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Cross-Over Compensation
SLC Starting Line Control
 

ARP (Accidental Release Protection):

Occasionally, a racer will anticipate the lights and let go too quickly, or become distracted and accidentally release the transbrake button. ARP lets the racer recover from this situation. By pressing the transbrake button back down, Dedenbear delay boxes will instantly reset themselves and wait for the racer to properly let go. All Dedenbear delay boxes have had this feature from the beginning.

TRIP PROTECTION:
A unique preprogrammed feature which prevents the transbrake from turning on if the transbrake switch is accidentally bumped. Dedenbear delay boxes with this feature do not require any "extra" switches because it is completely automatic. Covered under US Patent Number 5,652,468

CROSS-OVER COMPENSATION:
Cross-over racer's reaction times are slower when they cross over because they only get a glancing view of their opponent's bulb and their eyes aren't as quick at detecting the tree turning on. Cross-Over Compensation allows the racer to preprogram the time difference and compensate for it in cross-over mode by automatically subtracting this compensation time from the total delay. This allows racers to get the same reaction times from either side of the tree. Covered under US Patent Number 5,652,468

SLC (Starting Line Control):
Dedenbear delay boxes with this feature will control a "linkage" type throttle stop in the carburetor or injector linkage. When the transbrake is being held on the starting line, the SLC feature closes the throttles down to a preset rpm. This limits the amount of time the motor is run up against the ignition rev limiter. The SLC will then open the throttles precisely at the top amber, button release, or transbrake release allowing the motor to rev up against the converter or ignition rev limiter. This is a separate output on our delay boxes so a different throttle stop can be used on the throttle stop timers if desired.