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  1. Richard Hill

    G4+ Bluetooth

    Power the unit up, connect to it on the LAN (might be able to connect via WiFi I cant remember) , have a look on the back and then type the IP address into your web browser, then choose "System -> Firmware Update" HTH, Richard.
  2. I'm guessing it's in relation to your other post. On an Atom ECU, any of the auxes can be configured for speedo out so AUX 1-4, pins 18-21. HTH, Richard.
  3. Can you be more specific? What speed sensor? What ECU?
  4. Richard Hill

    G4+ Bluetooth

    https://www.virtualhere.com/hardware CHOOSE THIS SECTION IF YOU HAVE A NEXX, GL-MT300N-V2, or GL-AR150 Are you running the stock firmware? YES - Install the firmware image (below) on the router by flashing it with the built-in router configuration interface "System -> Firmware Update": NEXX 3020F (Initial Image) cloudhub-nexx-initial.bin GL-MT300N-V2 (Initial Image) - None required, the upgrade image (below) can be flashed immediately. GL-AR150 (Initial Image) - None required, the upgrade image (below) can be flashed immediately. NO - Since you are already running the VirtualHere CloudHub, bring up the Administration Interface by right clicking CloudHub_xxxx in the VirtualHere Client, select Properties -> Configure -> Enter Admin password->Advanced Button->Upgrade Firmware (The current settings will be remembered after the upgrade) : NEXX 3020F (Upgrade Image) cloudhub-nexx-upgrade.bin GL-MT300N-V2 (Upgrade Image) cloudhub-gl-mt300nv2-upgrade.bin GL-AR150 (Upgrade Image) cloudhub-gl-ar150-upgrade.bin Now continue at step 3. below. HTH, Richard
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    Engine fan

    So with the engine running, they don't switch on? Also, have you got any wheel speed sensors assigned? In older firmwares this caused an issue with idle speed control, maybe also affected fan outputs. What firmware are you running?
  6. New firmware is here :- https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0189/1312/files/Spartan_3_ADV_Firmware_1_09.zip?52 You will need a Windows computer with Bluetooth. Instructions are in the zip file. If you have any problems, give me a ring on 01474853219 UK working hours and I can talk you through. HTH, Richard.
  7. Richard Hill

    Engine fan

    If I remember rightly, engine fan logic will only activate once the engine has run.
  8. Yes it will work with the link, I have spent many hours in the last few weeks testing multiple units on our 2jz test bed. What I have discovered is that with the the new firmware and a tweak of the settings its performance is very good. Please see the list below for the settings I have found to work well :- Firmware 1.09 setfilter15 setcanformat1 setcanid950 This will put it into link mode and average the samples (it does read very fast in default mode which can lead to some increased noise in the output) With a filter setting of 15 it still has a good time constant whilst averaging out the outlying readings. HTH, Richard.
  9. Here are the ecumaster egt can definitions. HTH, Richard. Ecumaster Egt2CAN Stream2 ID1553.lcs Ecumaster Egt2CAN Stream1 ID1552.lcs
  10. We always hard code safety into the main ignition table by ramping ignition down quite hard above the targeted/tuned MAP values. We also ramp fuel up quite a lot in these areas too. This is before we add any other layers of engine safety. Belt and braces. HTH, Richard.
  11. Yes, the Atom has a similar boost control strategy to all the other ecus. It has 4 aux outputs any one of which can be used to drive a boost control valve. The only limitation is the number of outputs, you may max out with fuel pump, tacho, boost control and idle valve. We normally use the monsoon for 4 cylinder boost applications, just because you have more expansion capability, but the Atom will work fine. HTH, Richard.
  12. USB over WiFi requires a compatible router. They are about 30 pounds iirc. There is a topic on this forum about it. I would say though that it is not as reliable as a USB cable so I would only use it if I had to. HTH, Richard.
  13. USB extension cables work fine. I have also had success with USB over WiFi using virtual here.
  14. A gp pwm works well driving temperature gauges. Frequency isn't too important as they are generally quite well damped and so the needle won't fluctuate too much. Set up a duty cycle table vs coolant temp. What car is it? HTH, Richard.
  15. Yes and no. The first signs of a problem might be with a hot engine under low revs, so if caught early there is potential to prevent serious damage. If you calibrate oil pressure into the ecu then you could light the check engine light at a configurable pressure. Also, both the 350z cars I have seen had the oil pressure output as per my post above.
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