A controller that can exist in an under hood automotive application that can take inputs from a 3 bar map sensor, pedal position sensor, and rpm signal to control the behavior of a bypass valve.
The bypass starts open, when pedal reaches past 50% we would want it to close the bypass valve until it hits target map of 10psi and level the voltage to 3.5.
The controller needs to see throttle input and decide when it sees anything over 1.94 volts it needs to wake the bypass valve. Using the current map voltage decide to open the bypass until it sees map voltage reach kpa of 66 kpa and hold that map voltage even if it has to move the butterfly (throttle) a bit to maintain that 66 kpa until it sees throttle voltage drop at all then it powers off the bypass valve until it sees a rise in throttle voltage resume and map kpa is at 66 kpa
A voltage and kpa/psi map is available.
Project principles are available for questions an open for suggestions.
We would like a prototype for real world confirmation testing and plans for a production run if initial results are good. We are open to suggestions for solutions, a pcb or arduino solution are among viable options.
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