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    Does anyone know how to or if it is possible receive a 0-5v frequency signal through the a/d inputs?

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    With a frequency converter, duah

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    The A/D inputs take 0-5V analog signals.

    Do you have a circuit that converts frequency to analog 0-5V...?

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    Right, I hadn't thought about a signal converter for this situation. Amazon has them!

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    I'll take a look on Amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wideopen121 View Post
    Does anyone know how to or if it is possible receive a 0-5v frequency signal through the a/d inputs?
    V2 or V3
    If I recall correctly the V3 will accept Serial or CAN but no longer accepts analog signals

    https://forum.efilive.com/showthread...ernal-ad-setup

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