MAHA LPS 13 project. Many questions
Can you save the options (Options->Backup options to file) and send it to me at email@example.com? I will check.
In the meantime if you're in a hurry, you can exit YourDyno and delete this directory: (navigate with a file explorer):
Then restart YourDyno. It will have fresh options.
Please send me the saved options file first, so I can fix this for the next release.
problem solved!!!! i put the usb in a different port on the pc than where it was the first time while installing yourdyno. I deleted the usb/com port driver manually and the yourdyno software. disconeccted yourdyno and installed yourdyno again an put the usb back and it worked again. something went wrong with te usb i quess. i use windows 10
What is the maximum power that this dyno can measure?
Are you satisfied with this software or do you have any comments about it?
Have you some photos how to connect a strain gauge to a telma brake.
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If you read this topic most of your questions are answered. I still use the original strain gauge of the MAHA. A technical guy from Maha UK told me they stil use the same one on the latest models. I attached it to the yourdyno and calibrated it with some weight and ik works fine. The signal is very linear. I measured the internal resistance of the Telma CC160 brake (11,8 ohm) and connect it to 200 volt. And set the maximum current of the power supply to 16 Ampere. I use the power supply from sportdevices. Simple installing and reliable in use. For the speed sensor trigger wheel i used a 36 tooth the camshaft chainwheel from a Volkswagen 1.4 TSI distribution. Did some machining to make it fit on the axle of the original triggerwheel. And made the yourdyno hall sensor on the original place of the old inductive speedsensor. And it works fine! I got a wire diagram of the LPS 13. I will post a picture of the connections but have to find it on my workshop.