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Should this (uC) be part of an interrupt table how is the information used? (individulal bits or bytes) or separate chip to distinguish uC / chip addresses and whether its a command or program (ICSP)?
Note if the uC doesnt have an a\d then there would be an A\D between the latch and uC
Also to Program uC with BT from laptop using ICSP
Allow the laptop to modify code (ICSP) in the uC or uC's, connected on a single bus with BT.
Allow the laptop to Modify the uC program ie change the scale or order of reads, put to sleep, turn off etc on the fly with BT.
I dont think one chip would handle all that work
I live in a 40foot school bus (converted to motor home) with 2 main electrical systems... 12V and 24V.24V is the bus running gear and 12v is the internal system lights power etc.
Long term I would like to build a dash to automate, monitor and control most of bus from the drivers seat.