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MoTeC M1 Software Tutorial: All Calibrate Menu

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All Calibrate Menu


00:00 With the vast number of potential channels and parameters in the M1 ECU, and the flexible nature when we are dealing with multiple packages, finding a specific item can often be challenging.
00:12 The ‘All Calibrate’ menu is a great place to find what you are looking for quickly and easily.
00:18 You will find the ‘All Calibrate’ worksheet on each of the preconfigured work books and we will have a look now at how it can be used.
00:27 If we click on the ‘All Calibrate’ worksheet, we can will see a list of every item in the M1 Package we currently have open.
00:36 There are a lot of potential parameters and channels so to make it easier to view, there are a number of ways we can use the All Calibrate worksheet.
00:45 In the top left corner we can cycle between ‘List’ and ‘Tree’ views.
00:50 In list view we will see a complete list of parameters and channels in alphabetical order.
00:56 Tree view on the other hand breaks the list down into relevant functions.
01:01 By clicking on a specific part of the tree, we can expand it to see the channels and parameters related to it.
01:09 Another quick way of using the all calibrate menu is to just start typing the name of the item you are looking for in the search box here.
01:18 For example if we wanted to look at the items related to coolant temperature, we can start typing coolant and the list will populate with any items with coolant in the title.
01:28 This makes it an easy task to navigate to the exact item you want.
01:34 When we are live with the ECU, we can also display the value of any item by clicking on the squiggle icon or pressing ‘Control’ plus ‘C’.
01:43 This will cycle the channel values on or off. Often turning the channel values off can make the all calibrate menu easier to navigate as there is less to display and the menu is less cluttered.
01:56 If you are comparing two packages, you can also click on this icon here to show only the differences between the two packages.
02:05 A good example of using the All Calibrate menu would be to find the source of a limit, or what particular control is bringing on a limiter.
02:14 If we type ‘Limit’ in the search bar, every item related to a limit will be displayed.
02:21 If we display the channels, we can see the state of every limit in the ECU.
02:26 If we have a time graph paused at the point where a limit became active, the channels will show us what was causing the limit to occur.

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