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freeSim hardware: Suggestions, requests and feedback thread 
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Hi all

Please keep all discussions related to freeSim hardware in this thread.

Current contribution phase: Collecting ideas and feedbacks on the initial requirements/design document.

Thank you
Alex

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Sun Feb 17, 2008 6:09 pm
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Digital pots:A local friend of mine (big thanks Mark) had suggested using cheap digital pots (something like these) for non-time/resolution-critical analog outputs like temperature.

THAT is a damn good idea, and should be pillaged for FreeEMS use ;-)

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Digital pots:A local friend of mine (big thanks Mark) had suggested using cheap digital pots (something like these) for non-time/resolution-critical analog outputs like temperature.

THAT is a damn good idea, and should be pillaged for FreeEMS use ;-)


Wrong thread for feedback buddy :x :lol:
please delete the last two posts (and move your feedback) here

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Wrong thread for feedback buddy :x :lol:
please delete the last two posts (and move your feedback) here


done :-)

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done :-)


Thanks! :roll:



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What's that Alex? You don't want me to post in your feedback thread? :-p

ME wrote:
DACs would be nice

accurate signals such that noise can be overlaid

patterned sweeping of rpm at various rates of change etc

such that you can run a full all conditions test suite


There ya go :-P

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Fri Mar 07, 2008 7:42 am
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i am actually seriously considering making one of those open arch FPGA based oscilloscopes/analyzers and integrate it with freeSim.

later on (if i get bored ;) ) i can perhaps experiment with the FPGA for doing Ion Sensing and PPP estimation.
Anyone wants to build me a 400 VDC circuit for my car? I don't have analog electronics knowledge to design this myself.

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