STAFF 4.0 onboard (route) computer 2110, test

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

PURPOSE: for any carburetor cars VAZ, except VAZ 2115. The functions of octane-corrector are supported for contactless ignition systems with a Hall sensor, and for contact systems in conjunction with an adapter PILOT PLUS.

PLACE OF INSTALLATION:

INDICATOR: digital, four-digit.

CALIBRATION: indications of engine speed, internal and external temperature, fuel level readings for an arbitrary fuel level sensor.

Digital octane-corrector, "CPP at start-up", "CPP gasoline-gas", mode "RESERVE", "candle drying", "multi-spark mode", the uneven rotational speed of the engine.

CONSUMER ANALYSIS

OPERATION MODES: As a rule, the functionality of the onboard computer PILOT for carburetor engines leaves much to be desired. First of all it is connected with the scarce electronic filling of carburetor cars.Nevertheless, this model has almost all the functions that could be foreseen for this type of engine.

First of all, the modes tachometer, voltmeter, clock, thermometer. Using the on-board computer, you can view the value of engine speed, as well as the value of uneven speed, which characterizes the quality of the fuel system, ignition system and engine timing. There is a possibility to set the warning limit for engine overspeed. If the engine rpm value exceeds this, a continuous beep will sound.

With the help of the PILOT on-board computer, you can find out the magnitude of the onboard voltage at any time, and also warn the device with a sound signal if the voltage goes beyond 10-15.5 V. This will allow you to quickly respond to any problems in the power supply system.

The clock mode is supplemented with the ability to view the trip time. This function is likely to be useful to taxi drivers.

The on-board computer PILOT is equipped with two temperature sensors, which makes it possible to monitor the inside temperature and the outside air temperature.By analogy with other parameters, PILOT not only displays the current value, but constantly analyzes it. So, if the outdoor temperature is in the range of -3 to +1 degrees, there is the possibility of ice formation. In this case, the device gives a short beep, and the “GOLO” indication lights up on the screen.

The device allows you to control the remaining fuel in the tank, as well as to predict the mileage on the rest. True, the average fuel consumption of the device is not able to determine itself. It will have to measure "by eye" and enter manually. But as for the remainder, here the device allows you to get the most accurate value. A calibration mode with four standard calibration tables is provided for this. If the standard calibration tables stored in the BC memory are not suitable for a car, you can create your own. In this case, the gasoline is completely drained, after which it is added to three liters, and the device at this time establishes the correspondence between the fuel level in the tank and the corresponding signal from the fuel level sensor.

The on-board computer PILOT is equipped with an advanced octane-corrector, which allows to introduce both positive and negative delay of the advance angle. Moreover, there are amendments in the operating mode and when the engine is started.Thus, to facilitate engine start, the optimum ignition advance angle may differ from that established for normal operation. The magnitude of the CPP at the start of the engine is selected individually and is usually shifted towards earlier angles. The installed CPP will operate only in the engine start mode, when the revolutions are less than 420 rpm. When the engine is running, the installed CPL will operate.

The presence of a multi-spark mode will also help in difficult starting conditions. In this mode, when the engine is started, when the revolutions are less than 420 rpm, a pack of sparks is fed to the spark plugs instead of one spark per stroke. The number of sparks in the pack is greater, the lower the engine speed. When the engine is running, the multi-spark mode is automatically disabled.

The “reserve” mode is used for emergency movement in the event of a Hall sensor failure. For this, the PILOT sends a signal to the ignition unit that simulates the operation of a Hall sensor. Also, this mode is used to dry the spark plugs and test the performance of EPHH.

INDICATION: numerous instrument parameters are displayed on a digital four-digit display.Without any doubt, this introduces certain difficulties, especially at first meeting. It is necessary to get used to all abbreviations used. For example, “PR.OS”, which means mileage on the remainder of the fuel in the tank, or “AdAP” - the inclusion of a multi-spark mode. However, after some training you get used to this way of displaying information.

CONTROL: by using two buttons. Pressing them simultaneously changes the brightness level of the display. Single are used to control the modes of operation.

The on-board computer PILOT distinguishes between short and long press of buttons. A short press leads to a letter display of the current mode. If you press the button again, it will switch to switching the operating mode of the device in a cyclic sequence.

A long press on the button will lead to zeroing or to the transition to the sub-mode, if any.

Such a control system, especially at the beginning of communication with the device, will not allow doing without instructions.

SUMMARY

Universal on-board computer PILOT, allowing you to "squeeze" everything possible from the carburetor car.And for the owners of the "classics" in general is a real gift.


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