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  • M1-ATX, dual selectable timing modes

    Just a bit of info that might be useful...

    I want to use my M1-ATX normally in the 5s/2h mode. But the will be circumstances where I would want to leave the PC on a little longer to perform sync etc.

    So, to do this you can connect a switch onto the jumper section of the board. Have a jumper on B (5s/2h) and connect a switch to the 2 pins of C.
    Operating the switch before turning off the ignition, will override the timing into 30m/never mode.

    I have not tried this yet, but have confirmed it with Mini-box.

    HoSS

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    I've thought about doing this. No reason why you couldn't.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by rubicon
      I've thought about doing this. No reason why you couldn't.
      I know. It wasn't a question.

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      • #4
        In the last firmware version I saw, they were reading the dip switch settings continuously (in most cases) rather than caching them. So yah, it should work as they've confirmed.
        2004 4runner

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