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Data Logger C60
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Version 1.0 12/03/2019

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  • Page 1 Data Logger C60 Manual Version 1.0 12/03/2019...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    11.4 Group adjustment ........................................ 11.5 Online calibration of multipoint adjustment channels .......................... 12 Recording and Telemetry............................... 12.1 Features ............................................ 12.2 Configuration of recordings..................................... 12.3 Configuration of online telemetry ................................. 12.4 Configuration of burst telemetry ................................... ii / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 3 16.2 Fuel consumption diagnosis/counter reset..............................16.3 Example ............................................ 17 GPS Sensor..................................17.1 GPS (Global Positioning System)..................................17.2 Protocol ............................................ 17.3 Sensor recommendation ....................................17.4 Measurement labels ......................................17.5 GPS troubleshooting......................................18 RaceCon Shortcuts................................Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 iii / 108...
  • Page 4: Onboard Network Concept

    1 Onboard Network Concept IGN- Switch UBAT Star connection switched pos. terminal (term30) positive terminal Electric Loads Main KL15 Switch KL30 Device Bosch Motorsport diagnosis connector µC LS_SWITCH1…4 KL31 UBATT_FUSE GND_Starpoint SENSPWR10 Star connection Chassis dig. sensors (e.g. wheelspeed) SENSPWR5 As short as...
  • Page 5: Preparation

    The use of variant combinations, accessories, and other devices out- side the scope of this manual are only permitted when they have been determined to be compliant from a performance and safety standpoint by a representative from Bosch Motorsport.
  • Page 6: Power Supply

    – KL 30 is an unswitched battery positive rail (same as battery positive terminal) – KL 31 is an unswitched ground rail (same as battery negative terminal) Be careful to observe current limits of wires and connector pins! 6 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 7: Error Memory

    DDU 8. Please consider this and replace the product name ‘DDU 8’ in this case with the name of your product. 4.1 Error memory representation in RaceCon Bosch Motorsport devices feature an error memory. Information on errors can be visual- ized via RaceCon (online measurement) or can be transmitted via telemetry. 4.1.1 Accessing the memory...
  • Page 8 The error memory is not cleared by a configuration download and is not cleared by a power cycle. 4.1.2 Clearing the error memory There are two ways of clearing the error memory, both are shown in the following illustra- tion: 8 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 9: Information On Errors Available From The Error Memory

    1: at least one inactive error present in memory, no active errors 2: at least one active error present in memory If displayed in a measurement sheet, this property’s value (0, 1 or 2) is translated into a verbal description: Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 9 / 108...
  • Page 10 No orange border MIL off (black) No entries 1 (at least one inactive error present in memory, no active errors): Constantly orange border MIL constantly orange Info cycling through errors, present in error memory 10 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 11 All failure modes are continuously diagnosed; any error detected will be written to the error memory. Once an error is detected, it is qualified as “active”. – 1 (TRUE) Error was detected in most recent diagnose run (active) Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 11 / 108...
  • Page 12 (while more than one error is active) and watch the values change periodically: The verbal representation of the numerical codes of these labels can be visualized in the properties window of the measurement page: 12 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 13: Analog Input Diagnosis

    ANA pin setup wizard; to allow for a diagnosis regarding shortcut to ground, shortcut to battery voltage and cable breakage, a minimum / maximum has to be defined. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 13 / 108...
  • Page 14 Open the Error Memory of the Device. Click "start detection of cable". Check the Error Memory for new fault entries, regarding "Open line errors". 14 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 15: Technical Data

    0 to 5 V Resolution 12 bit Switchable pull up resistor 3 kΩ Outputs PWM outputs (low side switch 2 A each) Sensor supply 5 V ± 1 % (250 mA) Environment Software Upgrade 1 Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 15 / 108...
  • Page 16 Software Upgrade 3 USB-Port unlocked (Rugged USB flash drive F 02U V00 872-02 2 GB Bosch File System (BFS) format in- cluded, works with Bosch File System (BFS) preformatted USB Flash drive only) Adapter cable to USB-Port (included in Up-...
  • Page 17 RS232A - Transmit RS232A RX RS232A - Receive RS232B TX RS232A - Transmit RS232B RX RS232A - Receive RS232_GND RS232_GND REV1_P DHE I/P or Inductive - KW+ REV1_M DHE I/P or Inductive - KW- Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 17 / 108...
  • Page 18 Download data and save configurations before sending device as it will be reset during service. Internal accumulator for data preservation and clock included Recommended service interval: 24 months (inclusive accumulator change) Send device to Bosch dealer for service. 18 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 19 Technical Data | 5 Charge accumulator for > 6 h after installation (supply with power). Charge accumulator twice per year for > 6 h (supply with power). Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 19 / 108...
  • Page 20: Disposal

    Do not dispose of this electronic device in your household waste. Waste electronic equipment must be disposed of properly according to Electrical and Electronics Act (ElektroG) and the European WEE directive. 20 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 21: Mechanical Drawing

    Mechanical Drawing | 7 7 Mechanical Drawing Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 21 / 108...
  • Page 22: Before Starting

    ‘Properties’ 8.1.2 About RaceCon RaceCon is an all integrated software tool for configuration and calibration of Bosch Motorsport hardware products. It is used to set up, configure and calibrate the C 60. For better understanding, Bosch Motorsport offers a video tutorial that explains many functions of RaceCon.
  • Page 23: Starting Up The C 60 | 8

