Mustang asm 97
I am building a ASM97 currently as well!
My advice is be careful with that eddy power supply. I made a bonehead move trying to scope the load side waveform. My scope wasn't isolated from ground and I let the smoke out of that card. I found a burnt trace on the pcb and repaired that but now all it does is produce full power, I cant modulate it with a 0-5v or 0-10v.
I am excited to see your build. I am currently re-gearing mine to slow the flywheel and eddy down so I can spin the rollers at a much faster speed than the rated "60 mph"
has anyone used this for engine rpm MSD Ignition 8918 Tach Signal GMR Pickup this is the inf on it
Tachometer Signal Pickup
Tach Signal GMR Pickup
Tach Signal GMR Pickup; Converts Low-Voltage/High-Current Pulse To A Clean 12-Volt Square Wave; No Splicing Required;
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- Clip to a coil pack primary lead to for a stable 12V square wave
- For a tach; shift light or RPM-activated accessory
- Connect to a diesel injector wire for an easy tach installation
- Operates w/5-24 Volt Input For Universal Applications
Just think of the things you can easily accomplish with our GMR pickup! This little device simply attaches, with no splicing or cutting, to a current carrying wire and turns that information into a 12 Volt RPM signal. This signal can be used to activate a shift light, RPM activation switch or a tachometer. One example is to connect the GMR, which stands for giant Electro-Magnetic, to a diesel injector current wire. This will produce a signal that can be used to trigger a tachometer or shift light! Another example is on late-model engine equipped with a coil-on-plug ignition system. One of the coil's primary current wires is simply routed into the pickup clip and GMR converts this pulsing into a 12 Volt signal for a shift light!
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The airbags are for lifting the bar in the middle between the rollers to get the car out. You need to control this separately with compressed air.
I don't know what that electric motor is. Normally there is no need to spin up the rollers, the car under test does that. Don't connect it to the YourDyno box. You can post a picture of it, maybe we know when we see it.