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'[PIC:] PIC in hostile enviroment'
Rodrigo Valladares P
with the help of some PIClisters, i'm developing a distributorless
ignition module for a jeep, all the pieces match together, and the
problem seems to face the software side. Since i'm not and EE, but a
software guy with no experience in circuits in real life, i'm concerned
about how robust is a solution based in pic + consumer electronics, i
can trust in pic products for a real application? (no flames, i have
developed products with months of operation, but no one in an automotive
or critical enviroment), are products more releables than others? i can
take some special precautions with enclosure or pcb (home made, no
smt)?, how about the other electronics components?, and finally, where i
can read some about noise filtering in power supply, inputs and outputs
that works well?
thaks in advance
Rodrigo Valladares P <mit.edu> wrote: piclist
> with the help of some PIClisters, i'm developing a distributorless
> ignition module for a jeep .... where i can read some about noise
> filtering in power supply, inputs and outputs that works well?
You need to read Intel's appnote #AP-125, "Designing Microcontroller
Systems for Electrically Noisy Environments". Written over a decade
ago, and still the best I've seen at describing the problem and
Go to http://www.intel.com and search for "ap-125".
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