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Hello 911 Pilots!!

I designed an original electronic circuit and made a printed board. It can control Porsche Sport Exhaust System (PSE) as you want.


First of all, Please watch this movie.



I analyzed the electronic circuit of "Combined Switch" from your information.

Thank you very much!!




I checked the voltage and the current of "Combined Switch" and "Solenoid Valve".



Then, I made an original electronic circuit for evaluation on a bread-board.



This is the smallest micro-computer in the world.



I wrote a controlling program for the micro-computer.



This is an original electronic circuit for controlling PSE which I made.



I designed a printed circuit board in order to increase the reliability for implementing to Porsche.



This is an original printed circuit board.



This is a prototype circuit for controlling PSE.



This circuit has some fail-safe functions for implementing to Porsche.



I checked the operation of the prototype circuit on my desk.

To get more information, please refer http://www.soaristo.jpn.org/PSE

(Sorry, those are written in Japanese.)


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