[Bulk] Re: [Diy_efi] Modular approach to EFI controllers

Mike niche
Tue Oct 2 08:06:45 UTC 2007

yes good point, having things like that built in are quite
handy and if you set up a website to sell the CPLD as a
general purpose timing controller for all sorts of semi-industrial
projects you could do quite well, few other things you can
add like a inspection port to display/acquire status etc


ps: sounds like featuritis virus might get a hold  <arrrghh> ;-)

At 03:37 PM 10/2/07, you wrote:
>--- ian <spyro at f2s.com> wrote:
>> leisurely basis - and if the ARM freezes, the TC can
>> simply call a stop
>> to things before your engine fries (hard watchdog).
>How about having it reset the ARM? Give it a bit of
>logic so that it'll shut down if it has to reset the
>ARM too many times in a specific time period- which
>would indicate a problem.
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