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    the guy told me the way the DEI 528t pluse timer relay module work is you can adjust the time you want a device to come on, he never said that it would turn back off. it should stay on as long as it has power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by customaudioman View Post
    the guy told me the way the DEI 528t pluse timer relay module work is you can adjust the time you want a device to come on, he never said that it would turn back off. it should stay on as long as it has power.
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    the info on this module is very minimal, but if it works like any other device w/ a remote lead, it should turn off imediately after the ignition is turned off,
    and that should take care of the 'off' pop (assuming that you have a shutdown controller that waits a couple of seconds), the startup delay should take care of the 'on' pop.

    for $30, I will probably purchasing one of these modules for myself!


    the only confusing part is the remote lead- the info says that it can take a + or - signal, but the diagrams only show a - signal.
    I can build a reverse polarity circuit if necessary, but would prefer to use a positive lead for simplicity's sake.

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    It's a pulse timer so it outputs a pulse (1-90 sec), but there is a NC and NO so it looks like NC would be a delayed off. It would click when it starts (opens NC side) then click again after the time ends. To work right 12V, common, trigger to IGN. That way it can't be on when IGN is on. NC to amp. Door pins are grounded, but have 12V when open so the trigger must handle 12V. There's a wire you can clip to reverse it. If that doesn't work, use another relay. Wow, complicated. That's why I have my timers in my sig. LOL

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    are the m2-atx psu have the remote turn on deplay? If they do is the wire switch to ground or send 12v current to turn on the amps? still looking for a solution

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