- 720 Degrees of sensing, hundreds of pre-calculated outputs at once in specific timing intervals
- The Disk Sensor is the hardware support for the computer software
- All signals are constant and independent
- Track 1 - intake valve,open coil , cylinder 1
- Track 2 - intake valve, close coil, cylinder 1
- Track 3 - intake valve, open coil, cylinder 2
- Fuel injection and Ignition timing
- Computer remains relatively the same size
- Rapid engine testing
- Competitive and potentially standard
- New engine, New sensor.
- 360 Degrees of sensing, one square wave output
- Cannot detect 720 degrees without 2 crankshaft rotations
- Camless engine software is time consuming
- Engine Software manpower is expensive, specialized, and limited
- Some new camless engine computers require water cooling to cool the processors, $
- New camless engine computers are large compared to current computers.
- New camless engine computers require additional expensive processors
- Less efficient in terms of input compared to camshaft engine with a camshaft sensor mechanically fixed!