Ardu-stim Patterns

Ardu-Stim has the following patterns as of July 13th 2015:

  1. 4 cylinder distributor
  2. 6 cylinder distributor
  3. 8 cylinder distributor
  4. 60-2 Crank ONLY pattern
  5. 60-2 crank with cam
  6. 36-1 crank only
  7. 4-1 crank with cam
  8. 8-1 crank ONLY (Yamaha R6)
  9. 12-1 crank with cam
  10. 40-1 crank only (Ford V10)
  11. 4 cylinder distributor (40deg on, 50deg off, asymmetric duty-cycle)
  12. Oddfire 90 degree V twin (Teeth at 0 and 135 degrees only)
  13. GM OptiSpark LT1 360 and 8
  14. 12-3 Crank only (25% pulse duty-cycle)
  15. 36-2-2-2 crank only
  16. 36-2-2-2 with cam
  17. GM 4200 crank wheel
  18. Mazda FE3 36-1 with cam
  19. Mitsubishi 6G72 with cam
  20. Buell Odfire CAM wheel
  21. GM LS1 Crank and Cam
  22. Lotus 36-1-1-1-1 crank (flywheel)
  23. Honda RC51 with cam
  24. 36-1 crank with cam pulse on 33-34 of 1st crank rotation
  25. 36-1+1 with cam (Next Generation Chrysler 4 (NGC4))
  26. Weber-Marelli 8 tooth crank+2 cam
  27. Fiat 1.8 16V crank and cam
  28. Nissan 360 CAS with 6 slot
  29. Mazda ?CAS 24-2 with single pulse outer ring
  30. Yamaha 2002-2003 R1 8 even tooth crank with 1 tooth cam
  31. GM 4 even tooth crank with 1 tooth cam
  32. GM 6 even tooth crank with 1 tooth cam
  33. GM 8 even tooth crank with 1 tooth cam
  34. Volvo D12 A, C and D with cam
  35. Mazda 36-2-2-2 with 4X cam
  36. Dodge SRT V10 60-2 with 5 tooth cam

Install it via the following: http://blogs.libreems.org/arduino-wheel-simulator/ or download a pre-compiled .hex file and load it on your UNO or clone. http://builds.libreems.org/Ardu-Stim/

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2 comments on “Ardu-stim Patterns
  1. Carlos Olivier says:

    Friend do you have any idea to program a pattern with ckp and cmp1 and cmp2?
    Thank you. Regards.

    • David says:

      its possible by defining the pattern appropriately…
      In the pattern array for your target wheel, 0 means all pins off, 1 == pin 1 on (crank usually), 2 means pin 2 (cam1) on, crank off, 3 is crank and cam1 both on, 4 is cam2 pin high with crank and cam1 off, 5 is crank+cam2 high, 6 is cam1 and cam2 high, 7 is all three.

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