01-20-2011, 01:06 PM #1
Offset for fsStartFlag1 what does it?
anyone out there who could explain what these offsets do?:
0892 2 fsStarter1
0894 2 fsStartFlag1
Reason is, that I´m planning to build starter switches which will have a spring loaded position for gnd. In order to make them automatically return to OFF position upon the engine´s ignition, Im looking for an offset which could be used to drive the solenoid of this starter switch.
Have found both a.m. offsets in sysvar, but have no clue what exactly they do.
Could anyone shed some light on to it or, even better, has anyone realized such starter switches yet?
Thanks for any input
01-23-2011, 07:46 PM #2
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Re: Offset for fsStartFlag1 what does it?
Those are flags, you can't really use them regarding the engine start switch.
In the new beta version (173) of PmSystems the code is there for the switches. Download it from the PM site.
if fs1n2 > 50
manengstart1 = 1
Just change the N2 values (for both ) to your liking.
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