How do I set up channels in my Power Vision?

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To setup channels in your Power Vision fuel tuner, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Select “Datalog” from the main menu, then “Gauges”.
  2. Select the style of gauges you’d like to work by scrolling left or right. 
  3. Tap the gauge to assign a channel, and the “Set Gauge Properties” dialog will appear.
  4. Tap the field that says “None” and then choose the source and the channel you’re interested in.
  5. You’ll also need to change from “Basic Signals” to “Advanced Signals” by tapping the “Change” button.

To monitor AFR or Lambda from the Target Tune:

  1. Remember, with Target Tune fitted to the bike the wideband values are now part of the ECM’s internally calculated channels (Signal Source = Vehicle). When using Autotune Pro, the wideband values are external to the ECM and simply sent via the Dynojet CAN cable to the Power Vision (Signal Source = Dynojet).
  2. Choose “Vehicle” from the “Select Signal Source” screen. You’ll see “WBO2 AFR Front” (and Rear), along with “WBO2 LAMBDA Front” (and Rear).

Like any “closed-loop calibration”, the Closed Loop Integrator (CLI) should be active during normal riding conditions. This value should constantly swing up and down constantly, where the value of 100 is the “pivot point”. If you see a value of 103, that means the ECM had to add 3% to the respective front or rear cylinder VE table in order to achieve the target AFR or Lambda. Conversely, the value of 97 would indicate the ECM had to subtract 3% to the respective front or rear cylinder VE table in order to achieve the target AFR or Lambda. To view these channels, assign them to a gauge. You’re looking for “Front Closed Loop Integrator” and “Rear Closed Loop Integrator”.

If you have Adaptive Fuel enabled in your calibration, then you should also notice Adaptive Fuel Factor (AFF) change over time. These values will move, or change much slower than the CLI. Similar to the CLI values. If you see a value of 103, that means the ECM had to add 3% to the respective front or rear cylinder VE table in order to achieve the target AFR or Lambda. Conversely, the value of 97 would indicate the ECM had to subtract 3% to the respective front or rear cylinder VE table in order to achieve the target AFR or Lambda. To view these channels, assign them to a gauge. You’re looking for “Front Adaptive Fuel Factor” and “Rear Adaptive Fuel Factor”

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