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Old 08-05-2003, 05:59 PM
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Latham marine if they still make it has a wheel with small momentary rockers molded into it. Works great.
Be cautious about any generic keyfob remote system. Most of them rely on AM technology wich is very succeptable to interferance. Trim pump motor noise etc.
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Old 08-05-2003, 06:23 PM
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LATHAM! I knew that! Thanks Johnnybegood.

Interactive Tec, I'm still interested in your product, when do feel you'll be your release date will be? Need any Betas?
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Old 08-05-2003, 07:33 PM
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Intyeractive: Sounds like you are having your act together and your PIC programming down pat.

In 2.0 you might do a "state preserve" (switch something off with the fob, power down, power back up, the thing is still off.) For non-momentary stuff, state preservation after power-up-reset is a problem with these things.

I'm in the market. Keep me in mind.
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Be cautious about any generic keyfob remote system. Most of them rely on AM technology wich is very succeptable to interferance. Trim pump motor noise etc.
Our systems use "spread spectrum" technology and are not susceptible to interference. Motor control whether it be A/C or DC is our specialty. A complex filtration system is on-board to reject any false signal generated by any "noise" given off by motors or any other type of interference. We also use a "code-hopping" encryption scheme that makes false triggering unheard of. Please note; our systems are not "modified alarm systems" or garage door openers.
 
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Old 08-06-2003, 04:57 PM
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Curious if the technology is similar to what is used in your aquamatic remote boat lift controller shown on your website.
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