DrDudeNL uploaded his latest LPE, an Inline-4. Nothing unusual until we realize it uses variable valve timing automatically controlled by a NXT...
The NXT brick knows the RPM by means of the optical gate in the upper left. It attempts to regulate the valve timing such that the RPM goes up. Typically, when the air pressure is higher, a more agressive timing is possible. Regulation effort can be observed by watching the worm wheel on the right; this rotates a differential which changes the valve timing.
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