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mtxinstall [2012/03/14 07:37]
twdorris
mtxinstall [2012/03/14 07:38]
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 ==== BLACK wire - notes ==== ==== BLACK wire - notes ====
 A good, solid high-current grounding point here.  The ECU pins listed above are good choices or you can try a good, clean chassis ground point too. A good, solid high-current grounding point here.  The ECU pins listed above are good choices or you can try a good, clean chassis ground point too.
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 ==== YELLOW and BROWN wire - notes ==== ==== YELLOW and BROWN wire - notes ====
-The YELLOW wire is defined by default to have a mapping of 0V = 7.35 AFR (0.5 lambda) and 5V = 22.39 AFR (1.52 lambda). ​ This will work nicely using ECMLink'​s LC-1 datalogging item.  So run the BROWN wire into your selected ECU input for logging and then configure ECMLink to use this input for the LC-1 log item (ECU Inputs tab) and, optionally, for the narrowband simulation function as well.+The YELLOW wire is defined by default to have a mapping of 0V = 7.35 AFR (0.5 lambda) and 5V = 22.39 AFR (1.52 lambda). ​ This will work nicely using ECMLink'​s LC-1 datalogging item.  So run the YELLOW ​wire into your selected ECU input for logging and then configure ECMLink to use this input for the LC-1 log item (ECU Inputs tab) and, optionally, for the narrowband simulation function as well.
  
 The BROWN wire from the MTX-L is defined by default as the "​narrowband"​ simulation output. ​ Because you're using ECMLink, you can leave this wire disconnected (but isolated from ground with some heatshrink or electrical tape) and simply use ECMLink'​s [[v3narrowbandsim|narrowband simulation]] function instead. The BROWN wire from the MTX-L is defined by default as the "​narrowband"​ simulation output. ​ Because you're using ECMLink, you can leave this wire disconnected (but isolated from ground with some heatshrink or electrical tape) and simply use ECMLink'​s [[v3narrowbandsim|narrowband simulation]] function instead.
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