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Old 06-13-2016, 09:44 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by mirkwood View Post
I don't know if it is 18000 pulses per mile (mine also in km i think) .. hmm.. can't read the scope so well, and car technical manual doesn't state.
Someone has made a fine diagram of the signal amplifier if that would be a help to help.
EDIT did you mean what i use in the settings?, got it set at 26280 VSS, it is where it seems ok correct for low speeds.
MPGuino indicates zero speed at exactly 55km/h~ 34mp/h
26280 is really, really high. You will want to place a frequency divider between your VSS signal output and the MPGuino.

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Is "VSS Debounce" the same as VSS delay?, cause i don't recall seeing "VSS Debounce" in settings. Have tried both setting that to 2..1.. and Zero, and still the same.
Yah, they're the same. I was going off an early MPGuino code version. What version of MPGuino code do you have?
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