Boaty
This is a link to the PDF document that details the pin out and hardware specifications for the LLB & LJB:

http://www.cosworth.com/media/199661/29M-071489.pdf

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kako911
Hello,

As i understand it, an LJB can read an LVDT and drive a Moog valve.

The assumption is that it can be configured and controlled by a Mq12 ecu  ?

Is this product available ?

Thank you,

KPA
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Gummi
The MQ12 cannot control an LJB.
LLB (lightweight Logger Box) and LJB (Lightweight Junction Box) are a satellite system where the LLB is the master unit and LJB the slave. There are however some custom versions of LJB available that can be used as a CAN only device for special tasks.

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kako911
Thanks for the reply !

Are the LLB and the LJB still available ? Is the software available ?

Who is the main contact point for these devices ?

Thanks again

KPA
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NealB
Hi Kako,

The LLB/LJB systems are at the end of their product life cycle and have been replaced with the CLU. We are able to maintain the current LLB/LJB system currently being used but we don't have stock of the units to sell new items.

We are happy to provide download links for the Workshop software if you have an existing system.

Regards,
Neal
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kako911

I would like to be able to access the software please.


Is the CLU able to drive a Moog valve in closed loop or aided by a Pectel ecu ?

Please let me know. That is the ultimate task of the unit or ecu i need.

Thanks

KPA

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Gummi
Workshop is available in the link below:

http://download.cosworth.com/downloads/Software/Workshop/9.2/Pi%20Workshop%209.2.zip

REgarding Moog valve actuation, its probably best if you send myself or one of the other moderators a private message with what you are trying to do. The CLU is primarily a logger, but it does have some low current outputs. 

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