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Old 01-10-2017, 06:16 PM   #20 (permalink)
t vago
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Worked over the timer scheduler a bit, toward the goal of enabling deep sleep mode. I estimate that I reduced the code's power consumption by anywhere between 20% and 40%, with a given configuration.

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Hi t vago
It's great I had no idea it worked like that.
I figured this would be a useful addition to MPGuino. That, along with some sort of calibration mode for both distance and fuel, would go far in making MPGuino more user-friendly.

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One change that I believe takes some confusion is in InjSize mL/min which could have an InjFlow text and use cc/min which seems to be more common in the specs of the injectors, what do you think.
Good idea. Done.

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Another question, the InjSize mL/min does not allow a decimal number in my case, the injector has a value of 191.8 cc/min, I have to put "192" correct.
Yes, that is correct. With the number you gave, and assuming 4 cylinders, the two values differed by about 3 million microseconds/USgal.

I may have to increase the precision of this injSize parameter, such as making the units cc/min * 1000.

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I think you mean microseconds/USGal
Nope.

step 1: value is in cc/min

step 2: value is in cc/min

step 3: value is in min/cc

step 4: value is in min/gal

step 5: value is in sec/gal

step 6: value is in microseconds/gal (value = value * 1000000 microseconds/sec)
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