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 The default setting is to have the flash unit automatically triggered whenever the [[wiki:​tcb:​operation:​functionlist#​cannon_and_related_functions|Cannon Fire function]] occurs. However, for non-standard applications you can separate the flash unit from the cannon fire by un-checking the **Trigger with cannon** option on the [[http://​openpanzer.org/​wiki/​doku.php?​id=wiki:​opconfig:​tabs:​lightsio#​high_intensity_flash_unit|Lights & I/O tab]] of OP Config. In that case a new function named [[wiki:​tcb:​operation:​functionlist#​cannon_and_related_functions|High Intensity Flash]] will appear in the Function List. It can then be assigned to any trigger independent of the cannon event. ​ The default setting is to have the flash unit automatically triggered whenever the [[wiki:​tcb:​operation:​functionlist#​cannon_and_related_functions|Cannon Fire function]] occurs. However, for non-standard applications you can separate the flash unit from the cannon fire by un-checking the **Trigger with cannon** option on the [[http://​openpanzer.org/​wiki/​doku.php?​id=wiki:​opconfig:​tabs:​lightsio#​high_intensity_flash_unit|Lights & I/O tab]] of OP Config. In that case a new function named [[wiki:​tcb:​operation:​functionlist#​cannon_and_related_functions|High Intensity Flash]] will appear in the Function List. It can then be assigned to any trigger independent of the cannon event. ​
  
-**Note:** Want to use a regular LED for your muzzle flash instead? Connect it to the Aux Output connector (with a suitable resistor inline), and under the Aux Output settings on the [[http://​openpanzer.org/​wiki/​doku.php?​id=wiki:​opconfig:​tabs:​lightsio|Lights & IO]] tab of OP Config, check the "Auto Flash with Cannon"​ option.+**Note:** Want to use a regular LED for your muzzle flash instead? Connect it to the Aux Output connector (with a suitable resistor inline), and under the Aux Output settings on the [[wiki:​opconfig:​tabs:​lightsio#aux_output|Lights & IO]] tab of OP Config, check the "Auto Flash with Cannon"​ option.
  
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