Statpower inverter remote switch wiring
I have an older Statpower ProWatt 800 inverter running my system (by choice, I know most will say to run a DC-DC power supply, but I have my reasons for going this route). There's a socket on the bottom for a remote power switch, but all the remote switches I've seen for sale are on a mounting plate as big as a normal electrical socket faceplate and none show the backside of the plate to show how big or little the switch itself is.
Does anyone know if I can just jumper two of the conductors in the jack to use my own switch, or is there other circuitry involved? I can also just as easily solder in wires on the existing switch on the inverter and just add another in parallel, but if I can do it without mods to the inverter (remote switch would go to a normal RJ12 jack on the inverter), all the better :)