so I set up to the hardware test. but don't see any lights when I click on the buttons. maybe I am doing something wrong...
but when cranking the lights are flashing. and with an LED diode I am getting trigger signal (faint) flash with a 12 volt 20ma LED.
I attached a powerprobe tester to the injector banks and it looks like the injectors are firing, even with a low batter voltage at 10.6 volts.
the only thing that is kind of low is the kick back voltage, I am reading that normal kick back voltage should be around " 55 and 90 volts, with 65 volts being the norm. A low voltage inductive kick is a sure indication of an electrical problem. As said before shorted injector coil windings or any resistance in the injector circuit will show up in the voltage waveform as a low voltage inductive kick."
I am reading 42.01 in my tests. kind of on the low side. but then I am looking at 2 jumper points and around 4 solder
joints, in each circuit.
Is this low kick back voltage, something that I need to look into?
I can smell fuel. and the cylinder walls are wet. now at least know I know the injector firing specs.
I am using IWP043 330 cc injectors http://www.thunder-max.com/techdocs/Fue ... rSpecs.pdf
in the technical data the flow performance of the injectors at 4 bar is 377 cc/min at 58.01 psi. with the fuel pump and system that I am using its internal regulator is set at 58 psi.
the more I am looking at it, the speeduino board is doing its job,
maybe I shorted out all the coils when I wired them in reverse, OR I was shipped ones DOA....(cheap Ebay ones)
thanks for taking the time to help me understand what is going on.. I was hoping that when I turned the key all would be well, but this is making me think and I am starting to understand a lot more on what is happening.