Re: [DML] Re: DMC clock reproduction (and other options)
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Re: [DML] Re: DMC clock reproduction (and other options)



Bernie wrote:
> I think I could figure out most of them except the temp one.  Where would one pick up a reading/power signal for
> overheating?
>
> Bernie
>
>   
Easiest way to do that would be to just add a thermal switch, one that 
doesn't conduct until a temperature higher than the normal temp engine 
runs at. However I don't know the best place to put  the sensor. I don't 
know if it'd be best in the coolant stream, or actually attached to the 
block somewhere.

Another way would be to build a current sensing circuit to work off the 
existing temp sender, that triggers an output (led, light, whatever) 
whenever the current flowing through sender (feeding the gauge) gets to 
a certain level.

Though since Deloreans have temp gauges, there really isn't a need for 
an idiot light such as this. Especially in a spot not immediately in 
front of the drivers line of sight like the rest of the instruments. 
However the rest of the stuff is quite neat, and i'll probably emulate 
myself in my own D.

-- 
Chris
VIN# 3209
http://badger.brazi.net/index.pl/delorean






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