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Old 02-02-2018, 09:29 PM
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Default RMI micromonitor

I have a RMI uMonitor and several of the indicators, (MAP, CHT and OT) are blinking. Manual says push the three buttons (10,1,.1), twice to enter program mode, but doesn't work. I'm thinking the alarms are set wrong. Anyone have a working model to help me?
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Old 02-03-2018, 05:39 AM
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Have you gone to the RMI website and downloaded the manual?

I built and used an RMI microMonitor over 20-years ago and used it 10 to 15-years before upgrading to the Dynon EMS-D10. It was the lowest priced option to fit in the vertical space that the micorMonitor required.

IIRC, there is a voltage output from the microMonitor that is required by some transducers. It is possible that there is a broken wire or open connection that may be creating the issue you are having. It has been years since I worked on one and they say that the mind is the 2nd thing to go. I cannot remember the first.

Hope the link to manuals helps you find the problem.
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