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Expritmon - RLTC?

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Maybe questions for @eriks4:

In Espritmon, what does the RLTC plot indicate?

Also, what does the numeric value at the top of the RPM/gear plot indicate?

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RLTC = Rich Lean Transition Counter

The numeric value at the top of the RPM plot indicator is the (computed) ratio of RPM/speed with speed in km/h. This ratio is used to estimate the gear.

Enjoy,

Erik

 

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@eriks4, super, thank you!

I'm getting an O2 sensor error and am wanting to correlate it's occurrence with some diagnostic output, not knowing what RLTC was I was thinking maybe to correlate the time of the error occurrence and data associated with the O2 graph, happens just before the loop opens:

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What does RLTC indicate and how in your opinion might it be interpreted?

As a diagnostic tool, Espritmon is great. But also as an educational tool, to better understand literally what is going on under the hood (well, you know where I mean), it's also very enlightening :)

Interesting to read somewhere that you used a Harware-in-the-loop approach (or should that be Software-in-the-loop?) in the development of Espritmon. Great approach.

Reading the Espritmon manual, did you ever track down the cause of your spurious secondary injector issue?

 

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