V2, the next generation...

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Re: V2, the next generation...

Post by maddin-g60 » Mon 26. Nov 2012, 21:42

Gibt es denn schon offizielle Layouts bzw n Bestückungsplan?

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Re: V2, the next generation...

Post by Metz » Tue 27. Nov 2012, 00:58

Offiziel hab ich noch nix mitbekommen.

Partlist-BETA
viewtopic.php?f=4&t=227
Erledigt sich aber durch die Target Files

Target und Gerber Files:
viewtopic.php?p=1632#p1632

Info zu den Target:
viewtopic.php?p=1763#p1763


Code:
viewtopic.php?p=1642#p1642

Bisserl Kram
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=34&start=100

V2-mUI Paket
viewtopic.php?p=1771#p1771

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Re: V2, the next generation...

Post by bofh » Tue 27. Nov 2012, 14:39

hier gibts das Target File zur V2-051 Platine. Das ist die Revision die produziert wurde.

Stückliste und Bestückungsplan stell ich die Tage online.

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Re: V2, the next generation...

Post by kardo » Thu 6. Dec 2012, 00:20

bofh wrote:N75 Settings in der mUI:
v2n75-settings.png
Man kann also für Gang 1-6 jeweils PWM duty cycle und den gewünschten Ladedruck in 16x1 Kennfeldern konfigurieren.
Unten sieht man die Parameter für die PID Regelung. Die müßen auf der Straße rausgefahren werden.

Hi

I cant german so I have a bit difficulties to understand how to use this menu. Could someone give advices? Is it possible to scale RPM values differently? Need rpm values from 3000 to 9000.

Thanks a lot!

- Kardo

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Re: V2, the next generation...

Post by bofh » Fri 7. Dec 2012, 00:35

Hi,

rpm are 16 values from 0 to 7000 at the moment.
Would be no problem to rescale them to 0-9000 or 2000-9000 rpm.

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Re: V2, the next generation...

Post by kardo » Fri 7. Dec 2012, 11:33

Would you do it or is it possible to do it myself?

I'am also wondering how to use the map (or lookup table), there is

1. duty [0-255]
1. boost set point [bar]
.
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6. duty [0-255]
6. boost set point [bar]

Duty means pwm value (8bit), but what is boost set point? When does it use 1. and when 6. ?

Thanks

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Re: V2, the next generation...

Post by bofh » Wed 12. Dec 2012, 20:13

yes, I'll implement it.

setpoint is the desired boost level. we have an integrated pid controller which regulates automatically to the desired boost.
its sufficient that the duty cycle goes rough in the right direction.

1 to 6 is the boost level for 6 gears. we have a gear computation (speed and kown gear transmission ratio). :)

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Re: V2, the next generation...

Post by kardo » Tue 18. Dec 2012, 23:05

Thanks bofh!

Now I have pcb's, but I cant find the part list for MD01_052. The partlist for that is really different than for first version....
I was stupid and ordered all the components for first version (used the old list). Could someone post pictures of the build and parts list also?

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Re: V2, the next generation...

Post by maddin-g60 » Mon 7. Jan 2013, 18:16

Hat jemand eine Adresse von "Package" (Partlist V2) ?

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