I am still getting one warning relating to a unit offset. Not a biggie but I guess needs to be solved before it can be pulled into master.
It's because MSQ was created before I applied last changes. To make it always up to date I added new base tune with wmi to git "reference\Base Tunes" directory.
I think that the only change to this would be to grey out the option for the 'WMI Duty Cycle' in the accessories menu when 'Simple' or 'Proportional' mode is selected.
I will carry out some bench testing this week and if it looks good then I think that you have satisfied the terms of the bounty and any further development and tweaking can be carried out afterwards. I'm also happy to continue on with further development if your interest was only the bounty.
Well I cannt say that I will have time for further development, but I can help with it from time to time.
I'm guessing that before anything can be considered for a pull request it really needs to have some successful real world testing and have things like terminology and interface approved along with documentation. Again I'm happy to take some / all of this on as required.
I agree. I can help with documentation but I don't feel like my English level is good enough for that.
Really big thanks for picking this up Timus. I honestly thought this was never going to happen.
You are welcome. I would probably take on it earlier, but simple didn't know about it.
Some technical information:
Tank empty sensor in normal mode is controlled by ground, when grounded speeduino thinks its water in it(most washer fluid level sensor works that way). When in inverted mode you must add pull down resistor and then its controlled by positive voltage.
I would recommend to connect wmi enabled output through relay to control water pump and PWM to control solenoid, that's because water pump is using much more current than solenoid.