Work in progress
RealTime Data tab showing data values in real time. Click on the yellow category names to expand/hide list of variables.
Note: Most RealTime Data values are self-explanatory where we do not try to describe the value, if you dont understand or have questions, contact support.
Intake air temp
V1 has an internal BARO sensor, while all other MaxxECUs do sample the MAP-sensor during power up.
Note: At really high altitude differentials, you should consider using an external BARO sensor.
The average lambda value if using two or more sensors.
Calculated AFR ratio based on lambda and selected fuel.
Lambda Rich/Lean A
Lambda Rich/Lean B
Start to increment when engine is started and resets when engine is restarted.
Note: Counter will stop at 3200seconds regardless of longer engine runtime.
ECU on time
Start to increment when ECU is started and resets when ECU is rebooted.
Note: Counter will stop at 3200seconds regardless of longer ECU on time.
The actual RPM limiter value to be used.
User AINx, this list will be populated automatic when new sensors are mounted).
User CAN inputs
User CANx, see User CAN inputs.
5V VRef voltage
Internal 5V regulator, should be close to 5.00V all the time.
Actual CPU temperature
Error code count
Should be "0", otherwise there is a stored error code in the system, see Diagnostics --> error codes.
last error code
Includes the last error code received, used for easy up the task of troubleshooting.
Power on count
Total amount of times the ECU has been started from the production date.
Total on time
Total on time since assembled.
Top ECU temperature
Maximum temperature of ECU since the production time, can't be reset.
Top supply voltage
Maximum top power supply of ECU since the production time, can't be reset.
Note: Requires some wheel speed sensors to be activated on input(s) to be visible.
Wheelspeed front/rear left/righT
Undriven wheels avg speed
Undriven average wheel speed. Calculated from left and right, or whats available as Undriven wheels.
Driven wheels avg speed
Driven average speed. Calculated from left and right, or whats available as Driven wheels.
Difference in % between Undriven wheels and Driven wheels.
Automatic calculation of clutch slip based on Engine RPM and Input Shaft RPM input, for auto gearboxes it can also be calculated depending on gear (see settings).
Target amount of wheel slip in % (between Undriven and Driven wheels)
Amount of cut/drop in % MaxxECU is doing for the moment.
Work in progress