It is suitable for turning on a series of circuits or devices by a set sequence.

Product Details:
Power Supply: DC 3V - 18V
Static electricity: less than 0.1 uA
Output drive capacity: 300mA * 6 channels
Drive Mode at the Drive Side: NPN triode
PCB Size of the Module : 20 * 32 mm

Delay Time Details:
6-channel delay time can be adjusted, the time adjustment range and power supply voltage, so it is best to use power supply.

The following are common voltages measured values:
3V : 0 - 9 seconds adjustable
5V : 0 - 8 seconds adjustable
12V: 0 - 4.5 seconds adjustable
18V: 0 - 3.5 seconds adjustable

Can use some modules together in series to increase output terminals.

Example Applications:
1. Use one module:
K2 disconnected, K1 closed, L1-L6 lights up one after one, and at last L1-L6 stay on lit-up status.
If K1 disconnected, L1-L6 all go off.
If K2 closed, no matter K1 at what status, L1-L6 will not light up.


2. Use multiple modules in series:
K2 disconnected, K1 closed, L1-L11 light up one after one, and at last all stay at lit-up status.
If K1 disconnect, L1-L11 all go off.
If K2 closed, no matter what status K1 is, L1-L11 will not light up.

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