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Old 03-18-2011, 12:24 AM   #1
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ScanGauge 2 Please read!!

I talk to James over at Linear logic. His interested in your input on what sensors we would like to monitor when using the scangauge 2. I copied and pasted this from PSN.


Hello everyone. I'm one of the engineers that works for Linear Logic (the company that manufactures the ScanGauge) and I'm glad to see everyone is enjoying the FICM xgauge along with the other xgauges available for the 6.0L. I'm curious if anyone in this thread would be interested in helping develop a few additional XGauges for the 6.0L

I have some documents from Ford that list a whole slew of parameters that might be possible on diesels, but to be honest I don't know which ones (if any) would be important to the diesel community, so I was hoping a few people here wouldn't mind taking a look at what I have and providing some feedback. If you all would like I could post a list of all the parameters I have data on, and if any of the parameters seem of interest let me know and I'll code the XGauge up for testing. Can't promise they will work, but it's certainly worth a shot.

Just want to gauge everyone's interest before I just start posting up huge lists and annoying people. Also, if anyone has any questions about the ScanGauge or XGauges feel free to ask.

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here is the link http://powerstrokenation.com/forums/...29#post1444129
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I think these would be the main

pyro, boost, trans, fuel, EOT, ECT, ICP(HPOP), IPR, FICM, volts
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Is there a way to read the individual boxes TCM, PCM, BCM error checking / error handling data?

i.e. read and log data as to how many errors are being corrected via ECC, etc.
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Below are the current available x-gauge features that I know of for the 6.0, besides the 12 standard ones(not listed below) that come pre-coded in. The ones I use the most on my SG2(you can display 4 at a time) are, ECT/EOT/ICP/BAT-VOLT, plus I have old school gauges for my pyro and boost. All those coding numbers for each sensor or data reading are what you have to enter one time only and it will have the ability to read that data anytime you want, just scroll through and it will be there to put on your screen. I believe you can have an additional 25 stored readings on top of the initial 12 that come with the SG2. I have been very happy with mine. As far as having more data available, that would be welcome. But I think the best thing they could do would be to make a diesel specific SG2 that is set up from the factory to read our brand trucks and others without having to code in the x-gauge features. There is a huge market for us diesel fanatics out there, and we are more prone to want to know whats going on in our engines and transmissions more so than the average gasser owners. Other gauge manufacturers have these type of systems, but are much more expensive than the SG2. In my opinion, I think the most important addition at this point would be the ability to read FICM voltage. None the less, the SG2 is already a powerful little tool for being so small, as it does much more than what I've spoke about.

FORD 6.0 L Diesel
GAUGE TXD RXF RXD MTH NAM Notes
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Injection Control Pressure 07E0221446 046205140646 3010 003900640000 ICP PSI
Fuel Pulse Width 07E0221410 046245140610 3010 044C04E2FFF1 FPW Micro seconds
Mass Fuel Desired 07E0221412 046245140612 3010 006400100000 MFD Mg per Stroke
Volume Fuel Desired 07E0221411 046245140611 3010 006400100000 VFD Cubic mm
Engine Oil Temperature 07E0221310 046245130610 3010 00090005F05F EOT Degrees F
Exhaust Back Pressure 07E0221445 046285140645 3010 001D00500000 EBP PSI
Manifold Air Temperature 07E02216E0 0462051606E0 3008 00090005FFD8 MAT Degrees F
IPR Duty Cycle 07E0221434 046285140634 3008 0DCA03E8000A IPR %
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GAUGE TXD RXF RXD MTH NAM Notes
Torque into torque coverter 07E022163A 04620516063A 3008 000200010000 CTQ ft-lbs
Alt Torque into torque converter 07E122163A 04620516063A 3008 000200010000 CTQ ft-lbs
Barometric Pressure 07E0221127 046285110627 3008 000A00080000 BAR Inches of Mercury
Cylinder Head Temperature 07E0221624 046205160624 3010 000200010000 CHT Degrees F
Transmission Fluid Temperature 07E0221674 046205160674 3010 000100080000 TFT Degrees F
Alt Transmission Fluid Temperature 07E1221674 046205160674 3010 000100080000 TFT Degrees F
Converter Speed Ratio 07E02211BA 0462451106BA 3010 000100A40000 SLP Out to in ratio
Fuel Pump Pulse Width (Bank 1) 07E0221141 046205110641 3010 000200010000 FP1 Counts
Fuel Pump Pulse Width (Bank 2) 07E0221142 046205110642 3010 000200010000 FP2 Counts
EGR Duty Cycle 07E022113C 04620511063C 3010 000100010000 EGR
Fuel Pump Duty Cycle 07E0221672 046205160672 3008 006400800000 FP
Fuel Level 07E02216C1 0462451606C1 3010 000101480000 FL %
Torque Converter Line Pressure 07E02211C0 0462851106C0 3008 000500010000 LPC PSI
Transmission Output Shaft Speed 07E02211B5 0462051106B5 3010 000100040000 OSS RPM
Transmission Gear ratio 07E022163B 04624516063B 3008 00C8007F0000 GR Ratio of RPM in to out
6.0L Diesel Transmission Temperature 07E1221674 046205160674 3010 000100080000 TFT Degrees F

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How about a neat little add on...

A port from the SG2 box to my laptop (including touchscreen support) so I can run the data off and see it on a laptop with a touchscreen.

