My data was recently downloaded from the computer in my timer. I thought some guys here might like to see what I've been UP to?
It was very interesting for me to be able to see the temps, RPM's and supplied voltages that were recorded. I was told the number of times it was turned on may not be that accurate if you have an elect starter. I only have a crank so I think it may be close if it reflects the number of times the ignition switch was turned on.
I remember the Max RPM day had to be when during the Finest City Tour and we drove back down on the 5 Frwy going past the Delmar racetrack my GPS recorded my fastest ever speed at 70 MPH!
I wonder if it also records where I've been and what stores I went to?
Here's the download info Sorry I didn't include it in the original post..
Model T Electronic Ignition Operational Summary
Default Timing Mode is ATA
Default Timing Mode has been programmed 0 times
Model T Default Timing Mode has been programmed
Last supply voltage was 12.57VDC
Highest supply voltage was 13.96VDC
Lowest supply voltage was 6.68VDC
Last operating temperature was 30.63C/ 87.125F
Highest operating temperature was 101.88C/ 15.375F
Lowest operating temperature was 4.38C/ 39.875F
Highest engine speed was approximately 2795 RPM
Number of times ignition was powered for operation was 786 times
Software version is 13 0
TEIGN Serial Number 31
Very useful and interesting! One day I'd like to see what's being stored in the timer I'm trying out.
Highest operating temperature was 101.88C/ 15.375F ???
Gene: If I had a choice to add to the E-Timer records, miles per gallon & spedo/odo records for shitz & giggles.........
But in reality, Mike has done a great service with his E-Timer. I've had mine "read" a few times during the beta-phase testing and beyond. A glitch with the Fahrenheit reading but I could live with that.
My rebuilt coils are happily stored in a Ford coil box along with the Anderson timer in the turtle deck..... in case someone else needs ignition coils.....
I think the highest temp should read 101.88C/ 215.375F
I believe that reading...
I believe you are right!
Thanks Justin, Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion .... not on my dance card...lol .
Thanks Justin, Slight error in my keyboard maybe...
I was sort of surprised with the high temp reading and wondered if it might have been on the National Lincoln NE tour. I had measured 138F on the floorboard where my wife's feet usually are one day!
Guess that computer stuff in the Etimer is pretty darn good stuff! Yup, Mike has certainly done a great job in my book. I don't carry a spare timer anymore but did put back in a spare coil on Dean Yoder's recommendation just in case. Most trouble free part on the car now.
Thanks MIKE!! Also A Thanks to all the rest of the guys that make great replacement parts so we can keep our cars out on the road without breakdowns.