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Blunik II. Here's 3 tricks

Blunik II. Here's 3 tricks

1) Changing averages speed with a external reference

You have to program the unknown distance as 00K00

When you pass just in the point of the external reference you need to press START.

The measured distance will take its place in the programation of the section and the BLUNIK will carry out the necessary recalculations.

If you also want to change the average speed, press STAGE, put the appropriate average speed and press ENTER.



When we program one special stage (STAGE) then:

-In the first screen of stage programation:

CALCULATE calculates the starting time from the data in the previous stage.

-In the last partial screen (link) when programation:

CALCULATE calculates the average speed in that partial
MODE calculates the time when you have to pass or the distance.

We can also change the time when you have to pass and Blunik recalculates the distance


3) How to do the start in LEARN/COPY section

START KEY in SYNCHRO funtion is not usefull in LEAR/COPY sections.

We recommend not to make the start with a programed time (SELECT), is better start directly with START (Training)

Blunik II. Here's 3 tricks