Alternator Control Base Output
The amount of duty cycle required to have the Battery Voltage meet the Target
Voltage. The alternator control operates
in closed loop, so it is possible the actual duty being used by the Nexus R5 ECU may not match the Base Duty value. If not, the Base Duty should
be adjusted to be as close as possible to normal operating duty.
Alternator Control The Alternator Control function allows for the ECU to control the charging voltage of alternator that supports this function. This is done with a duty signal that is sent to the voltage regulator to alter the charging rate. A ...
Alternator Control Wiring
Edit - Click to assign / reassign an available output as Alternator Control Output. Clear - Click to reset Output assignment. Active State - The logic level of the output when the it is On. Low is driven to 0v; High is pulled to the pull up voltage ...
Alternator Control Target Voltage
TargetThe Target Voltage that you wish to have the Alternator Control aim for. Typically this will be 13.8 to 14.4V. Too low will not charge the battery, and too high can cause battery damage.
The Alternator Control function allows for the Elite ECU to control the charging voltage of alternator that supports this function. This is done with a duty signal that is sent to the voltage regulator to alter the charging rate. A Target Voltage is ...
Boost Control Open Loop Base Duty Cycle
Only active when Open Loop is selected as the Mode. This is the duty cycle to be used by the Boost Control system, and should be adjusted to reach the desired amount of boost. No boost target is used in Open Loop and the ECU does not make adjustments ...