This article explains the structure of Fuelino software. The software source code, which is available on GitHub at this link, is composed by many "cpp" and "h" C++ language files divided into sub-folders. In order to understand the software behavior, it is necessary to have a look at the "ino" file, which is the Arduino … Continue reading "Explanation about Fuelino software structure"
This guide will explain how to interface Arduino Uno, Nano, or any other board equipped with Atmel ATmega328p, to a Ublox Neo 6M GPS module. This module is available on Amazon, Ebay, Aliexpress and many other Internet stores, at a price starting from 10 Euro. Interfacing it to Arduino is pretty easy, since it has … Continue reading "GPS data logger using Arduino Uno/Nano and Ublox Neo 6M"
In order to acquire the analog signals of Fuelino, which correspond to the analog inputs A0 - A7 of the Atmel ATmega328p microcontroller, I created a simple library which uses ADC interrupts. Since interrupts are used, the application is not locked when reading the analog input voltage. In other words, the ADC readings can be … Continue reading "ADC acquisition library for Fuelino (ATmega 328p)"
Programming a "Fuelino" fuel injection piggyback controller is very simple. First of all, you need to download the latest software release of Fuelino software, from this website, and you have to install the latest Arduino IDE, which is needed to compile the C/C++ source code. Once you have installed Arduino IDE, click on the file with … Continue reading "How to program Fuelino controller"
Today I have the pleasure to show you my latest project: Fuelino. The name comes from "Fuel" and "Arduino". The unit is a fuel controller for single cylinder engines, and it is addressed especially to small engine motorcycles and scooter (less than 250cc). The unit gives you the opportunity to modify the fuel injection control, … Continue reading "An introduction to Fuelino project"