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      09-20-2012, 01:44 PM   #95
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Originally Posted by scottp999 View Post
Getting a little email help from Jeff Howerton now. On that instruction diagram you can see a little screw that says scale output signal span. You can now just turn that screw to change the span. On the screw + there are a couple marks on part of the + to show which part is pointing to the selection. On the box that is around the screw (its in blue) there are 0-11 tick marks and default is for it to point to tick mark 5 (counting from 0) which represents 5v. You just turn that screw to point to between tick mark 2 and 3 (assuming counter clockwise at this point), and that will be 2.5v. then screw the cover plate back on, no need for resistors.
Holly $hit! that is awsome. I just received mine the other day and haven't even looked at it yet since my car is at the body shop getting fixed after my highway fight with a flying screen door Can't wait to hook it up and actually have a functioning failsafe
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