Also data log to the laptop.
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How about a neat little add on...

A port from the SG2 box to my laptop (including touchscreen support) so I can run the data off and see it on a laptop with a touchscreen.

Also data log to the laptop.
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Below are the current available x-gauge features that I know of for the 6.0, besides the 12 standard ones(not listed below) that come pre-coded in. The ones I use the most on my SG2(you can display 4 at a time) are, ECT/EOT/ICP/BAT-VOLT, plus I have old school gauges for my pyro and boost. All those coding numbers for each sensor or data reading are what you have to enter one time only and it will have the ability to read that data anytime you want, just scroll through and it will be there to put on your screen. I believe you can have an additional 25 stored readings on top of the initial 12 that come with the SG2. I have been very happy with mine. As far as having more data available, that would be welcome. But I think the best thing they could do would be to make a diesel specific SG2 that is set up from the factory to read our brand trucks and others without having to code in the x-gauge features. There is a huge market for us diesel fanatics out there, and we are more prone to want to know whats going on in our engines and transmissions more so than the average gasser owners. Other gauge manufacturers have these type of systems, but are much more expensive than the SG2. In my opinion, I think the most important addition at this point would be the ability to read FICM voltage. None the less, the SG2 is already a powerful little tool for being so small, as it does much more than what I've spoke about.

FORD 6.0 L Diesel
GAUGE TXD RXF RXD MTH NAM Notes
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Injection Control Pressure 07E0221446 046205140646 3010 003900640000 ICP PSI
Fuel Pulse Width 07E0221410 046245140610 3010 044C04E2FFF1 FPW Micro seconds
Mass Fuel Desired 07E0221412 046245140612 3010 006400100000 MFD Mg per Stroke
Volume Fuel Desired 07E0221411 046245140611 3010 006400100000 VFD Cubic mm
Engine Oil Temperature 07E0221310 046245130610 3010 00090005F05F EOT Degrees F
Exhaust Back Pressure 07E0221445 046285140645 3010 001D00500000 EBP PSI
Manifold Air Temperature 07E02216E0 0462051606E0 3008 00090005FFD8 MAT Degrees F
IPR Duty Cycle 07E0221434 046285140634 3008 0DCA03E8000A IPR %
FORD CAN
GAUGE TXD RXF RXD MTH NAM Notes
Torque into torque coverter 07E022163A 04620516063A 3008 000200010000 CTQ ft-lbs
Alt Torque into torque converter 07E122163A 04620516063A 3008 000200010000 CTQ ft-lbs
Barometric Pressure 07E0221127 046285110627 3008 000A00080000 BAR Inches of Mercury
Cylinder Head Temperature 07E0221624 046205160624 3010 000200010000 CHT Degrees F
Transmission Fluid Temperature 07E0221674 046205160674 3010 000100080000 TFT Degrees F
Alt Transmission Fluid Temperature 07E1221674 046205160674 3010 000100080000 TFT Degrees F
Converter Speed Ratio 07E02211BA 0462451106BA 3010 000100A40000 SLP Out to in ratio
Fuel Pump Pulse Width (Bank 1) 07E0221141 046205110641 3010 000200010000 FP1 Counts
Fuel Pump Pulse Width (Bank 2) 07E0221142 046205110642 3010 000200010000 FP2 Counts
EGR Duty Cycle 07E022113C 04620511063C 3010 000100010000 EGR
Fuel Pump Duty Cycle 07E0221672 046205160672 3008 006400800000 FP
Fuel Level 07E02216C1 0462451606C1 3010 000101480000 FL %
Torque Converter Line Pressure 07E02211C0 0462851106C0 3008 000500010000 LPC PSI
Transmission Output Shaft Speed 07E02211B5 0462051106B5 3010 000100040000 OSS RPM
Transmission Gear ratio 07E022163B 04624516063B 3008 00C8007F0000 GR Ratio of RPM in to out
6.0L Diesel Transmission Temperature 07E1221674 046205160674 3010 000100080000 TFT Degrees F

Harry

This is an older thread but this little device is very nice to have. It appears they offer some more gauges now

See link. http://www.scangauge.com/support/x-g...cific-xgauges/

Still working my way thru all of them and will finish setting mine up this week.

I really like its simple robust design.

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Just played with my new SG II this am. Friggin cool !!!! Best $160 spent !!!

X-gauges are kind of a pain to program but very nice. I have programmed in HPOP, voltage, FICM voltage, fuel pressure.

It would be really nice if I could interface with software like Compass http://www.curioustech.net/compass.html
That would allow displaying more gauges then 4 plus GPS
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I think these would be the main

pyro, boost, trans, fuel, EOT, ECT, ICP(HPOP), IPR, FICM, volts
My Scangauge II arrived today. I plugged it in and managed to get the EOT programmed in.
But the problem I'm having is that I don't know what all the abbreviations are.
Nor do I know what the safe operating range numbers for each one should be.

I think the Engine Coolant Temperature is already programmed in as part of the basic twelve readings - it looks like: fWT -meaning Fahrenheit water temperature?

Is "pyro" the engine exhaust temperature?
What is the safe range?

Why is "fuel" given. . .is that a pressure reading?
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Eco-rich. Your coolant temp is already programmed as you mentioned. Pyro is your exhaust gas temp. The only way to read the fuel psi and EGT is with an aftermarket gauge.
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