The Stall Saver function effectively prevents the engine from stalling by increasing the RPM if it falls below the RPM indicated in the function settings. This function is also now incorporated in the idle control function.
Select an available output wire, typically a DPO (Digital Pulsed Output) or Stepper Output that will be connected for the Stall Saver function.
Controls the whether the output is normal or inverted. Low will ground the output wire when the output is set to be On. Setting to High will invert this signal, with the output wire being grounded when the output is set to be Off, and not grounded when it is set to be On. (Default = Low)
When the engine RPM is at this value, the Stall Saver function will activate. This is not a common function since idle control systems have been installed but is typically wired to a solenoid valve or throttle kicker to supply more air when the engine is about to stall.