Topic: Several questions - Lambda/AFR, font size
There are four issues I need advice on. I hope you don’t mind if I post them all at once as they are all related.
1. Is it possible to convert my lambda display to AFR? Also to reduce the number of decimal places?
2. I would like to increase the lambda/AFR interbyte delay so it is possible to read the number on the screen. At present it just flickers and is almost unreadable. I have increased it to the maximum delay allowable – 255 tenths of m/seconds, which increases the delay from 5 milliseconds to 25. These fast rates of data despatch may be useful for logging, but they are too quick for a visual display.
3. I have also tried to set up a line graph as an alternative for lambda data, with a maximum (top limit) value of 1.16 and a bottom limit value of 0.6. The baseline obviously is 1.00. However, while this produces unbroken top and bottom lines and a dotted line in the middle, no data line appears on the screen. Sometimes the display disappears altogether, with a message something like “Breakdown in Communications. Cannot show data” (I forgot to write it down at the time).
4. I would like (much) bigger-size numbers on the screen – more like the size of those on the factory Board Computer. My close-up eyesight is not so good any more and I need reading glasses to read the tiny numbers on the screen when the roof is open and the sun is bright. It’s slightly better if you set the View to Single Reading, but still too small.