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  1. What ecu are you using? if its a thunder then yes the differential digital inputs are fine to use with high speed inputs. All other ecus are restricted to lower speeds, so a divider circuit would need to be used.
  2. Richard Hill

    RPM CUT Link G4+

    Looking at your log files, I suspect something might be wrong with your triggers, just before the RPM limit cuts in, the engine speed ROC changes dramatically. Can you post a triggerscope of the event? HTH, Richard
  3. No, unfortunately you can't power a can lambda from a plug in pcb (although this has been requested for the future) You will need to follow the instructions, the power needs to come from a nice clean supply, away from inductive loads. HTH, Richard.
  4. Yes, error values are adjustable. 68F is 20 Degrees Celsius so its possible that's the error value. The event log will tell you if you have any errors logged.
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    G4+ Supra 2JZ PNP

    Your error low value for the Lambda is set to 1 Volt. This should normally be 0.05 V or sometimes might need to be 0 Volts to suppress errors on start up. Also, try the Link NTC1-8 & IAT1-8 Calibration and see if they are closer (that normally fixes the bottom end of the cal.)
  6. Are there any fault codes logged for that sensor? If its at 0V or 5V the error value will be substituted. Also, check your error low and error high values. Normally these should be 0.05 and 4.95V HTH, Richard
  7. Not sure if this has been asked for already, but is it possible to allow user controlled assignment of the X axis in cal tables 7-10. The option is almost there but greyed out. For instance, I would like to assign the X axis to a can voltage and then output kPa for MAP. Thanks, Richard.
  8. Have you turned off trig 2 sync?
  9. I use this crimp tool for the expansion connector pins :- https://www.amazon.co.uk/IWISS-Crimping-AWG28-20-Terminals-Connectors/dp/B078WNZ9FW/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=iwiss+crimp+tool&qid=1562861492&s=gateway&sr=8-3 £14.99
  10. yes, pretty much as you say, the signal wire from each gauge needs to be connected to an Analog Volt input, whichever are spare. If the ECUs input impedance is high enough, then it wont affect the gauge reading. (I have piggy backed quite a few successfully) Then assign Oil pressure to the An Volt input and set to a spare calibration table. If the sensor has a linear response then select cal 4,5 or 6 and set the values accordingly. Do the same for Oil Temperature but it will probably have a non linear response so use Cal table 1,2 or 3 , and set the calibration to match what is displayed on the gauge. HTH, Richard.
  11. Haven't looked at the map or the log as I'm on my phone but your max. inj. Duty cycle looks a bit high.
  12. A CAN Lambda will draw up to 1.5 Amps during warm up phase and about 1 Amp to maintain temperature (in ambient surroundings). They must have a good, noise free power supply or if that's not possible, add an electrolytic capacitor near the CAN Lambda (I use 47µF). As Simon said, they really don't work if they are wired near an inductive load.
  13. In PC Link, select ECU settings and then expand auxilliary outputs, click on Aux 5, then double click on function and in the new box that pops up choose Test (On) and then ok . The check engine light should come on. Change back to CEL afterwards, or don't store and it will revert back to CEL on the next power cycle.
  14. Aux 5 should be the CEL, try turning it to test on to see if it works as advertised. It should be on pin D-15 HTH, Richard.
  15. Aux outs are ground switched and when off are pulled up to 12 Volts , but with a high resistance , not enough to turn on a relay. I would say the fuel pump relay has been wired wrong previously , if possible, rewire the terminals so that 86 goes to ignition switched live, and 85 goes to the aux out. ( 30 is the supply voltage and 87 the output ) EDIT: just noticed you said it worked fine with the factory ecu HTH, Richard. I would suggest first disconnecting the ecu and ground the fuel pump relay trigger pin at the ecu header. Does the fuel pump come on ?
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