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« on: April 23, 2010, 07:58:40 07:58 »

My project PWM DRL for the car.

The device is intended for automatic inclusion of a dipped beam at a start of motion of the car and power regulation on lamps of a dipped beam depending on a movement mode.
Increases traffic safety and prolongs a resource of lamps.



Algorithm of operation.

In a start of motion, at reaching by the car of speed of 6 km/h the device smoothly includes lamps of a dipped beam to 55 % from power of an onboard network. In a range of speeds 70... 95 km/h power are installed on 75 %, and at speeds above 95 km/h of 95 % from power of an onboard network.
After a stop of the car for the period of more than 15 seconds the power decreases to 25 %. At renewal of movement the power is again installed according to the above described algorithm.
At inclusion by the driver of a dipped beam by the regular switch the power is installed 100 %.
After turn off of ignition of a lamp some more seconds shine, and then die away.

The device works only with sensors of speed with 6 impulses on metre.


Excuse for my very bad English. It is operation of the online translator.  Grin
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« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2017, 11:28:30 11:28 »

Can you provide the source file for the firmware, please?
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« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2017, 12:05:29 12:05 »

Can you provide the source file for the firmware, please?
This has not been posted in over 7 years and is no longer a member here so doubt you will obtain source code
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