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    So what do you do with the unmapped outputs that you're using for safety?

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    They're just software based I/O. See post #4 of this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Cabral View Post
    No, not when the "Sensor input(s) will activate switched output when enabled" is set to "All" (as opposed to "Single"). It must be configured with more than one Sensor Input Trigger.
    Would that not require all of the associated caution states to be true, in conjunction with the RPM enable? What if one wanted 3-4 sensor conditions, AND the RPM qualifier? Would you have to make four individual software outputs, all qualified by RPM, and then "Or" them together in a collective output?

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    Just use a normally closed pressure switch inline with the ignition positive, oil pressure drops, ignition shuts down. Simple, easy to troubleshoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taylorpro View Post
    Would that not require all of the associated caution states to be true, in conjunction with the RPM enable? What if one wanted 3-4 sensor conditions, AND the RPM qualifier? Would you have to make four individual software outputs, all qualified by RPM, and then "Or" them together in a collective output?
    You need to "AND" your inputs. RPM above X, Oil pressure below Y. Example would be 3000 RPM, oil pressure below 30 psi. Gary

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