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Bit-Switch with Memory effect?

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Hi,

sorry for the bad English, im from Germany...

i have read the Bit-Switch project. Very great!

can the pic-file be programmed to use memory effect?

example:

first time >1.65mS pulse = Logic High [ON]

stick back to center <1.55ms Pulse = Logic High [ON] Memory effect ...

second time >1.65mS pulse = Logic Low [OFF]

stick back to center <1.55ms Pulse = Logic Low [OFF] Memory effect ...

third time >1.65mS pulse = Logic High [ON]

and so on..

for channel one and two ?

i hope you can understand me....

have a nice day...

Poldi

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I had made something like this in the past, but a bit different, that is with 2 thresholds:

pulse between high and low thresholds: nothing happens

pulse > high threshold: turns output ON

pulse < low threshold: turns output OFF

the thresholds being programmable with a push switch.

That was initially designed as an electronic ignition cutoff for my 60cc gas motor, that would spare an extra channel by connecting it in parallel to the throttle channel. With a careful mixing on the TX, it would work with a switch in the way that the switch needed to be ON and the throttle at 100% to turn ignition ON, and the switch OFF and throttle at idle to turn it off and thus prevent an unwanted change. I ended not using it <_<:lol:

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can the pic-file be programmed to use memory effect?

As Kilrah mentioned, software could be written to do that. However, a toggle output is not something Bit-Switch was designed to offer.

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