Haltech CAN System
This node allows any CAN Devices to be enabled and for a DTC Severity level to be set for each device.
If you have a Haltech CAN Supported Dash it will need to be enabled in this page by clicking the Tick box for the: Haltech CAN supported dash.
If your Haltech CAN supported Dash is only showing zero's, please contact Haltech Technical support as your Dash may need to be updated.
Wideband Controller Boxes
The Wideband Controller Boxes (WBC) can be enabled by ticking the WBC-1 or WBC-2 Boxes.
The Single Channel WBC will come with one O2 Sensor that can be assigned to the inputs.
The Dual Channel will have two O2 sensors that can be assigned to the inputs
The WBC will then be enabled and ready for the sensor (s) to be able to be assigned in the function. This type of sensor will then be able to be assigned in the O2 Control as well.
Input/ Output Expander Boxes
The Input/Output Expander Boxes (I/O Box) can be enabled by clicking the tick box for I/O Expander (Box A) or I/O Expander (Box B) depending on which box you have connected to the CAN port or Haltech CAN Hub. Once you have ticked the I/O box that is appropriate to your setup, you will be able to select a new range of inputs and outputs. You will see these listed as IOA or IOB and they will be seen in the I/O Resource report on the functions page
Select this setting and change it to Mainline Dyno when tuning a vehicle on a Mainline Dyno. This will allow the ECU to communicate via CAN to the dynamometer.
Thermocouple Amplifier Boxes
The Haltech Thermocouple Amplifier Boxes (TCA) can be enabled through this Node as well.
There are 4 different variants of Thermocouple Boxes that can be connected into a Haltech ECU, so it's important to check what Thermocouple Amplifier box or Boxes you have.
TCA 2 (Box A) 2 channel Thermocouple Amplifier
TCA 2 (Box B) 2 channel Thermocouple Amplifier
TCA 4 (Box A) 4 Channel thermocouple Amplifier
TCA 4 (Box B) 4 Channel thermocouple Amplifier
Once the Thermocouple Probes are plugged into the TCA Amplifier, you will then be able to assign the sensors to the appropriate inputs in the navigator tree.
The Haltech Keypads can be enabled through this Node. Ensure that the correct size keypad is enabled with 2 x 4 indicating a keypad with two rows and four columns of buttons (8 total) and 3 x 5 indicating a keypad with three rows and five columns of buttons (15 total).
Backlight Brightness Level - This sets the brightness of the overall backlighting for the keypad.
LED Brightness Level - This sets the brightness for the LED indicators on each button.
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