USE LOAD CELL TO START CUT (S60+)?

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USE LOAD CELL TO START CUT (S60+)?

Postby re33 » Mon Mar 16, 2020 7:56 am

Hi I have 5 year old S60, can't remember what firmware is installed at the minute but am trying to incorporate a load cell to initiate flat shift. 5 years ago, I used a switch in the gearknob, which did work okay but have a new gearbox and would prefer to use a load cell.

In the updated 2019 S60 manual it says this is an option Page 206 "USE LOAD CELL TO START CUT (S60+)". If I update my firmware will I be able to use this option? Or what does S60+ mean, it is a specific model?

Thanks for your help.
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Re: USE LOAD CELL TO START CUT (S60+)?

Postby Alex DTA » Mon Mar 16, 2020 8:57 am

Yes, update your firmware and you will be able to use a load cell.
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Re: USE LOAD CELL TO START CUT (S60+)?

Postby re33 » Mon Mar 16, 2020 12:53 pm

Perfect, thanks.
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Re: USE LOAD CELL TO START CUT (S60+)?

Postby pule333 » Sat Apr 04, 2020 6:55 pm

re33 wrote:Hi I have 5 year old S60, can't remember what firmware is installed at the minute but am trying to incorporate a load cell to initiate flat shift. 5 years ago, I used a switch in the gearknob, which did work okay but have a new gearbox and would prefer to use a load cell.

In the updated 2019 S60 manual it says this is an option Page 206 "USE LOAD CELL TO START CUT (S60+)". If I update my firmware will I be able to use this option? Or what does S60+ mean, it is a specific model?

Thanks for your help.

hi. quick question, what load cell are you using?
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