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 ====== ECMLink (V3Lite) Screenshots ====== ====== ECMLink (V3Lite) Screenshots ======
  
-V3Lite is a more basic (but cheaper) version of our standard package. ​ However, it's still fully capable of doing all the basic engine management you need to get started.  You can get more details on what's included in each version off our [[prodcompare|production comparison page]].+V3Lite is a more basic (but less expensive) version of our standard package. ​ However, it's still fully capable of doing all the basic engine management you need to get started.
  
-V3Lite includes our MUCH enhanced logging system.  ​You can expect to see 1000+ __synchronized__ samples per second from the factory ECU!  We've been doing this stuff on Mitsubishi ECUs for over 10 years. ​ We know how to make it work and work right. ​ It also includes ​our high quality, fully opto-isolated USB datalogging cable.+You can get more details on what's included in each version off our [[prodcompare|production comparison page]].
  
-You also get all of the following:+V3Lite includes our enhanced logging system. ​ You can expect to see 1000+ __synchronized__ samples per second from the factory ECU!  We've been doing this stuff on Mitsubishi ECUs for over 10 years. ​ We know how to make it work and work right. ​ It also includes our high quality, fully opto-isolated USB datalogging cable. 
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 +You also get:
  
   * Injector and deadtime compensation   * Injector and deadtime compensation
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   * Open loop thresholds ​   * Open loop thresholds ​
  
-And last, but not least, we've decided to add a version of our [[sdsetup|Speed Density]] solution!! ​ This allows for adjustments up to 8000 RPM and about 26psi of boost. ​ You can still run beyond 8000 RPM and you can run more than 26psi of boost. ​ You simply don't have adjustment points beyond those limits. ​ You can get details on the theory behind speed density on [[sd101|this page]] and details on how to configure your car for SD off [[sdsetup|this page]].+And last, but not least, we've decided to add a version of our [[sdsetup|Speed Density]] solution!! ​ This allows for adjustments up to 8000 RPM and about 26psi of boost. 
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 +You can still run beyond 8000 RPM and you can run more than 26psi of boost. ​ You simply don't have adjustment points beyond those limits. ​ You can get details on the theory behind speed density on [[sd101|this page]] and details on how to configure your car for SD off [[sdsetup|this page]].
  
 Screen shots below. ​ Of course, you can click on the image thumbnail to get a better (larger) view.  This is by no means a user manual. ​ The ECMLink application includes a number of help pages built in.  This page is just an overview to get a quick general idea of what the application is like. Screen shots below. ​ Of course, you can click on the image thumbnail to get a better (larger) view.  This is by no means a user manual. ​ The ECMLink application includes a number of help pages built in.  This page is just an overview to get a quick general idea of what the application is like.
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 +**NOTE:** The screen shots below were made back when V3Lite was first release. ​ At that time, we had far fewer tabs and options available in the application than we do now.  Please refer to our [[prodcompare|production comparison page]] for a list of what you can do with V3Lite. ​ Use the screen shots below as a general illustration only.  They do not present everything possible with V3Lite.
  
  
v3litescreenshots.txt · Last modified: 2010/11/27 05:07 by twdorris