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Duty Cycle Meters?
> # Second problem, under acceleration when the WOT switch operated the
> # duty cycle would drop to 50%. This indicates (on a MAC02 anyway) that
> # the idle switch is still closed. So I'd be happily accelerating away
> # until I hit the WOT switch, which instead of richening the mixture
> # actually leaned it out. Cool thing about this "feature" was the
> # temperature sensitivty of it. Hooking up a voltmeter to the idle
> # switch prior to this showed the idle switch to be functioning
> # normally?
> ... too bad we can't call up the OXS duty cycle on our trip computers, at
> least for those of us that have them (my 4k & 5ks do, the urq doesn't)
There has been some interest in a duty cycle meter, so I'm going to
be designing one around a PIC and a couple of 7 segment displays.
Who would be interested given a cost of $20 to $30?