I'm confused about the how Tripoli's revised rules for remotely armed altimeters impact procedures for the TRS. On the first page of that thread (here), Skip Shannon said specifically that the TRS wasn't on the list of approved remote arming devices, and Cris "Mr. Eggtimer" Erving clarified why that was the case. But I don't understand what the implications are for complying with the rule using the TRS. If the TRS is built per Cris' instructions (two batteries, and switches in-line with the main board and deployment power pads), do we still follow the procedures outlined in the manual: - start with the deployment power turned off (screw switch in my case) - turn on the TRS main board (another screw switch) and base station, confirm sync and GPS lock - button up the rocket -- if you haven't already connected the charges, you could do this now. I do this with the altimeter turned off before final packing - Check-in/RSO the rocket with the altimeter/tracker on and the deployment power off - Put the rocket on the rail, insert the igniter, turn on the deployment power, connect the igniter to the launch system, step away, and initiate the launch sequence after humans are clear of the pads. Is anything different now? Sidebar -- please no sidebars here with opinions on Tripoli's revised ruling. Plenty of space for that on the other thread. I'm just interested in being fully compliant using the TRS.