Massive Dev Chart Timer - User Guide
How to Change the Settings
The DEFAULT SETTINGS are stored in the main iOS SETTINGS APP that has a gearbox icon. You must exit the Massive Dev Chart Timer and go to SETTINGS > MASSIVE DEV
Temperature Scale: Select Celsius (°C) or Farenheit (°F)
Volume Scale: Select milliliters (ml) or US fluid ounces (fl oz)
Countdown Timer: Enable this setting if you prefer the timer to countdown rather than show the elapsed time.
Brightness Warning: Turn off to disable the popup warnings. Be sure you have read the warning and understand how to use the red and green safelight modes before disabling.
Autostart Timer: Turn on if you want the timer steps to run automatically without user intervention. This feature is particularly useful if you are developing in complete darkness as you do not need to press any buttons once the timer has started
Interval Delay: Set the number of seconds (10-300) the timer will wait between steps. The Autostart Timer setting must be enabled for the delay to take effect. The Interval Delay will be applied to all steps.
Volume: Set the volume you most commonly use. For example, if you are using a Paterson Univeral tank any usually develop a single roll of 120 film, you would set this to the tank capacity of 500ml
Stop Bath: Set a standard time for Stop Bath
Fixing A: Set a standard time for Fixing
Fixing B: If you use a two-bath fixing technique, set a standard time for the second Fixer bath. Otherwise, set to zero.
Hypo Clear: Set a standard time for use with a hypo clearing agent (eg. Permawash, Kodak Hypo Clear). If you do not use any type of fixer remover you should set this to zero to eliminate the step.
Final Wash: Set your Final Wash time
Rinse Aid: Set a short time for addition of a Rinse Aid or Wetting Agent (eg. Photo Flo)
Initially: Set the default length of the initial agitation period, normally 30 secs or 60 secs.
Afterwards: Set the default length of subsequent agitation periods, normally 5 secs or 10 secs.
Repeat Every: Set the default frequency of each agitation sequence, normally every 30 secs or 60 secs.