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 OSI
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ooops, should have read more. found it . Thanks. I have your system ordered. looking forward to it.

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Posted : 21/11/2021 11:04 pm
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Hi,

 

maybe I missed a functionality, or a way to setup it, but I would like to setup the brake to do some "road simulation" or warmup before the dyno runs.

 

I was thinking about an option to use "brake control" with roller rpm, or speed, instead of engine rpm.

 

the second thing I am missing, is an automatic coasting after a run: I know it could be somehow difficult to setup, but sometimes I miss a run by not going over the "end run rpm" due to little wheel slip. Sometimes I can manually force the coasting, sometimes not. 

 

thanks

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Posted : 27/12/2021 9:57 am
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@matteozanusso, for warmup you can do Manual mode, or RPM vs Time. You can also use the sequencer. 

On the coasting:
In practice it does go into Coasting mode when you press the clutch, even if you did not reach end RPM. If you reach the end RPM it is just a bit faster to turn off the brake; it turns off immediately while it otherwise uses the PID to regulate it off. You don't need to manually force the Coasting, it will still work.

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Topic starter Posted : 27/12/2021 11:22 pm
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Super!

 

Is there a writeup about the use of the sequencer?

thanks

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Posted : 29/12/2021 1:56 pm
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The Brake sequencer is pretty simple, it is just Brake % vs time. You can for example start with 10% brake, then after 10 seconds change to 20% then after 30 seconds change to some other percentage etc. It is actually more a demonstrator for how a brake plugin can be created. 

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Topic starter Posted : 29/12/2021 3:41 pm
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Hey Tuners!

YourDyno version 3.2.139 (beta) was released today. Here are the highlights: 

  • Live graphs in the main window 😎! See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5lXFlYo6t8
  • Ability to manually scale axis in the main graph areas. Right click on the axis to bring up the Manual scaling window, or right click in the graph and click "Set Scale manually". The previous "Set scale to default" was renamed to "Auto scale"
  • A few other smaller cleanups

Note that this is a rather large change internally, so upgrade when you have a little time to check that everything is ok.

As always, let me know of any issues!

 

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Topic starter Posted : 29/12/2021 7:13 pm
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 OSI
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I love the live graphs and being able to lock my own settings on graphs!!!!

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Posted : 31/12/2021 12:08 am
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Posted by: @dave78

What about the ability to automatically control the throttle based upon an graph similar to the rpm curves.

I currently use a servo motor to operate the throttle and would be great to be able to link into the yourdyno system and automate once the run button is pressed.

Thanks,

Dave

Posted by: @matteozanusso

Hi,

 

maybe I missed a functionality, or a way to setup it, but I would like to setup the brake to do some "road simulation" or warmup before the dyno runs.

 

I was thinking about an option to use "brake control" with roller rpm, or speed, instead of engine rpm.

 

the second thing I am missing, is an automatic coasting after a run: I know it could be somehow difficult to setup, but sometimes I miss a run by not going over the "end run rpm" due to little wheel slip. Sometimes I can manually force the coasting, sometimes not. 

 

thanks

Hello, a "rpm and throttle % controlled" VS time would be great to do brake in the engine after a full rebuilding. it can be be a road or track simulation.

Do you think i could be done with a plugin?  (maybe using the second output to use a stepper motor to control the throttle)

I just bought a complete yourdyno kit to use with a truck telma retarder. i will do an engine dyno and it would be great to brake in the engine on the dyno (better than doing it on road, it's boring and not all the customers are following the instructions).

Your product is great, looking forward to receive and use it.

Thank you for your answer

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