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v3screenshots [2009/09/03 07:46]
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v3screenshots [2009/09/03 07:47]
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 |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​graphprefs.png?​100x78}}|Basic graph preferences screen. ​ The user can configure a number of unique items to account for personal display preferences or machine configurations.| |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​graphprefs.png?​100x78}}|Basic graph preferences screen. ​ The user can configure a number of unique items to account for personal display preferences or machine configurations.|
 |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​graphitemprefs.png?​100x78}}|Individual graph item preferences can be configured as well.| |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​graphitemprefs.png?​100x78}}|Individual graph item preferences can be configured as well.|
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 |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​dtcs.png?​100x78}}|Basic control over diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs)| |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​dtcs.png?​100x78}}|Basic control over diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs)|
 |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​ecuinputs.png?​100x78}}|Configuring ECU inputs is a good bit different in ECMLink (V3).  Here you tell the application what's connected where and then you tell the ECU where it can find certain sensors and which inputs it should hide or lock from factory code because the sensors connected to those inputs may be missing or replaced with something entirely different.| |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​ecuinputs.png?​100x78}}|Configuring ECU inputs is a good bit different in ECMLink (V3).  Here you tell the application what's connected where and then you tell the ECU where it can find certain sensors and which inputs it should hide or lock from factory code because the sensors connected to those inputs may be missing or replaced with something entirely different.|
-|{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​announce-2009-04-22/​fpsoutput.png?​100x78}}|Basic control over the fuel pressure solenoid.  ​Future versions of ECMLink may provide a much more generic approach ​to output configuration For nowwe're basically providing the same function as was available in V2.|+|{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​announce-2009-04-22/​fpsoutput.png?​100x78}}|Greatly extended ​control over the fuel pressure solenoid ​and EGR solenoid outputs of the ECU.  ​Use these to control nitrous activation, meth injection, BOV overrun, etc., etc.|
 |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​fuel.png?​100x78}}|RPM-based control over fuel.  As you will see in DirectAccess,​ openloop fuel is actually controlled by a table indexed by RPM and load (airflow). ​ When you make changes to the RPM sliders here, ECMLink interpolates the airflow adjustments for you automatically. ​ The documentation in the application describes this in more detail. ​ A basic description of the process for V2 is provided on [[howfueltableajustmentsareapplied|this page]].| |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​fuel.png?​100x78}}|RPM-based control over fuel.  As you will see in DirectAccess,​ openloop fuel is actually controlled by a table indexed by RPM and load (airflow). ​ When you make changes to the RPM sliders here, ECMLink interpolates the airflow adjustments for you automatically. ​ The documentation in the application describes this in more detail. ​ A basic description of the process for V2 is provided on [[howfueltableajustmentsareapplied|this page]].|
 |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​idleair.png?​100x78}}|The idle air clamp is used to place an upper limit on the airflow seen by the ECU when the throttle is closed and the idle switch is active. ​ This is intended to limit the effects of over-reported airflow from disrupted airflow metering (stall on clutch in) or from a BOV vented to atmosphere.| |{{http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3screenshots/​idleair.png?​100x78}}|The idle air clamp is used to place an upper limit on the airflow seen by the ECU when the throttle is closed and the idle switch is active. ​ This is intended to limit the effects of over-reported airflow from disrupted airflow metering (stall on clutch in) or from a BOV vented to atmosphere.|
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