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Old 07-30-2020, 01:51 PM #1
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Lucky Timmy Boards?? Any Manuals??

Hey all!

Picked up an Infamous with a "Lucky"Board V20. Aside from WAS, Tadao, Virtue, I've never heard of Lucky Timmy boards so I became intrigued. It didn't come with a manual so of course I did a search and found a lot of dead links.

Does anyone out there know where I can find a Gen 4 Lucky Timmy board Manual V20? Also, I'd appreciate if anyone can provide some insight on these boards ie. were they good, bad, pros, cons. I'm really curious about them!
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Old 07-30-2020, 06:15 PM #2
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I have this saved from doing other tech work. It shoudl be pretty close:

http://www.zdspb.com/media/manuals/spitfire_ion.pdf

This may also help:

https://www.pbnation.com/showthread.php?t=1281546
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Old 07-30-2020, 08:05 PM #3
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you can also have one of these boards

https://www.pbnation.com/showthread.php?t=1584759
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This is great! Thanks guys for pointing me in a few directions. I'll check out your links and hopefully find the correct manual. I'll keep y'all posted!
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Good luck. I'll see if I can dig up another manual reference anywhere.
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MYSTERY SOLVED!!!

I just wanted to give some closure to this thread. Lol! I found out that I have a CodeX chip! Majority of the functions matches the Codex chip manual. However, I found 2 differences with the Codex chip that I have:

- Instead of 6 LED color settings I only have 5. I'm missing the "teal" setting, which is for "Anti Mechanical Debounce"

- The Codex chip manual says ROF can be adjusted from 1-25bps. My chip can only be adjusted up to 15bps.

Any one else have a Lucky Codex chip with these 2 differences? Is "Anti Mechanical Debounce" necessary? What is that for? Although I can't go up to 25bps at least I can set it to 10bps if I ever want to do tourneys. Lol

lopez17 & jonotwist - Thanks for your help in solving this mystery!!
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No prob. It seems you have the same board as I do. No membrane pad, built in switches.

Good news, you can use any DM 4/5 chip in that board.
So if you don't like the programming, swap it out. But DM chips are few and far between nowadays.
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Good deal! Enjoy!
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Good news, you can use any DM 4/5 chip in that board.
So if you don't like the programming, swap it out. But DM chips are few and far between nowadays.
jonotwist - Is this the DM chip you're talking about?

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jonotwist - Is this the DM chip you're talking about?

Yes. The code for the board is encoded on the chip itself. The board just lets the code run and executes it. (Open transistor.or send the chip + or 0v to know eye status.)
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