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alternative switching transistor required). Discomfort you complete step 65. Install everything just like this step directs you to (which does mean zero R57), https://www.omc-stepperonline.com/bldc-motor/ and install the particular jumpers to enable that circuit. (IGBTIN to JS10 and also IGBTOUTto IGN) Note that if you work with a metal backed transistor being a BIP373 or certain transitioning transistors, you must use a mica insulator under Q16.
NOTE'C there seems to be originally an error while in the MS2 TFI docs thus to leave R43 out with this setup, I've found that being incorrect and it's been corrected it while in the MS2 docs, so GIVE R43 in!

Step 69: Preference time ' Install this PWM Flyback Circuit bits'.
Move 71: visit homepage Choice time ' Install the actual limit circuit for FET protection'.
Move 74: Do not install Q20 (part belonging to the mk-PWMIAC mod)
Step SEVENTY-FIVE: Leave R39 out and also jumper it instead (part with the mk-PWMIAC mod)
Now for that final step (Mod intended for TFI Ignition Output). Start using a 100ohm, 1/4watt resistor. Solder one leg on this to the IGN/IGBTOUT jumper cable. Solder the other leg of your to the hole described S12. (Not to be confused with the hole labeled S12C! ) The S12 label is along with the nema stepper motor board, but you'll place this resistor for the bottom generally. Check released this diagram.
That's it'C you've acquired your Megasquirt-II Engine Management System fully willing to receive the ignition input through your TFI module, and return the Megasquirt controlled ignition output returning to the TFI module providing you with full control of ones stock TFI ignition technique. At the same time frame you've also 'modded' the FIDLE output kid handle your Pulse-Width Modulated (PWM) Idle-Air-Controller (IAC).



In the event that you're modifying a DIYAutoTune. com MS230-C MegaSquirt-II Assembled ECU:
Input Mod:

You will see a jumper https://www.omc-stepperonline.com/cnc-kit/ cnc router kit wire while in the D2 position. Remove this jumper insert and place a 1k 1/4 watt resistor during this position instead.
Output Mod:

You will see a jumper wire from JS10 over to IGN. Desolder and take out this (don't just lower it, you'll need the holes free from solder).
Install new jumper wiring to enable the IGBT High Current Ignition Driver Circuit (IGBTIN to JS10 along with IGBTOUT to IGN)
Start using a 100ohm, 1/4watt resistor. Solder one leg on this to the IGN/IGBTOUT jumper cable. Solder the other leg of your to the my sources hole described S12. (Not to be confused with the hole labeled S12C! ) The S12 label is along with the board, but you'll place this resistor for the bottom generally.
That's it'C you've acquired your Megasquirt-II Engine Management System fully willing to receive the ignition input through your TFI module, and return the Megasquirt controlled ignition output returning to the TFI module providing you with full control of ones stock TFI ignition technique. At the same time frame you've also 'modded' the FIDLE output kid handle your Pulse-Width Modulated (PWM) Idle-Air-Controller (IAC). 
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