The above example will stop the engine, or prevent the engine from starting when the first bluetooth switch is active on the connected Android device.
1. Give the Bluetooth switch a good and a relevant name (since this is visible in the MDash Android app when added).
2. Activate a new internal outputs (1 in the above example) and give it a good name description. Change the Condition A variable to BT switch 1 active, set to " == 1". Set the input to control (input function) to anti-lag enable.
The above example will activate the anti-lag enable digital input switch, from the MDash BT switch 1.
Note: A digital 0 = inactive, digital 1 = active.
Select the Digital input BT switch 1 active as variable A condition.
3. Enable the anti-lag function, use switch input as the enable method.
Note: MDash BT switch 1 will now arm the Anti-lag function, but still the other activate condition must be met to actually activate the anti-lag function.
4. Head over to MDash and be sure to be connected, tap and hold on an empty space, select Add switch.
5. Tap on the Function.
6. Select the BT switch 1 (labeled Anti-lag above) <-- Your description of the Bluetooth BT switch in MTune.
7. Change the size to suit your need, then tap the Add item button.
8. The BT switch added on the MDash surface. By clicking on the switch you will enable or disable the Anti-lag function in MaxxECU.
9. When tapping on the MDash BT switch, you can in realtime see the actual switch condition to change in MTune.