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Here you need to setup the engine constants. Fill out the fields in the bottom section before calculating the Required Fuel.
 
Here you need to setup the engine constants. Fill out the fields in the bottom section before calculating the Required Fuel.
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== Settings ==
  
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* '''Control Algorithm:''' The load source that will be used for the fuel table
 
* '''Control Algorithm:''' The load source that will be used for the fuel table
 
* '''Squirts per Engine Cycle:''' How many squirts will be performed over the duration of the engine cycle (Eg 720 degrees for a 4 stroke). most engines will not require values greater than 4. For sequential installations, this should be set to 2 with the injector staging set to 'Alternating'(Internally Speeduino will adjust the squirts to 1)
 
* '''Squirts per Engine Cycle:''' How many squirts will be performed over the duration of the engine cycle (Eg 720 degrees for a 4 stroke). most engines will not require values greater than 4. For sequential installations, this should be set to 2 with the injector staging set to 'Alternating'(Internally Speeduino will adjust the squirts to 1)
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** Note that for 3 and 5 squirts, you must have a cam signal in addition to the crank.
 
* '''Injector Staging:''' This configures the timing strategy used for the injectors
 
* '''Injector Staging:''' This configures the timing strategy used for the injectors
 
** Alternating (Recommended for most installs) - Injectors are timed around each cylinders TDC. The exact closing angle can be specific in the Injector Characteristics dialog.  
 
** Alternating (Recommended for most installs) - Injectors are timed around each cylinders TDC. The exact closing angle can be specific in the Injector Characteristics dialog.  

Latest revision as of 05:58, 16 May 2019

Overview

From the Settings menu, select Constants

Here you need to setup the engine constants. Fill out the fields in the bottom section before calculating the Required Fuel.

Settings

  • Control Algorithm: The load source that will be used for the fuel table
  • Squirts per Engine Cycle: How many squirts will be performed over the duration of the engine cycle (Eg 720 degrees for a 4 stroke). most engines will not require values greater than 4. For sequential installations, this should be set to 2 with the injector staging set to 'Alternating'(Internally Speeduino will adjust the squirts to 1)
    • Note that for 3 and 5 squirts, you must have a cam signal in addition to the crank.
  • Injector Staging: This configures the timing strategy used for the injectors
    • Alternating (Recommended for most installs) - Injectors are timed around each cylinders TDC. The exact closing angle can be specific in the Injector Characteristics dialog.
    • Simultaneous - All injectors are fired together, based on the TDC of cylinder 1.
  • Engine stroke: Whether the engine is 2 stroke or 4 stroke
  • Number of cylinders: Number of cylinders in the engine. For rotary engines, select 4.
  • Injector Port Type: Option isn't used by firmware. Selection currently does not matter
  • Number of injectors: Usually the same as number of cylinders (For port injection)
  • Engine Type: Whether the crank angle between firings is the same for all cylinders. If using an Odd fire engine (Eg Some V-Twins and Buick V6s), the angle for each output channel must be specific.
  • Injector Layout: Specifies how the injectors are wired in
    • Paired: 2 injectors are wires to each channel. The number of channels used is therefore equal to half the number of cylinders.
    • Semi-Sequential: Semi-sequential: Same as paired except that injector channels are mirrored (1&4, 2&3) meaning the number of outputs used are equal to the number of cylinders. Only valid for 4 cylinders or less.
    • Sequential: 1 injector per output and outputs used equals the number of cylinders. Injection is timed over full cycle. Only available for engines with 4 or fewer cylinders.
  • Board Layout: Specifies the input/output pin layout based on which Speeduino board you're using. For specific details of these pin mappings, see the utils.ino file
  • MAP Sample Method: How the MAP sensor readings will be processed:
    • Instantaneous: Every reading is used as it is taken. Makes for a highly fluctuating signal, but can be useful for testing
    • Cycle Average: The average sensor reading across 720 crank degrees is used. This is the recommended option for 4 of more cylinders
    • Cycle Minimum: The lowest value detected across 720 degrees is used. This is the recommended method for less than 4 cylinders or ITBs