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    dccd system voltage

    thinking of fitting dccd to ppg box

    is the system a pwm of the 12v to lock the plates or varable voltage as my current ecu can control a pwm of the voltage to lock the pates

    can set up % of lock against % of throttle pedal to control the dccd output

    can anyone answer this please

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    PWM. Usual is PWM low-side drive to one side of the DCCD, other side connected to +12V.

    But not sure lock as a % of throttle is the right way to control it!
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    how would you advise to control it

    boost vrs % lock
    was terzo neil here but locked out of account due to email change

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    You would control it best to suit what you're using the vehicle for.
    speed didnt kill me, but taxation probably will

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    also ensure that the driver in your ecu can supply enough current

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