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    www.RaceDigitalDelay.com

    ELITE

    CROSSOVER

    Instruction

    Manual

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    The

    ELITE CROSSOVER

    From

    DIGITAL DELAY

    2036 Fillmore Street

    Davenport Iowa 52804 563-324-1046 www.RaceDigitalDelay.com

    Congratulations on your purchase of the Elite

    Crossover delay box from Digital Delay. Even though the

    Elite Crossover is small, it still offers the many of the same

    features found in our larger Delay Boxes like the Mega 450,

    Elite 600, and the Elite 700. This means the Elite Crossover

    is a very versatile and powerful Delay Box.

    The Elite Crossover may seem overwhelming at first.

    But even if you have never owned a Delay Box, the layout of

    the screens, and the commonality of how data is entered and

    viewed on the screens, eases the learning process of the Elite

    Crossover.

    The Elite Crossover comes with an external Relay

    board and a 6.5 foot cable to connect them. If you require a

    longer cable for your application please call Digital Delay.

    Digital Delay also offers a wiring kit for the Elite

    Crossover to help with the installation. Please call or check

    our website for more information.

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    Basic Overview

    The Elite Crossover is really two Delay Boxes in one,

    a Bracket Delay Box and a Pro Delay Box each with their

    own independent screens and settings. There are up to

    twelve Bracket Mode screens and up to eleven Pro Mode

    screens.

    The Elite Crossover has the capability to run three 2-

    Stage Timers at one time. The 2-Stage Timers are labeled

    Timer 1, Timer 2, and Timer 3. Each of the Timers has its

    own set of settings for both Bracket and Pro Modes.

    The Elite Crossover can also shift the vehicle by time

    or RPM, up to five shifts. Here again, the shifter has

    separate shift points for both Bracket and Pro Mode.

    The Startling Line Enhancer (S.L.E.) now has its own

    output. In Pro Mode the S.L.E. now has a fixed Hold Time.

    This allows the Transbrake solenoid to fully set before the

    engine goes to full throttle. The all new S.L.E. Starting Line

    Mode allows the driver to select if the Transbrake Button

    will also set the S.L.E. or not.

    The Line Lock has its own output and the Burn-out

    feature allows the Line Locks to be activated during a burn-

    out for a pre-set amount of time. The Line Lock Starting

    Line Mode allows the driver to select if the Line Locks will

    engage along with the Transbrake solenoid or not.

    Along with being able to Tap Up and Down in the

    same pass, the Elite Crossover has a Multi Tap feature. That

    allows large amounts of time to be subtracted from the first

    Delay started.

    The Elite Crossover also has our Set and Go

    pushbutton mode. Allowing all timing to start on the press

    of the Transbrake button, instead of the release.

    The Driver’s Reaction Tester has an LED for

    practicing, giving the most realistic reaction times possible.

    The Elite Crossover also keeps track of and displays your

    average while practicing.

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    ELITE CROSSOVER Table of Contents

    Basic Overview of the Elite Crossover…..………… Page 3

    Getting Started……………………….…………..… Page 9

    Initial Setup of the Elite Crossover...….…....…….... Page 10

    Setting Setup Mode Screens……………………….. Page 10

    Setup Mode Screens

    Tap / Multi Tap Count……………..………. Page 11

    Tap Up and Tap Down Amount…………… Page 12

    Multi Tap Amount ……….…....…………... Page 13

    How Late………....………………………… Page 14

    Push-button Mode and Safety Lockout..........Page 15

    S.L.E. Control……………………………… Page 16

    Line Lock Control……………………..…… Page 17

    Shift Control……………………………… Page 18

    Timer 1, 2, and 3…..……..……………….... Page 19

    P.T.S.O. Control………………………….... Page 20

    Contrast…...…….....……………..……….... Page 21

    Bracket Mode Screens Settings

    Dial-ins………………………………..……. Page 22

    Delay 1 and Delay 2………...……………… Page 23

    Stage Times for Timers 1, 2, and 3..……….. Page 24

    Time / RPM and Shift Point……………...... Page 25

    Tach and Number of Cylinders…………….. Page 26

    Driver’s Reaction Tester…............................ Page 27

    Pro Mode Screens

    Pro Screen………………………..……….... Page 28

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    Stage Times for Timers 1, 2, and 3……….... Page 29

