well anyways, the teg will be park in the garage for winter starting this weekend so the engineering will begin tomorrow night.
i plan to have this thing done before the spring. it's gona be my winter project. But hey, maybe we can be partners in future projects that i already have in mind.haha, i guess thats a fancy way to say it. i'm in the same program but electrical tech suits me
maybe we can conquer this mission together once i grab that degree. and can afford the equipment, haha
so the s2k gauges use an analog signal to convert into its display (in this case a square wave)... what does the integra use then? because you mentioned converting the signal.
I think this may very well be the coolest project.
edit: ok I read the beginning wrong haha. the dc uses a square wave signal from tranny to speedo, so a converter in place to match the rate from s2k gauge and tranny?
And then for temp gauge, another process to count obd2 temp to output the display.
Are you planning to use HDL to program the chip?
gotcha, that's gonna be one of the most unique, and best way to apply a degree I've seen in awhile. I should go figure something cool to do after college lol.right, we want to convert a low frequency to a higher or lower frequency. don't know the exact conversion yet because i haven't even powered up the unit yet. for the temp it will be and A/D conversion which will be output as a PWM signal. got it? that's what that graph was for.
as for programming, i will be using the cyress programmer that comes with my kit.