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Old 04-24-2013, 11:52 PM   #1
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Default Narrowband Data Logging

Have some stupid questions that i can't for the life of me find answers to.

1. Only method for reading narrowband output that I've found is the data logging screen, which is showing a left and right ego output of 5.1v... Isn't the sensor a 0-1v calibration?
2. Is there any way to modify the six gauges visible on the right side screen thing? Or is my only other data display option the data logging screen?
3. Is there any way to determine whether I'm in open or closed loop on the fly?

Much thanks, sorry if these were super searchable and i suck at searching.
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Old 04-29-2013, 09:07 PM   #2
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1) You dont really log NBbut if you want its "left narrow band voltage" (just type it into the field) Its pretty much 0 under stoich 1 over stoich.

2) Not that I have found. How did you get 6 i only see 2?

3) Yes you can Log "Closed loop Flag" and see
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