Boss23
DSC_0019.JPG  Hello,

I have a Pi delta Lite logger with these references:
   01D-163010-
   Delta Logger Unit (5)
   S/No. 1796    Iss. 1/15
   Tested: DC Mar, 12

In the Logger management software, I see that:
   - the profile is : "Pi Delta Lite Metric - Non ECU Qmode [0275 - V1.0]"
   - There are 8 analog channels availlable
   - The log frequencies for all channels go up to 500Hz
   - The files format can be set to "Pi Toolbox Analysis"
And the file " PiDB.pcf" make 8.192Ko so the logger has 8mb data storage.

All will be perfect, but the "Pi Delta Lite Metric - Non ECU Qmode [0275 - V1.0]" profile manage the "X Sport Dash", but not the "mini dash" that I have.

I see in the documentation that this logger can manage the "mini dash" but I don't have the logger CD software with the ".pdp" profiles files.

I have 3 questions:
1. I see in the documentation that Pi Delta Lite loggers have 4mb Data storage. Mine has 8mb. Is it normal or was it an option ?
2. Is it possible to have a ".pdp" profiles file for that logger that manages the "mini dash" and that permits keeping my loggers options ? (frequencies, memory and dataformat saving files)
3. I see in the documentation that the datas can be read by "Pi analysis software". Has this sofytware the option "time plot" (and not only "distance plot" like in the "Pi Club Expert analysis" ), and in that case, is it possible to have a copy ?

Thank you for your help !


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B Perenyei
Hi Boss23,


The 8mb of logging was a standard option on PiDeltas, it shouldn't cause any problems.

I've copied a link below to Toolbox 7.3, our data analysis software. It can show both time and distance plots.

http://download.cosworth.com/downloads/Software/Toolbox/7.3/Pi_Toolbox_7.3_SR1_Motorsport_(Car).zip

Unfortunately we no longer support PiDelta and don't have the necessary software to create pdp profiles.


Regards,

B Perenyei
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Pascal Stasse
Hi Boss 23,

I'm a user of Pi Delta for several years and I'm not sure I have all the necessary data but tell me what do you need and I will gladly help you.
Regards
Pascal
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Boss23
Hello,
Thank you very much for your answers.
I have also six other questions about Pi Delta loggers, and I don't find the answers anywhere on the user and hardware guides:

1. What kind of signal accepts the logger on the RPM input (pin22). Is it a 0-5V input, a 0-12V input or an AC input that accepts passive RPM sensors, and in this case what will be the Umax ?

2. On the RPM input setup menu in "Logger Managemnt software", there is the option 'Pull up' or 'Pull down' Type. What does this option ? Does it place a 'pull up' or a 'pull down' input resistor, or is the choise for a 'rising edge' or a 'falling edge' input trigger soignal ?

3. I have the same question than Q1 about the Wheelspeed sensor input level (pin23): Is it a 0-5V input, a 0-12V input or an AC input that accepts passive Wheelspeed sensors, and in this case what will be the Umax ?

4. On the Wheelspeed input setup menu in "Logger Managemnt software", a 'Type' option appears with the choice 'ACTIVE' or 'PASSIVE'. Does this option change the input level of the signal or does it change its trigger level ?

5. What is the maximal current supported by the 'Alarm Led' and the 'Overrev Led' output pins (pin 33 and 34 on the analog connector) ? Are these ouptuts only for resistive loads or does they support solenoid cut-off overvoltages like relays ?

6. Is there somewhere a collection of 'Pi Math fonctions' or 'Pi Math libraries' for the 'Pi toolbox software' ? I would like add or create a function 'relative torque' vs 'acceleration' or a function 'relative power' vs 'torque and RPM' for helping to setup the engine ecu's maps. Does this fonctions exist somewhere ?

Thank you for help.
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Pascal Stasse
Hi Boss,
Can you send me your email address please?
Thanks
Pascal
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Boss23
Hello,

You could contact me here:  tsi23753@scarlet.be

Best regards,
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