smokeysevin wrote:Does the Microsquirt do datalogging and if so to what size storage unit. I like what Mike has done with the big case for the Megasquirt. I would be using Ampseal connectors anyways because things get wet in the hull of a Jetski.
Thanks for the warm welcome guys,
smokeysevin wrote:So does this mean I need to go ms3 and find some way of sealing it?
smokeysevin wrote:How much of a factor is internal heat if i were to seal it? It will be mounted in the hull but never gets over 110 degrees or so.
smokeysevin wrote:My mistake, I thought I said fahrenheit. It will be mounted away from the motor and exhaust. How vibration and shock resistant are these ecus?
Yes it would be nice to be able to download the data off the SD card with the tuning laptop without removing the card.
Log file extraction
The log files on the card use a compact binary format. Before you can view these files it is necessary to convert them to the conventional log format using TunerStudio.
The firmware supports fetching the log files directly over the serial connection. Presently TunerStudio does not support this and a standalone utility sd_sync2 is used. This could be useful at the track, but for large or multiple log files it is often fastest to pop the card out of the MS3 and plug it into your computer or card reader. When inserting the card into a Windows computer, cancel all dialogues and attempts to handle camera files etc.
Turbo nut wrote:Somebody please build a nice case with a nice amp connector or something like the Bosch 55 pin connector. It's kind of a crime to have thousands of dollars worth of good looking braided lines etc. Then to have this plain little box with cheap looking connectors. I hope I didnt piss anyone off but the MS case is not sexy or cool looking. To some people this matters.
EFIDART512 wrote:The MS3 must be installed on a B&G board, I'm I correct or not?