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Should the 4 DIP switch stay?
05/29/21 at 09:28:06
 
Hi all.

Is it useful or just confusing?
If the options it controls were available in the map file and Optimiser App, can it go on future versions
Has anyone used this in anger on the road?

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Cliff
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Re: Should the 4 DIP switch stay?
Reply #1 - 05/29/21 at 21:13:01
 
Cliff,

I've never used it on the road, but some people like disengaging the oxy sensor.  I recall the dip switch allows for that, so my vote is to keep it.

Any news for MyECU in general?

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Re: Should the 4 DIP switch stay?
Reply #2 - 05/30/21 at 09:46:24
 
Thanks Joe.

That can be done in the map currently with

# 0 = None, 1 = Inp1, 2 = Inp2, 3 = Both
MyECU Cfg O2Sensors=0

It could be added to the Optimiser to be more convenient.

I'm currently redoing the PCBs using something more sofisticated then the old manual layouts I have done. I'm using https://easyeda.com/ which allows me to work at schematic level. At first the new boards will be functionally equivalent.

I'm also working a new version of software that is using FreeRTOS to tidy up some of the bare metal code. I run this on my Breva. Again this is functionally equivalent to the current software.
The idea being to one day move to a more powerful processor, perhaps an ESP32 with builtin bluetooth and possibility of Lua coding. That's a long term project.
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Re: Should the 4 DIP switch stay?
Reply #3 - 05/30/21 at 21:46:52
 
Cliff,

Thanks for the update.  Sounds interesting, and please keep us posted.

Joe
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