    Time / RPM and Shift Point……………...... Page 30

    Tach and Number of Cylinders…………….. Page 31

    Driver’s Reaction Tester…............................ Page 32

    Understanding

    Dial-in and Delays...……..……………….... Page 33

    Howlate…………………………………..… Page 35

    Tap / Multi Tap ………...………..……….... Page 36

    Timers……………………………………… Page 38

    Throttle Mode..…………..……………….... Page 38

    P.T.S.O. ….……............................................ Page 39

    S.L.E. …………......……………..……….... Page 40

    Burn-out Timer and Line Lock…………….. Page 41

    Shift Mode………………………………..... Page 43

    Shift Control………………………….……. Page 44

    Tach and Peak RPM ……………..………....Page 45

    Testing Shift Routine ……………………… Page 46

    Driver’s Reaction Tester……........................ Page 47

    Push-button Inputs….…..………..……….... Page 49

    Button 1…………………….………. Page 50

    Button 2…………………….………. Page 53

    Button 3…………………….….…… Page 54

    Button 4………………………….…. Page 55

    Back-Up Feature ………….…….…. Page 56

    Bypass Button……………..…….…. Page 57

    Additional Button Functions Chart.... Page 58

    The Relay Board………………...…………………. Page 58

    The Colored Status LED’s…………...…….. Page 58

    Wiring the Power and Ground Studs...…….. Page 58

    Wiring the Tach Input…………...…...…….. Page 59

    Wiring the Push-buttons………...…...…….. Page 59

    Wiring the Outputs…………………...…….. Page 60

    Miscellaneous

    Warranty and Disclaimer…………………... Page 63

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    Categorized Contents

    P.B. Modes

    Setting P.B. Mode and Safety lockout.......… Page 15

    Understanding Push-button Inputs…….….... Page 49

    Understanding Push-button Modes……….... Page 49

    Understanding Safety Lockout….…….….... Page 50

    Back-up Feature……………………………. Page 56

    Bypass Button…………………………….... Page 56

    Additional Button Functions Chart……........ Page 57

    Bracket Tap / Multi Tap

    Tap / Multi Tap Count………………...…… Page 11

    Tap Up and Tap Down Amount………….…Page 12

    Multi Tap Amount……………………….… Page 13

    Understanding Tap / Multi Tap ………….....Page 36

    Additional Button Functions Chart……........ Page 57

    Bracket 2 Stage Timers

    Setting Stage times for Timers 1, 2, and 3.… Page 24

    Setting Timer 1, 2, and 3 Throttle Modes ..... Page 19

    Setting P.T.S.O. ………...………………..... Page 20

    Understanding the P.T.S.O….…..……….... Page 39

    Understanding the Timers..……..……….... Page 38

    Understanding Throttle Mode..…..……….... Page 38

    Bracket S.L.E.

    Setting S.L.E. Throttle Mode……................. Page 16

    Setting S.L.E. Starting Line Mode……......... Page 16

    Understanding the S.L.E................................ Page 40

    Understanding Button 3................................. Page 52

    Additional Button Functions Chart……........ Page 57

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    Bracket Line Lock

    Setting Burn-out Timer…….......................... Page 17

    Setting Line Lock Mode…………………... Page 17

    Understanding the Burn-out Timer………… Page 41

    Understanding Line Lock Mode..….............. Page 42

    Understanding Button 4…….……………… Page 55

    Additional Button Functions Chart……........ Page 57

    Bracket Shifts

    Setting the Shift Mode ……….……………. Page 18

    Understanding Max Shift Number………..... Page 43

    Understanding Shift Mode……….....…….... Page 43

    Setting Shift Control (Shift Points)................ Page 18

    Understanding Shift Control Screen.…….... Page 44

    Understanding Sh