virgilmobile wrote:It's slick,and looks like it can be adapted for different functions. In the deep south,I wouldn't use some of the features you've implemented.Heated boots?I need a air conditioned helmet.
Will you share the basic technology components on the bike PC? I can't seem to locate the same PCB.
newday777 wrote:Nice GS. How about some pics of the control switches for the PC? Did you do up a pictorial How To?
virgilmobile wrote:You could add a spike suppression diode on the offending relay,and a 0.01 uf across the contacts.
Or you may need to feed the pc with a LC network and sprinkle a few 0.01 uf to gnd. to knock out a short spike.The big cap helps to stabilize it,but may not react fast enough to absorb a micro spike.
Question....Did you have to provide heat to the LCD so it will operate in the Frozen North?
virgilmobile wrote:A length of wire with a battery arcing contact....Isn't that the first MORSE code???
RFI is fun to deal with, Glad you found it.
We had a Dodge charger cop car that would randomly start flashing the head/tail lights...RFI from the radar would trigger the BCM lighting.Fun,fun.
What did you have to give for the low fuel sensor? where,and is it the same as the 88?
Mine is removed as it failed,Weird piece of material inside.Resistance goes low when dry and hi when wet.I thought about putting in a mercury tilt switch....
virgilmobile wrote:Ok,not a Varactor.I did find this article.It seems the most likely design.http://www.analog.com/library/analogDia ... nsing.html
The only thing now is to determine which one is used...the negative temperature coefficient (NTC) thermistors or the positive one.
virgilmobile wrote:Sheesh.Just when you think...somebody comes along and whack......Hmmmm.unhook the resistor that operates the upper transistor and instead of 12 volts all the time,tie it to the acc line or the same circuit as the headlight.That would be a reset function and operate the circuit after the self lamp test mode.
Any ways....I don't even have one to play with....I'm looking into touch triggering a 555 to operate the lamp.
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