I have allready long time wanted to change into DD wheel and you could consider my quite hardcore simracer when we talk of amount of hours what i put for simulator (which unfortunately do not reflect to results but well i enjoy it anyway)
I also have done quite a lot of DIY building: wheels, button boxes etc and decited to go on with OSW Simcube 1 building project dispite the fact that Mika said to get commercial solution. But well i like tinkering and building things and hope that going with Simcube 1 with DIY wont be wrong selection.
I am now building setup to old ATX case where i have put NDR480 PSU and Mige has arrived with cables from China this week. I have also some packages waiting delivery in post so i hope some of the things what i have ordered for build are there also.
I have been also thinking if i would put seat belt tensionar PSU to same case with Arduino control board with separate power feed but i am thinking would that create ground loop or some other issues in case. I will probably find out that later.
I am working in a company which is building devices which communicate in Low Voltage Electricity network and in my previous task in Customer Projects one part of our delivery project was to find out devices which are creating interferance to PLC network in certain frequency range which will block communication from devices. Typical example in your own home would be like example that lights or touch activing household devices like example ovens are not working correctly. Turning on or off etc. My interest is what frequency spectrum looks like when Mige is running and active. Is there interferance in certain frequency ranges what Mige creates. I try to have our analyse tools borrowed from work and make measurements after build is ready and then also if there is some frequnzy found i try some common 1-phase filters what we normally use to filter out malfuctioning PSU’s, LED lights, frequency converters etc.
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