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INNOVATE MTX-L WIDE BAND O2 CAL TABLE

In the o2 wizard their is no drop down for the mtx-l. It calls for afr of 7.35 - 22.39. AemPro only has 7.38 - 21.90 ?

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Do you think you'll be

Do you think you'll be running in those AFR ranges?

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I been trying to find the Cal

I been trying to find the Cal table for the mtx-l everywhere. I'm happy you posted this.

Besides copying the table, is there any other setting or things I need to set?

Ps. I am not running any stock 02 sensors.

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 No not effectively but I

 No not effectively but I want to have my wb & aem in sync. 

 

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It'd probably be most useful

It'd probably be most useful to make sure all the values that can be displayed are correct.  If you know the transfer function, you can plot it out in Excel and find the values you need to input for each breakpoint.

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Just in case anyone was

Just in case anyone was curious the Innovate gauge I believe outputs a linear curve(factory settings) 0V=7.35AFR(0.5 Lambda) and 5V=22.39AFR(1.5 Lambda).

The AEMpro software will only let you input a max value of 21.5AFR so don't use that as your max and make it linear or the entire curve will be off.

Set 0.16V to 7.83 and set 4.68V to 21.45 highlight the selection between those two points, right click and choose calculate. For the 0V, 4.84V and 4.99V cells you can set these to the min/max AFR values you will not really use those values ever.

Now be sure to set the O2 gain to match the gauge as well. With the AEM digital gauges you would be able to unplug the sensor and the gauge would default to 14.7 not sure if this can be done with the innovate. You would adjust the gain til the software and gauge match.

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Perfect! Is their a tutorial

Perfect! Is their a tutorial on how to highlight the sections in the middle & calculate? Is their going to be a software update to work with this new digital gauge?

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Hold left click on the mouse

Hold left click on the mouse to select cells just like in any other windows program. The Series 1 has reached its end of life here and there will be no updates or support for that system.

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Does the series 2 scale from

Does the series 2 scale from 7.35 - 22.39 ?

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The Series 2 scales from 7.3

The Series 2 scales from 7.3 to 21.9

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You're getting there! How

You're getting there! How about the infinity?

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The Infinity calibration

The Infinity calibration table for O2 sensors can go from 0 to 2 Lambda. So essentially for gasoline with a Stoich of 14.68 it will go from 0 to 29.36 AFR