Posted 9/11/2018 13:47 (#6982377 - in reply to #6982284) Subject: RE: Raven experts?
That's not really how it works. Currently you have your switches sending out voltage to turn on sections. With the Boom/Speed node in the system, it tee taps in to receive the 12 volt signal from the switch so it also knows when to paint on the screen and so the system can adjust the rate according to the width of application. When you add AccuBoom into the mix you end up having to split the switch so it is not directly connected out to the boom valve or electric over air valve in your situation. Then you'd tie the appropriate output from the AccuBoom node to go to the correct input for each section. If you don't, you'll end up back-feeding 12 volts whenever the AccuBoom node turns on a section, the Boom/Speed node will see this signal coming in, and assume that you have a section switch on in the cab, even if you have turned it off at some point. If you split the wires going from the section switches so they only connect to the Boom/Speed node, then have the section valves so they only connect to the AccuBoom node outputs, the system will work exactly the way you'd expect, regardless of if you're running the AccuBoom or running the switches manually. The AccuBoom node will always be the thing sending out power to the sections to turn them on or off at that point.