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Compustar 9000 POCs, Pulsed Negative Output


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pokesmot 
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Posted: March 06, 2023 at 4:07 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote pokesmot
Can 2 POCs on a compustar CS-900 be connected together?
I'm trying to use a pulse negative output to flash the parking lights using the hazard light trigger. I'm planning to program AUX1 on POC5 for lock and AUX2 on POC6 for unlock, connect the 2 outputs together then tie them to the latching hazard input on the truck. A pulsed negative output flashes the lights once. I've already got the 2 AUX outputs programmed and functioning as intended when wire independently, I just haven't tried connecting the 2 together yet.
There's no way that I can tell to configure one output to do both lock and unlock, so wondered if there's any harm connecting both outputs to the latching negative hazard on the truck.
Edit:
There is one way to configure the output for lock / unlock if I use "SV30 feature" but unfortunately it flashes the lights once every 10 seconds when remote started- which is something I don't want.
Installed a CS-900 in a 2009 F150 Platinum.
Unfortunately, the illuminated entry feature is RF controlled with factory FOBs and can't be controlled with a remote start for lock / unlock. Just trying to mimic a the factory fob features with the remote start fob.

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