I wanted to interface my iPhone 6S mobile phone with Arduino Nano using BLE Bluetooth connection. Searching in Google, I found an interesting board, which costs just few Euros, called HM-10. I bought it on Amazon Japan, and received it few days ago. Now, I am writing a simple guide on how to perform the … Continue reading "HM-10 BLE Bluetooth serial adapter"
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"
Before installing the Fuelino EFI (electronic fuel injection) management controller on my motorcycle, a Honda CBR125R, I performed some tests "on the desk", in order to make sure that the unit was working properly. The following video shows a test performed using: Pico DrDaq as a signal generator, to simulate the injector command signal coming … Continue reading "Fuelino testing on the desk"
The picture below shows the system layout of Fuelino "proto1". In its most simple configuration, Fuelino requires only 4 pins connections: Battery voltage (12V). Positive pole of the injector. Ground (0V). Vehicle chassis metallic frame. Injector command from original ECU. The original ECU has a transistor which controls the status of this pin: when the … Continue reading "Fuelino system layout and connection pins"
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"