Data Logger (boost, egt, afr, temperatures recording)

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Re: Data Logger (boost, egt, afr, temperatures recording)

Postby Kompressorphilipp » Tue Mar 31, 2020 10:33 am

Hello and thank you for your awnser, where can i start and stop the Data Logger? I search the forum and the manual and i found nothing.

Is there a extra screen in the screens menue? I have only activate the 3. and 4. user screen. I have push the three buttons long and short. I came in diffrent menues but i dont see a Data Logger screen.

When you cant read my messeges can i write in German. Maby you speak German?

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Re: Data Logger (boost, egt, afr, temperatures recording)

Postby ArT » Tue Mar 31, 2020 10:48 am

You need to update to v3.7.1, please check it here:
viewtopic.php?f=21&t=410#p2259

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Re: Data Logger (boost, egt, afr, temperatures recording)

Postby Kompressorphilipp » Tue Apr 07, 2020 8:10 pm

Hello, rpm signal from Injector works verry bad. Above 5000 rpm the rpm Jumps from 2000 to 0 and to 6000rpm.
Do you know the best way for the rpm signal. Maby with the vss sensor? I have buy it in your shop. My rpm signal in the dash board and on the Radio comes from can bus. I dont have a extra cable. I have wired the Camshaft Positions sensor but wen i set this to the menue the rpm Shows always 0.

When i make a log the fuel pressure Shows the voltage an not in Bar in your Display it is correct in Bar

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Re: Data Logger (boost, egt, afr, temperatures recording)

Postby ArT » Thu Apr 09, 2020 6:32 am

There are 2 RPM solutions:
1. from injector signal, but only limited injectors are compatible (with clear PWM signal) and RPM will not work with no engine load (e.g. breaking with engine) because injectors are off
2. from hall signal (pulse signal)
I think that you have injectors with no clear PWM signal so you should use only solution 2. Any hall sensors will be fine (VSS sensor connected as RPM sensor will be also compatible). You can also use stock RPM signal - it's usually goes from ECU to instrument cluster. There is dedicated input in UTCOMP for RPM.

Answering for second part of question - fuel pressue as voltage in logs - yes it's correct, you can rescale it in excel e.g. pressure = a * voltage + b, where a and b are your sensors parameters.

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Re: Data Logger (boost, egt, afr, temperatures recording)

Postby Rod » Thu Apr 13, 2023 12:37 am

Gday, if we use windows based laptop to retreave the data file to save from UTcomp, why is it that we carnt view it with UTComp software on windows based software. Seems backwards to have to email to myself to view it on a Android device like phone or tablet.

To buy excel to view it $179aud and isnt nicest way to view the graphs.

Im drag racer so viewing this at track be easy if i didnt have to double had a file. :D
Thanks for reading, have a great day.
Rod from Australia

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Re: Data Logger (boost, egt, afr, temperatures recording)

Postby ArT » Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:44 am

You do not have to buy excel, it's universal CSV file, you can open it with open source libre office too.
And you can download logs directly to android device too ;)

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Re: Data Logger (boost, egt, afr, temperatures recording)

Postby Rod » Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:55 am

Ok thanks for your time.


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