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  • Anybody interested in different timings for M1 & M2 ATX ?

    Please note this is only of use to people who have the ability to program the PIC onboard the M1/M2-ATX.

    I needed different timings for my M2-ATX & a friend/business partner of mine is a PIC programmer so he has had a look at the source code for these units. I am attaching a file with 4 more surestop settings.

    When programmed with this code your M1/M2 will
    support all the following timings

    ABCD OFFDELAY HARDOFF
    -----------------------------------------
    0000 standard PSU
    1000 5 seconds 1 minute
    0100 5 seconds 2 hours
    1100 5 seconds never
    0010 30 seconds 2 hours
    1010 30 seconds never
    0110 30 minutes never
    1110 3 hours never
    0001 10 minutess 1 hour
    1001 15 minutes 2 hours
    0101 1 hour 1 hour 15 minutes
    1101 5 seconds 2 hours (SureStop)

    0011 30 SECONDS 2 HOURS (SURESTOP)
    1011 10 MINUTES 2 HOURS (SURESTOP)
    0111 30 MINUTES 2 HOURS (SURESTOP)
    1111 1 HOUR 2 HOURS (SURESTOP)

    Please do not try the last 4 settings on your
    original chip as it could casue the PIC code to
    fall over.


    We would like to also offer you your own settings. Just reply with the timings best suited for you and we will attach a file for you ready to program into your PIC.

    Pease remember though you must have the ability to program the PIC chip on the M1/M2 or the file will be of no use to you.
    Attached Files
    Regards

    Dingo

    http://interesting-devices.com
    http://caravan-smart.co.uk

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  • #2
    Should be a sticky. Actually, it should be in the manual...
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    • #3
      M2atx

      5 seconds 16 hours please

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      • #4
        The basic settings are in the manual, you have to dig around online to find the "advanced" settings. Kinda silly to include capabilities but not include them in the manual, IMO.

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