Intake and Exhaust Cam Inputs - Select an appropriate input wire, typically either the Home or an SPI (Synchronised Pulsed Input), that will be wired to the selected cam position sensor. Each variable cam must have a position sensor so the ECU knows it’s position.
Intake and Exhaust Cam Outputs - Select an appropriate output wire, typically a DPO (Digital Pulsed Output) that will be connected to your Cam Control Solenoid. Each variable cam will have a solenoid to control position.
This table sets the amount of time in microseconds that the signal pulse on the SPI must remain in a transitioned state in order for the signal to be accepted as valid.
Any pulse shorter than this time will be considered a glitch on the signal and rejected by the ECU.
Use this table to prevent any signal noise. 2D mapping is available.
Too small of a Glitch Filter value will cause the ECU to accept potential noise pulses as valid signals.
Too large of a Glitch Filter value will cause the ECU to ignore valid signals.