May 21, 2021 - 11:59 AM
/OffHold Enter button for 3 seconds to turn the remote ON/OFF .
Inflating/Deflating Pressure for Both Air SpringsTurn on the remote to enter the main menu. Press Enterto adjust both air springs. Adjust pressure by pressing(+) or (-) button to desired pressure setting. Press theEnter button when desired setting is reached.
Inflating/Deflating Pressure for Individual Air SpringsTurn on the remote to enter main menu. Press Enterto adjust both air springs. Press Enter again to adjustindividual air springs. Adjust pressure by pressing(+) or (-) button to the desired pressure setting. Pressthe Enter button when the desired setting is reached.
2 Memory Button SettingsPress M1 or M2 button. Preset pressure should appear.M1 is preset to 5 PSI. M2 is preset to 20PSI. Press theEnter button again to adjust pressure. To change the pre-set pressure, press M1 or M2. Change the preset pres-sure by pressing (+) or (-) button. To save the pressuresetting to memory, press and hold Enter button for 3seconds. The display will flash rapidly to indicate the newpressure setting is saved. After saving the new pressure,the menu will revert to main menu.
Changing Units to PSI/BARPress (+) and (-) buttons together for 3 seconds. Once inthe unit measurement menu, press (+) for PSI and (-) forBAR. Press Enter again to save the desired unit measure-ment and revert back to main menu.
Tank ModeTo convert to Tank Mode, unplug power to the ECU,install the tank and repower the ECU. The system will
automatically enter Tank Mode.
Tank Mode MenuPress and hold M1 and M2 buttons for 3 seconds toenter Tank Mode. While in Tank Mode, T will appear onthe top row and the current tank pressure on the bottomrow. Preset tank pressure range is 110-145/90-120. M1is preset to 110/145. M2 is preset to 90/120. Note: In TankMode, it is not advised to set air springs above TankPressure lower limit. User should first raise the lowerlimit threshold to a higher range before increasingpressure in Air Spring.