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(@bernard-makhraz)
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Hi , what percentage does the power sweep apply the brakes through the sweep ? When I use it it seems it doesn’t have enough brakes applied till it gets higher in the rpm range . I set the sweep to start on 3000 and when I check the brake percentage it looks like it always starts braking after that and not enough percentage applied . Is there a way to set this ?

thanks 

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Posted : 17/05/2020 8:34 pm
(@bernard-makhraz)
Member Customer

When yourdyno is reading rpm for power sweep which signal does it use when making its calculations? I have hooked up the rpm signal through my spark plug lead which works great , but is this the rpm it’s using or does it still relay on the roller for its calculations? 
thanks heaps 

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Posted : 19/05/2020 9:36 pm
(@bernard-makhraz)
Member Customer

The problem I’m having is when I do a power run it holds the brake on at about 5k rpm and won’t let the car rev higher than that unless I wait . It seems like it’s loading way to much ? It then gives me a ridiculous high hp reading . I have a eddy current brake and it’s set to analog output brake 0-5v . Any help will be great 

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Posted : 20/05/2020 10:05 am
(@admin)
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@bernard-makhraz, yes you need an RPM sensor on the rollers/brake. See https://yourdyno.com/YourDynoHelp/brake-rpm-sensors/

So the engine RPM sensor, if you have one, is only there to set the gear ratio. Brakes are controlled via the sensor at the brakes, using the gear ratio to calculate the corresponding engine RPM. 

For an eddy brake, Power sweep is a good option. You set the Start RPM, End RPM and RPM change rate. You can also set a wait period before the sweep starts. If you want it less then just decrease the number of seconds. 

The latest version includes a ramp-up functionality where the brake is smoothly increased to a set value as you get near the start RPM, then the PID takes over. With this, skipping the wait period completely is also possible. Download here: https://yourdyno.com/YourDynoInstaller_3.2.83.exe

Let us know if you still have issues!

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Posted : 23/05/2020 8:18 pm
(@bernard-makhraz)
Member Customer

@admin hi yes I do have a sensor on the rollers but does your dyno only use that for calculations or does it use the spark plug lead attachment also for this ? 

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Posted : 24/05/2020 5:47 am
(@admin)
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@bernard-makhraz, it uses only the roller RPM sensor. Engine RPM (from spark plug lead, OBD, etc) is just for gear ratio calculation. 

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Posted : 24/05/2020 8:13 am
(@bernard-makhraz)
Member Customer

@admin ok cool , what ramp rate is a norm for a engine approx 600-700hp ? 

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Posted : 24/05/2020 10:19 pm
(@bernard-makhraz)
Member Customer

@admin hi gave it a try today and got it to work very well 👌only thing I couldn’t get the new version to work . It downloaded fine but the new features didn’t show up .

thanks again 

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Posted : 26/05/2020 10:36 am
(@admin)
Member Admin

@bernard-makhraz, good to hear. 

For the ramp rate, it is up to you. I like to for example 250 RPM/sec.

You find the new feature in the attach pic.

 

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Posted : 26/05/2020 10:12 pm
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