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    Hello

    I need some advice regarding the power wires. Can I connect both the + and switched wire together to a DC power source (+) in-house with the ignition timing scemes? The idea is to replicate the ignition behaviour. If not how can i input a switched line signal?

    Much appreciated.

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    The wire that goes from the M1 to the ignition switch is looking for +12v.

    Simply...if you take a wire from the +12v going to the M1, and connect it to the SW input, the M1 will start up.

    When you remove the +12v from the SW, the M1 will shut down (depending on the various timer settings)

    Leave the +12v connected to the power supply while doing this.


    (I assume you want to power up your M1 from an AC power adapter)

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