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    I'm using V5 latest update and setting up a Sensor Input Trigger similar to instructions & screen examples named Safety Kill given by SH2 some time ago. I'm setting up an engine cutoff safety using Injector Duty Cycle to detect a fuel shortage. Navigating through the Boost ICF, Switched Output and page setup is no problem. My question is about the Sensor Input Trigger options that appear in V5. When selecting the Sensor Input Trigger the drop down selection, it does not offer the term Injector Duty Cycle as displayed in SH2 example screen shots. It does offer the term Duty Cycle and I want to clarify if this selection is indeed Injector Duty Cycle. Also the screen offers an AND/OR option between Switched Input Triggers and Sensor Input Triggers. I assume using OR is correct, since I'm not using any switched input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sctrance View Post
    It does offer the term Duty Cycle and I want to clarify if this selection is indeed Injector Duty Cycle.
    Yes.

    Also the screen offers an AND/OR option between Switched Input Triggers and Sensor Input Triggers. I assume using OR is correct, since I'm not using any switched input.
    Yes.

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    Thanks for the help!

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    You're welcome.
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