PC LINK Updates Page.
for Systems having
3.20 and Higher!!!
Dec 2011 Version 3.35 You
are Expected to know How to COPY the updated files Properly to your
working DEPAC Dyno Directory.
Bill and John at Morrison Engines
monitoring the new Combined GrafPlot screen waiting for the Oil and
Water temperatures to cool down for the next tests. See the HI Temp
alarms for oil and water. Precison Tach Indicator at the Top.
Adobe PDF of the latest GrafPlot
screen Layout with details.
10 Meg wmv Video of ADL controlled
pulls on a wet sump BB while monitoring a fast rising oil temperature
(no oil coolers). Note the rise in torque after the first Warm-up
pull and then slowly drop as the oil temps reach into the Red zone
(250+ deg). Note that the Numbers change color to indicate Low
-Normal-Hi values. Note the new style Bar-Tach at the top.
Right mouse click and
select ''Save Target as...'' and then select copy to disk A:
Plan A: DownLoad depacv3.zip
file and save and then un-zip to three file(s) onto a Clean floppy
disk in drive A:
Copy files to your
dyno directory. Put Disk in drive A: At the command line prompt
of your dyno directory, type the command COPY A:*.* (Asterisk
dot asterisk). This should copy all files (using the dot asterisk
wildcard). If done right, DOS will ask you if you want to over-write
the existing files. YES! Then DOS will copy the Three updated files
from the Diskette to your Dyno Directory.
Plan B: DownLoad depacv3.exe self
extracting zip file. Save and then copy (depacv3.exe) to your dyno
directory and then Expand by 'entering' DEPAC3V and answering Yes to
over-writing existing files. (depac3.exe, depac3.hlp, depac3.txt)
Dec 2011: To enable full use of SensorPro Temperature sensors.