This guide explains how to use Fuelino Log File Converter to convert the binary data logged by Fuelino, into easily understandable CSV files, which can then be post-processed using Excel or Mathworks Matlab or similar tools. The first step is to download the latest version of the Log File Converter from the Fuelino Project page. … Continue reading "How to use Fuelino Log File Converter"
When you work as an engineer, it always comes the time when you need to perform some signal processing and visualize your data on a 3D, in real-time. This happened to me once I started playing with IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit): I acquired acceleration and gyroscope data from the sensor, and used my PC to … Continue reading "How to install GLFW library on Visual Studio C++ 2015"
As I already explained in the previous posts, basically Fuelino increments the fuel injection time by a specific period (defined in %), based on how the calibration maps are set (using the calibration tool). In particular, the maps are 2: one map defines the increment (%) depending on the engine rotation speed (rpm); the other … Continue reading "Fuelino fuel injection increment validation"
In order to communicate with Fuelino fuel injection module in a simple way, I created a software tool using Visual Studio. The tool can be downloaded here, together with the Open Source code (C#): fuelino_tool_beta1_20161108. The tool, which is compatible with Windows (I use Windows 10), communicates with Fuelino module using Serial communication (through USB … Continue reading "Fuelino calibration and data visualization"
This article shows how I am performing one part of Fuelino software validation. First of all, why is software validation necessary? The main reason is to verify that no software bug is present, and the second one is to make sure that the software behavior, in term of injection management, is according to the theory. … Continue reading "Fuelino SW validation using Pico DrDaq and VisualStudio"