MAHA LPS 13 project. Many questions
Can you switch to English for now then?
That is no problem. Do i need to uninstall the beta version?
No, just change to English in the Language menu
@devolkswagenman, send me (email@example.com) a raw log file and your saved config file and I will take a look!
Also if you have installed the Brake and gear ratio plugin then save a run as a csv file and I will look at the brake response.
I did send you a file and config by Email.
I would like to buy a OBD scantool for yourdyno. But what is the best thing to do? A bluetooth one ore with a USB cable? Which one has the best responding time? Are these okay to use it for RPM pickup
I found these on the internet in the Netherlands. What do you guys think? They say it are original ELM ones.
The only oem ones available atm (as far as I know) are obdlink ones, got one spare including German scan software if you might be interested 🙂
always use wired for best results
For your info, guys: The RPM issue that @devolkswagenman was talking about earlier was solved by a 1kOhm resistor between RPM Signal and 5V on the RPM connector. This is a known issue in particular with long RPM cables and/or many teeth.
The newest revision of the YourDyno box has this 1kOhm resistor built in.
I have to take a look at the shop. I can't remember. I have a wire diagram of the LPS 13. What I did is looking at the colors of the wire of the cell itself. Inside the aluminum box on the chassis. There you can make it work like the same colors on the sell from YourDyno. Maybe you have to twist 2 wires because it give the wrong direction of load.
The -5V wire can go to 0V.
In general you can do trial and error with load cells, there is no damage if you get it wrong. When the load cell is unloaded you should read a number that is fairly close to 0 (+/-200 or so on a scale from -32000 to +32000).