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OMEX 630 ECU Connection


Scotty72

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I'm trying to connect my laptop (MAP4000) to the ECU and when i click on connect it says the software for OMEX 630 is not installed?

I assume the connection between PC and ECU is ok as it tells me the ECU model and version No.

Where can i get this from? I've checked omex website download page.

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Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO

@Scotty72 drop me a PM with your e-mail address and I'll send across what you need !

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Fan is working now. Turns out the dash2 was reading too high and I'd turned the engine off too early. When the ecu temp was showing 97C the fan cut in and the dash2 was showing 103C. I now need to connect to the dash (forgotten how) to recalibrate the water temp.

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Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO

Are you on V9 Dash Firmware (i.e.. does it say Westfield on boot up)?

Do you have the config file for what's in it at the moment?

if so, set the formula to Y=x for the water temp channel and plot the water temp values from the ECU vs. the dash readings, then enter them into the config software on the enter formula from a table. 

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12 minutes ago, IanK (Bagpuss) said:

Are you on V9 Dash Firmware (i.e.. does it say Westfield on boot up)?

Do you have the config file for what's in it at the moment?

if so, set the formula to Y=x for the water temp channel and plot the water temp values from the ECU vs. the dash readings, then enter them into the config software on the enter formula from a table. 

Yes it does show Westfield on boot up and I do have the config file. The rest is beyond me!

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Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO

send i t over to me by e-mail and I'll take a look

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Terryathome

Like this, not my best work but heh ho

Temp reader is a meat temp tester of Flebay. Pans out the cupboard, don't go drilling the wifes pots or you could be in for it. Put you temp send in the pot and warm it up to 100c, then let the temp drop. It's a lot slower for the water to lose it's temp rather than trying to catch it heating up. I put the figures in Excel file then transfered them into the Dash2. You will need to set up the Dash2 to read voltage like Baggypussy said.

 

 

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On 18/01/2019 at 19:01, IanK (Bagpuss) said:

send i t over to me by e-mail and I'll take a look

emailed you the file Ian

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Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO
26 minutes ago, Scotty72 said:

emailed you the file Ian

  • It's been modified and on it's way back to you :yes:
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Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO
On 18/01/2019 at 21:26, Terryathome said:

 

 

 

Terry's Breaking Bad, crystal meth approach above!

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On 20/01/2019 at 17:08, IanK (Bagpuss) said:
  • It's been modified and on it's way back to you :yes:

Sent your amended config to the dash this afternoon. All good now. The ecu coolant temp and the dash are pretty much the same at above 65C. It's a lot closer than the factory config was.

My next step is to add an oil temp sender to analogue 1.

Thanks for your valued input :t-up:

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Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO
12 minutes ago, Scotty72 said:

 

My next step is to add an oil temp sender to analogue 1.

We can help with that too:d

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