will be given on the use of maps. Except the brief descriptions available on the site,
no additional information will be provided on the maps, for any additional questions, please ask in the appropriate forums.
description was created for the
Windows version of TuneECU and can be applied largely
on the Android
version. Deviations in the Android version will be added here by and by.
On first use, TuneECU will open on the Diagnostics panel.
Fig. 4 Fig. 4a
Fig. 5 Fig. 5a
This screen will have a slightly different presentation between Sagem and Keihin ECUs.
This mode covers 3 parts:
Analogue Rev Counter, 3 dials and Sensor Table
The dashboard (KEIHIN) (Fig 4 / 4a)
The analogue rev counter with LED indicators and digital readouts (fan, radiator, system malfunction (MIL), fall detection, neutral (N), side stand (S), digital speedometer, gear position and engine speed). Three dials (analog/digital) covering throttle/butterfly opening (%), manifold air pressure (MAP) (hPa) for Keihin ECU or ignition advance (Sagem ECU), and engine temperature in ° C.
The dashboard (SAGEM) (Fig 5 / 5a / 5b)
The analogue rev counter with LED indicators and digital readouts (fan, radiator, system malfunction (MIL), fall detection, neutral (N), side stand (S), digital speedometer and engine speed).Three dials (analog/digital) covering throttle/butterfly opening (%), ignition advance (Sagem ECU), and engine temperature in ° C.Note that Fig 4a shows a TPS (throttle) value of 76% (for this bike) on the display (with full open throttle). This is normal and does not indicate a failure to convey fully open throttle to the ECU.
The values or status of any other system sensors.Click the “+“or “-” to display/hide the value, hover the mouse pointer over a sensor value to display additional descriptive information.Error codes/DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Codes):
List of all active and stored fault codes in the ECU and their description.
This mode has a slightly different format for the Sagem ECU and KTM.
Note:It is possible to display/hide some (or all) sensors/sensor groups by clicking the the “+“ or “-” symbol. Hiding sensors will improve the responsiveness of the dashboard display.
The analog gauge displays the following indicators.
(Note, not all sensors are available on all bikes.)
|Cooling fan On/Off|
|Malfunction in the MIL system
(EFI light on Caponord/Futura)
|Neutral (N) & Side stand (S)|
"Power Control" (Benelli 1130)
|Engaged gear number|
3 dial (Analogue/Digital)
Throttle positon sensor in %
|MAP (manifold air pressure
in hPa (Keihin)
Ignition advance (Sagem)
|Engine temperature in °C|
The values, state, or voltage (V) of all other sensors are listed on the left side of the display. Move your mouse over the value and a highlighted text will give you a definition of the value.
To hide a sensor display, click the – sign The icon will become a +. Click the + to re-enable the sensor readings. The display will refresh faster when fewer sensors are displayed.
Lists the error code(s) currently stored in the ECU and a short description of each.
The status bar at the bottom of the screen shows some general information.
Note: At least on Caponord/Futura, the displayed voltage
is about 0.5v more than at the battery. This difference is
also present on othertuning software.
|O² Sensor (closed or Open Loop)
If the bike has an O² Sensor, this icon will show if the system operating in closed-loop or open-loop mode.
|TPS (Throttle Position Sensor)|
|Connection Status (Red-Orange-Green)|
|Name of the open map|
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cannot guarantee the completeness and accuracy of this information.
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