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    Using Dynon capacitive sender adapter with AF-2500

    Is it possible to use the Dynon adapters with an AF2500?

    Thanks,
    Dave

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    Is it as simple as cutting JP6 & JP7? Then use the 5V supply, ground, and tank connections to connect to the Dynon senders?

    Dave

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    Advanced Flight Systems Shawn McGinnis's Avatar
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    Correct, here is the official blurb :

    To convert from FLOAT to CAPACITANCE style senders Cut the JP6 and JP7 jumpers found directly under the “Float Fuel” label on the rear of the PCB. Take care
    not to damage the PCB and ensure the jumper is completely removed with ohmmeter.

    Then recalibrate the system.
    Shawn McGinnis

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    Thanks, Shawn. They are working great.

    Thanks,
    Dave


    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn McGinnis View Post
    Correct, here is the official blurb :

    To convert from FLOAT to CAPACITANCE style senders Cut the JP6 and JP7 jumpers found directly under the “Float Fuel” label on the rear of the PCB. Take care
    not to damage the PCB and ensure the jumper is completely removed with ohmmeter.

    Then recalibrate the system.

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