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Old 02-12-2013, 12:33 PM   #411 (permalink)
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There's a metric option in v0.86 code or you can use "Canadian" metric v0.81 code.

If you want to calibrate US version you just need to use conversion factors that you may find here: Fuel economy conversions / calculator - EcoModder.com
I've chose metric at the setup menu but that still exist.
I'll maybe try canadian version , which one do you prefer?

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Old 02-13-2013, 04:01 AM   #412 (permalink)
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For now I'm using v0.81 "Canadian" code http://ecomodder.com/forum/showthrea...tml#post202348

Because of bug that exists in v0.86 mentioned here:
http://ecomodder.com/forum/showthrea...ugs-23930.html
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Old 02-14-2013, 05:59 AM   #413 (permalink)
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For now I'm using v0.81 "Canadian" code http://ecomodder.com/forum/showthrea...tml#post202348

Because of bug that exists in v0.86 mentioned here:
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Thank you! it is so much better for metric use but no instant L/100Km as i can see that is what i am used with
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There are km/l and l/100km instant values on the "Custom screen". I'm used to l/100km as well but you'll find that measuring FE in km/l is much more accurate and it's very easy to get used to it.
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There are km/l and l/100km instant values on the "Custom screen". I'm used to l/100km as well but you'll find that measuring FE in km/l is much more accurate and it's very easy to get used to it.
No doubd about that , i will just have to get used to it i suppose...
But would be nice though to have another big instant for l/100km

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Hey JBD, just ordered one of your MPGuino builds & PMed you about it. I also thanked you on this thread, as a token of my appreciation. Again, thanks for the device in advance.
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Just received my MPGuino from JellyBeanDriver (DSchmidt Technologies) and am glad to see it's a relatively small unit...shouldn't be too hard to find the right sized enclosure for it...I'll post when I've got it hooked up and running...later.
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Got my MPGuino hooked up and tested yesterday...calibration's almost fine-tuned to the right settings...seems to be working like a charm...thanks JBD for a VERY professionally put-together circuit-board-and-display combo...now only time will tell as to how worthwhile my investment in this system REALLY has been.
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Hey jbd may I order a mpguino from you? Please pm me
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Hey guys,

I am in need of help , the only source on my car that i could take some speed signal is the abs sensor which gives an voltage reading of 0.5V to 1V every time i spin the wheel slowly and 0,7V when it turns faster (i assume that is a average reading) i've removed the 50k resistor that mpguino requires for a 12v signal and nothing happens it just don't measure vss at all... What kind o signal mpguino expect to read? and also in what creteria do i configure the ms delays for inj. and vss signals?
I have 0.82 canadian version

*I'll add a 1n4148 diode hopefully it will work...


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