Prototype of a new engine sound unit that replays true recorded sound files stored in the program memory of the microcontroller chip. This version is aimed at feeding a remote iPod style battery operated amplifier/speaker which may better suit smaller craft, though it can be used with a decent power amp and large well mounted speaker for optimum results.
- Has start-up, run and stop sounds, the run sound varying in sympathy with the throttle setting.
- Motor has simulated 'inertia' for greater realism
- Push button setting of neutral and idling time-out period.
- A preset potentiometer adjusts the engine's top speed.
- 3.5mm stereo jack for audio out to speaker/amp
- A range of different engine sounds are available.
|VIDEO - FE100/101 early prototype|