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    Ignition cutoff lead

    Hi Robert,

    I''ve been using your ignition cutoff for about a year and recently installed a SuperReg. As a gas "newbie" having both brings piece of mind.

    While installing the SuperReg, I was reminded that the cutoff has an extra lead for a second RX. I started to wonder if I could just plug this into a spare channel of my single RX setup. I''d slave the second channel of course. The reasons I''d like to consider this to nicely terminate the unused wire and redundancy. I''d experiment but don''t want to blow up anything.

    Thanks!

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    RE: Ignition cutoff lead

    Hi,
    You can do this if you do slave it. Please check carefully for correct operation after doing this. If the LED starts blinking it means the two channels are out of sync.
    Robert Ritchey
    Owner, Smart-Fly
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    RE: Ignition cutoff lead

    Thanks Robert, I''ll give it a try tonight!


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