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    read voltages from the M4 ATX?

    good evening, there is a way to read the voltage from the ignition +12 +12 in the software M4 ATX? or alternatively what exists?
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    Ign voltage would be the same as the battery voltage, the m4 software should be reading the voltage coming into the power supply which would be battery voltage less drop. SNO

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNOtwistR View Post
    Ign voltage would be the same as the battery voltage, the m4 software should be reading the voltage coming into the power supply which would be battery voltage less drop. SNO
    For ignition I mean the "locked up." While the 12v is that coming from the battery. The software that provides min ibox is a tool that gives me these tensions. Is there a way to integrate them into lleggerle and RR?

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    Someone did it for CentraFuse, so it's definitely possible.

    http://www.centrafuse.com/apps/details/147

    if someone can get get hold of an SDK I can have a look at doing a plugin. (I do have an M4-ATX sitting around somewhere.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    Someone did it for CentraFuse, so it's definitely possible.

    http://www.centrafuse.com/apps/details/147

    if someone can get get hold of an SDK I can have a look at doing a plugin. (I do have an M4-ATX sitting around somewhere.)
    Thanks but Centrafuse has several things that I do not like. and it's not open source

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    Quote Originally Posted by harryberlin View Post
    Thank you but I do not know what to do with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlo201983 View Post
    Thank you but I do not know what to do with them.
    I think that was aimed at me.



    Wow you are really on a missing the point roll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    I think that was aimed at me.



    Wow you are really on a missing the point roll.
    ah ok. then sorry

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    it's offtopic but i'm checking the voltage directly before the pc turn-on, IMO is better an hardware check instead of a software one.. simply put a voltometer relay checker on ignition wire (the relay must have upper and lower voltage values so it will give/cut off power when needed)

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