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  • M2 pic chip? can we program custom times?

    Hi I want to get the m2 power supply for my car pc and want to know if it has a pic chip in that socket? if so is it readable? or locked out one time programming? I want to custom program the switch time to something like 5 minutes or so. I want to write code to make the times to be selectable. The times they have are not what i want or need anyone play(hack one)
    thanks

  • #2
    i know its possible to write new commands for the M2, however not sure about using the current chip or a new one, or what chip it is. i was reading about it just the other evening, ran across one site that offered to write new codes with a purchase of an M2, but its late and im not sure where it was. ill have a scout for you tomorrow after work.

    All the best
    -2k

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    • #3
      thanks does the chip have the part number on the top of it? if so can someone post the number thanks

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      • #4
        ordered my m2 today so i will be cracking that pic as soon as i can get it

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        • #5
          Ok i have the PIC code for the m2 and should be able to customize almost all times for shutdown and hard off. As well as amp turn on ect. once it shows up i will start to play. It is the PIC micro PIC16F819

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          • #6
            looks like they have more times programmed into the newest firmware
            8-12 has setting for more times so if you have the new firmware just jumper the pins for the extra times.

            offtabl movfw switch
            addwf PCL,f
            retlw .0 ;switch 0: never
            retlw .26 ;switch 1: 5 s
            retlw .26 ;switch 2: 5 s
            retlw .26 ;switch 3: 5 s
            retlw .151 ;switch 4: 30 s
            retlw .151 ;switch 5: 30 s
            retlw .0 ;switch 6: 30 min
            retlw .0 ;switch 7: 3 hrs
            retlw .0 ;switch 8: 10 min
            retlw .0 ;switch 9: 15 min
            retlw .0 ;switch 10: 1 hour
            retlw .26 ;switch 11: 5 s
            retlw .151 ;switch 12: 2min

            offtabh movfw switch
            addwf PCL,f
            retlw .0 ;switch 0: never
            retlw .1 ;switch 1: 5 s
            retlw .1 ;switch 2: 5 s
            retlw .1 ;switch 3: 5 s
            retlw .1 ;switch 4: 30 s
            retlw .1 ;switch 5: 30 s
            retlw .36 ;switch 6: 30 min
            retlw .212 ;switch 7: 3 hrs
            retlw .11 ;switch 8: 10 min
            retlw .18 ;switch 9: 15 min
            retlw .70 ;switch 10: 1 hour
            retlw .1 ;switch 11: 5 s
            retlw .5 ;switch 12: 2min

            hardtabl movfw switch
            addwf PCL,f
            retlw .0 ;switch 0: never
            retlw .50 ;switch 1: 1 min
            retlw .0 ;switch 2: 2 hrs
            retlw .0 ;switch 3: never
            retlw .0 ;switch 4: 2 hrs
            retlw .0 ;switch 5: never
            retlw .0 ;switch 6: never
            retlw .0 ;switch 7: never
            retlw .0 ;switch 8: 1 hrs
            retlw .0 ;switch 9: 2 hrs
            retlw .0 ;switch 10: 1h 15min
            retlw .0 ;switch 11: 2 hrs
            retlw .150 ;switch 12: 3 min

            hardtabh movfw switch
            addwf PCL,f
            retlw .0 ;switch 0: never
            retlw .2 ;switch 1: 1 min
            retlw .142 ;switch 2: 2 hrs
            retlw .0 ;switch 3: never
            retlw .142 ;switch 4: 2 hrs
            retlw .0 ;switch 5: never
            retlw .0 ;switch 6: never
            retlw .0 ;switch 7: never
            retlw .70 ;switch 8: 1 hrs
            retlw .142 ;switch 9: 2 hrs
            retlw .88 ;switch 10: 1h 15min
            retlw .142 ;switch 11: 2 hrs
            retlw .2 ; switch 12: 3 min

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            • #7
              Looks like the times they have programmed into the pic chip work fine. Their instructions have 7 power schemes but they have 11 programmed in. Here they are
              position 8 10min /1 hour
              position 9 15min /2 hours
              position 10 1 hr /1.25 hours
              position 11 5sec / 2 hours

              position 8 jumper on jusd "D"
              position 9 jumper on "A&D"
              position 10 jumper on "B&D"
              position 11 jumper on "A&B&D"

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 89ragtopgt View Post
                Looks like the times they have programmed into the pic chip work fine. Their instructions have 7 power schemes but they have 11 programmed in. Here they are
                position 8 10min /1 hour
                position 9 15min /2 hours
                position 10 1 hr /1.25 hours
                position 11 5sec / 2 hours

                position 8 jumper on jusd "D"
                position 9 jumper on "A&D"
                position 10 jumper on "B&D"
                position 11 jumper on "A&B&D"
                so how do we set the jumper to get these position.
                Thanks

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