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    Quote Originally Posted by S2H View Post
    This is the Three Relay Version. This is my multiple relay version with a bump that you can set the timer & frequency.
    Takes 3 relays. 2 that are normal, and one Holley "Nitrous Driver" (which is a solid state relay) for PWM.
    With the EFI software version out now, we have option to use the bump SSR duty % over a set amount of time with the timer tab, right?

    I have my settings and wiring just like the post #4. The part that I do not understand at all is:
    Quote Originally Posted by S2H View Post
    I use a non-Pin Mapped output for the bump button, and then I use a linked output to make the bump relay trigger output activate.
    So it only activates when I have the transbrake button pressed, and I press the bump button and it triggers for an actual bump time...and then shuts off. My "Trigger Time" output is the one that goes to pin 85 of the change over relay.
    The way I see it the Bump timer table will output PWM+ to the changeover relay for .012 seconds each time the transbrake button is on and the bump button is pushed? I'm not following the quoted area at all.

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    Thank you for the wiring schematic for the 3 relay setup I have this completed. Would you have time to send the programming side of it? I'm pretty new to this. I just switched from BS3 to Dominator. I'm a little intimidated. I started to enter input trigger and when it came to drop down, this output will be activated when click on field and empty. Not sure where to enter if you're able to point me in a direction. Much appreciated, thank you.

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    I have the one relay version wired in with the Holley SSR. I can change the Hz & duty cycle either way to extremes and it won't bump. Brake works, but no bump. I checked voltage to the brake and when the bump button is activated with the brake, it pulses the voltage, but the lowest it drops is 11 volts. Should it not drop more than that? I'm assuming that's the problem, but not sure.

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    OK, I understand there's no set numbers for everyone. But I'm currently using single Holley SSR relay. With 30 Hz & 60% duty cycle my bump is very aggressive. To be able to tone it down, do I play with Hz & duty cycle? Or just one? And which way softens it, less Hz or more? Less or more duty cycle?

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    Bring your Hz down around 16, and start with duty cycle at 85%. More duty cycle softens the bump, as duty cycle is % of transbrake ON time. 85% duty cycle will probably be too much (no bump movement at all), but you can work your way down from there. You'll likely end up around 80% or slightly lower.

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    Setting us the single relay method in my Dominator using the SSR. Anybody posted pics of their configuration screens like S2H did? Ii know the setting will vary from setup to setup, but some general guidance would be helpful to get started. Thanks, Marc

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    I understand the polarity is important when wiring a diode relay, but does it matter if power or ground is the signal from the ECU?

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    No it doesn't matter for the diode protected relay itself, as long as the correct polarity is maintained. However, a particular circuit application may specify it one way or the other.
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    Where are you getting the bump trigger time & bump SSR %. I have it all wired up, just trying to get I/O done right. And what is a non-pinned output? Thanks.

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    A non-pinned Output is an EFI software based Output (not physically wired).
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