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    Possible to have "Force-To" positions?

    Hi Nico,

    I'm wondering if it's possible to have "forced to" positions in Lekseecon.

    What I mean is: I have the "ON" and "START" positions of my APU switch wired, but not the "OFF" position.

    Is it possible for Lekseecon to tell that if "ON = 0", and "START = 0", then (logically) "OFF = 1"?

    Is there any way to achieve this?

    Cheers,

    Jack

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    Re: Possible to have "Force-To" positions?

    Hi Jack,
    No that would not be a good addition to the lekseecon functionality.
    Note that when changing from On to Start both signals are temporarily 0 but no reason to conclude we are at Off ...

    It is a lot easier and more reliable to wire the Off position as well. Jut buy another MC if you are running low on inputs.

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    Nico

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    Re: Possible to have "Force-To" positions?

    Hi Nico,

    Unfortunately it is not possible to wire the 4th position. The 2nd column has been fully installed and takes a very long time to come down. I will try and create some SIOC logic to achieve the "OFF" functionality.

    Cheers,

    Jack