Ok so it would just turn the LED6 off when the nayax is in use.Here's a possible anti-confusion solution:
The HiLetgo 5-volt module features double throw relay contacts.
Power the LED6 (Orange wire) thru the relay’s N/C contact.
When Nayax activates, the relay switches to the N/O contact and power is removed from the LED6.
When credit card is stopped or times out, the relay switches to the N/C contact and the LED6 will turn back on.
24v Hot transformer power to relay common.
LED6 24 v Hot (Orange) to relay N/C contact.
Parallel the relay N/O contact to LED6 Timed Output (Blue/Black)
That's correct...in theory.Ok so it would just turn the LED6 off when the nayax is in use.
Mine show the time used on the Nayax and the dollar amount on the timer.
How old are your timers? Old led6 used to work fine too, until they had a electronics redesign in early 2022.
Correct info Keno.
I talked to dixmore today and they said the LED6 is the only one they changed so the LED7 should still work doesn't sound like they will be changing the LED6 back either
The relationship is definitely there. I was told directly by dixmor that Cryptopay was the electronics engineering contractor for the new led6. Cryptopay designed the new led6.That's the story.
Might have something to do with the CryptoPay/Dixmor relationship?
(Rumor and innuendo mode OFF)
Too bad, because I like the LED6 display better.
I tried changing dwell time for the pulse and was able to get it to work on count up but i could never get it to stop the timer the nayax would stop but the timer never would until I manual opened the pulse circuit from the nayax to the timerThe relationship is definitely there. I was told directly by dixmor that Cryptopay was the electronics engineering contractor for the new led6. Cryptopay designed the new led6.
Wonder if the nayax pulse settings can be tweaked to work with the new led6? There are a few pulse settings that are adjustable in the nayax.