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    difference in firmware.....

    Hi guys,

    Appologies if this has been covered before.

    I was just about to purchase a fusion brain, when i came across the option to select which firmware you wanted.....

    Whats the difference ?

    Also, bit of a newbie question i guess, the actual pairs of pins on the board, do they actually output power ? or do they just act as a relay and connect the input / output of each pair of pins together ?

    Thanks,

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    Check out this thread to see how the digital outs are configured:
    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/outp...ase-use-2.html

    Check out this thread to see about the firmware issue, it used to be you had to get a different firmware version if you were going to use 2 or more brains, but that was fixed with 2.0, you can have many brains without needing to order different firmwares...:
    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/soft...-xp-vista.html

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    excellent Have just ordered a brain with some relays!

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