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Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby decipha » Thu Nov 17, 2016 12:21 pm

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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby decipha » Tue Mar 07, 2017 8:59 pm

Ive decided its best to use the superlogger for logging inputs for additonal widebands oil pressure fuel pres etc...
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby Landho » Tue Mar 07, 2017 11:48 pm

Thanks!

Also - for us newbies - some clarifications. In BE, it's Transfer Functions... where you map EVP to AFR (assuming using EGR, in BE from either data logging or User pref screen - click Transfer Functions, select Ch 1 Transfer Function, choose EVP, then assign to AFR)

Supperlogger is a Moate product, http://www.moates.net/superlogger-p-304.html?cPath=31 (am I allowed to link? I am not a sponsor nor do I own this product {yet})

Check your wideband ground, too... Innovative MTXL .. I had a weird issue getting my wideband to dial in, causing me to chase exhaust leaks and other areas for several hours ... I got frustrated and decided to work on electric fans for a while - I moved my fan wiring around, specifically the ground for the fan relay was same post (behind dash) as ground for wideband. After change, wideband was all of the sudden relatively in-line with what I expected to LAMBSE. Maybe it was my fan relay, or something else... regardless, as the instructions say don't steal power from other sources for the wideband, I suggest to not leverage common ground posts or at least try another ground post if you're having weird issue with wb output.

Also - BE folks - Probably everyone knows this... but, I didn't ... so - when using BE to log with wideband and trying to use the dashboard to view AFR, be sure to right-click on the AFR cell in the BE dashboard and select config - then choose AFR as the tag (or whatever name you assigned to your transfer funtion to assign EGR or whatever to wideband input). It's also possible when you license your wideband and install the license than, for some odd reason, your user preference setting for "save datalogs with calibration" may get checked ... and you'll complain to BE developer that your logging isn't working anymore, when in fact it is saving to the location of your saved calibration.
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby decipha » Wed Mar 08, 2017 12:48 am

yep link away this is the users forum we need not worry what other forums require

good tip, all grounds should always be filtered tĥough the chassis as outline in the pre tune info, that being said, motors are very electrically noisy due to their windings, they should never be tied in to anything
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby dukes62gal » Sun Mar 12, 2017 5:39 pm

How do I set up a transfer for an Autometer WB with 1.30 lambda at 0V and 0.70 lambda at 4V (MAX)?
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby decipha » Sun Mar 12, 2017 6:37 pm

what software are you using?
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby dukes62gal » Tue Mar 14, 2017 5:17 am

Tunerpro
I tried to figure out the calculation using the steps outlined on Moates website, but the 4v max instead of 5v must have thrown me off. Your WB02-C is the closest match I could get, but obviously it is still off.
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby SlowBox » Sun Mar 19, 2017 10:54 pm

Decipha,

If the EGR position range is 0-52535, why do you divide the payload by 12,800 to get voltage instead of 13,107? I made an equation for my LM-1 and I'm curious why you did what you did.
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby decipha » Mon Mar 20, 2017 11:05 am

2^16=65536 / 5.12 maximum volts = 12,800

for eec-4

eec-5 is different only measures up to 5.005 volts thus /13094.4
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby SlowBox » Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:20 pm

Excellent. I'll need to change my voltage correction then to dial the equation back in.
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby Willy87 » Tue Aug 01, 2017 9:39 pm

I have an AEM wbo2 and I'm now learning to tune with TunerProRT. I read in your wide-band write-up that you can right click on the dashboard on the "Wbo2-LC1" gauge and select the AEM wbo2 in a drop down. I'm having trouble finding this drop down option. When I right click the gauge I see edit gauges or values. Do I need to go into edit gauges and just add the gauge? Or am I missing something and there's a pre-set list for the AEM wideband?
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby decipha » Wed Aug 02, 2017 1:49 am

download the latest universal adx file off the homepage for eec-iv

go to the dash make sure eec-iv dash is being view and not the eec-v dash, its the default dash so it should pop up first, anywho, wbo2-aem is the wideband, it should show up right in the middle of the screen already, you can right click on it and select an lc1 plx etc... aem is the default though

be sure to download the latest gufx xdf off the homepage too, i added some things to it just last night, you will have to remove the universal adx patch and re-enable it to get the latest and greatest goodies

I must admit im fuckin tickled with where i finally got her, i went from a foxbody to my marauder using the same ADX, its so nice
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby Bad86capri » Wed Aug 02, 2017 2:26 pm

Speaking of the Marauder. How do you like it?
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Re: Wideband Setup - Logging Inputs Write Up

Unread postby decipha » Wed Aug 02, 2017 3:01 pm

its a comfortable car, she does pretty good on economy too i can knock down 20mpg with the cruise set at 85mph, ill prob b driving her up to indianapolis this year for PRI
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