VEAL and dual table option

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VEAL and dual table option

Postby lutorm » Mon Feb 06, 2017 11:29 am

Hey all,

I have a Microsquirt running MS2 3.4 with 2 widebands and the "dual table" and "dual wideband" options. Wideband 1 is hooked up to the cylinders using injector channel 1 and wideband 2 with injector channel 2. When running VEAL in TS, I can choose whether I want to tune VE table 1 or 2, but in both cases the little dash on the side shows lambda 1. How do I get it to use lambda 2 with VE table 2? (Or does it automatically do this because I have the dual wideband option enabled? If so, it would still be nice to have it show the lambda it uses for tuning.)

Thanks,

/Patrik
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Re: VEAL and dual table option

Postby LT401Vette » Mon Feb 06, 2017 11:30 am

It should do that automatically with most firmwares.

What version firmware are you using?
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Re: VEAL and dual table option

Postby lutorm » Mon Feb 06, 2017 12:51 pm

LT401Vette wrote:It should do that automatically with most firmwares.

What version firmware are you using?


3.4.0

Like I said, it might be using lambda2 for VE table 2, all I know is that the gauge still says lambda1.
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Re: VEAL and dual table option

Postby LT401Vette » Thu Feb 09, 2017 2:52 pm

The gauges on the left by default are the same for all of them.

However, if you notice the graph on the bottome should have the channels that are being used, so that should be showing lambda2 on table 2.
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Re: VEAL and dual table option

Postby lutorm » Fri Feb 10, 2017 12:23 am

LT401Vette wrote:The gauges on the left by default are the same for all of them.

However, if you notice the graph on the bottome should have the channels that are being used, so that should be showing lambda2 on table 2.

Ah-ha. Indeed it does. Thanks!
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