    Starting up the C 60 | 8 8.1.3 Connecting the Unit to RaceCon The following screenshot shows an overview of the RaceCon Main Screen with its areas. All (sub-) windows are resizable and dockable. Start the RaceCon software. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 23 / 108...
  • Page 24 After the reset RaceCon reconnects to the C 60. Local configuration on both the PC and C 60 match (Indicated by green background and dot). The C 60 is now connected to Race- Con. 24 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 25: Feature Activation

    The configuration download starts and the C 60 carries out a reset. As we did not define global start conditions, recording starts immediately. Start the WinDarab software. Disconnect the C 60 network cable. Click on the ‘Import/Export’ icon. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 25 / 108...
  • Page 26: Status Leds

    8 | Starting up the C 60 Select ‘Data logger C50/C55/C60/DDU7/DDU8’ and click ‘OK’ when done. The ‘Read measurement Data’ dialog opens. Click on ‘Modify’ button and select the base folder. Choose ‘FTP’ as data transmission method. Choose ‘XXXXXXXXXXX’ in the Vehicle dropdown list.
  • Page 27: Set Time & Date

    RaceCon. We recommend min. 5 hours charge time. Please connect the C 60 to the PC and click on ‘Set Date & Time’ in the Context menu of the C 60. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 27 / 108...
  • Page 28: Can Bus

    – Position of row counter is configurable Payload Area Counter Message Payload Area Counter 9.2 CAN input 9.2.1 Input configuration 9.2.2 Create a new CAN channel Right-click on CAN Input of desired bus (CAN1 or CAN2). 28 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 29 • Orange colored fields show the assignment of the multiplexer bytes. Representation: Bit Some CAN devices need to be addressed by a bit represented CAN channel. The address can be assigned in this window and is illustrated by a matrix table. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 29 / 108...
  • Page 30 This functionality is only available, if a MSA-Box (I & II) is used to connect the C 60 to the PC. Choose the CAN bus that is connected to the MSA-Box to display the raw value and the converted physical value here. 30 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 31 Right-click on CAN Input of desired bus (CAN1 or CAN2). Select ‘Import DBC file’ from menu. A file browser opens. Select DBC file to import and click ‘OK’ when done. A channel import window opens. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 31 / 108...
  • Page 32 A file browser opens. Select the input file and click ‘OK’. An ‘Import Selection’ window opens. Select channels to import. Drag and drop the channel to ‘CAN Input’ of desired CAN bus on right hand side. 32 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 33: Can Output

    Select the desired measurement channel and drop it on message’s bytes. The measurement channel is assigned to the CAN message. A double Click on one of the defined CAN channels opens the following dialogue: Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 33 / 108...
  • Page 34 Endianness: Define Byte order (Little Endian –LB, HB, Big Endian –HB, LB) 9.3.4 Export RaceCon CAN configuration Right-click on CAN Output of desired bus (CAN1 or CAN2). Select ‘Export…’ from menu. The ‘Export Selection’ window opens. Specify the filename. Click ‘OK’ when done. 34 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 35 If a measurement channel belongs to more than one source (e.g. C 60 and ECU MS 5.1), the ‘Solve Label Ambiguity’ window opens. Assign the ambiguous channels to the desired source. Click ‘Finish’. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 35 / 108...
  • Page 36: Analog And Frequency Inputs

    Measurement labels with the characters ‘raw’ show the exact values in mV. Measurement labels with the characters ‘_fi’ show filtered values. The word ‘name’ in the table is a placeholder for the channel’s name. 36 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 37: Configuring Inputs

    Expand the list of ‘I/O Channels’ by clicking on ‘+’ in the C 60 Project Tree. Drag the ‘Bosch Sensor Wizard’ from the Toolbox and drop it on the desired analog input channel in the C 60 Project Tree. The ‘Bosch Sensor Wizard’ opens.
  • Page 38 Available measurements for channel: Measurement label Function raw_name mV value of sensor raw_name_fi filtered mV value of sensor name physical value of sensor name_fi filtered physical value 38 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 39 The fixed value of the internal pullup-resistor is 3010 Ohm. If using an additional ex- ternal pullup-resistor, set up the overall resistance. Click ‘Next’ when done. The second part of the ‘Sensitivity/Offset Wizard’ opens. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 39 / 108...
  • Page 40 The channel is inserted into the C 60 Project Tree. Channel is linked to ANA04 Sensitivity Adjustment Input pin and Offset is enabled Pull-up value for resistor is sensor deactivated Available measurements for channel: 40 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 41 The C 60 pull up-resistor is used to get a 5V signal at the analogue channel of the C It allows you to use a push-button. The fixed value of the internal pull up-resistor is 3010 Ohm. If using an additional ex- ternal pull up-resistor, set up the overall resistance. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 41 / 108...
  • Page 42 Enter name to automatically create a new measurement sheet NOTICE Working with automatically created measurement sheets is ex- plained in chapter ‘Setting up an online measurement’. Click ‘Finish’ when done. Enter channel name and description. 42 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 43 Drag the ‘Multipoint Adjustment’ analog signal source from the Toolbox and drop it on the desired analog input channel in the C 60 Project Tree. A ‘Multipoint Adjustment Wizard’ opens. To activate the internal pullup-resistor, check the box. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 43 / 108...
  • Page 44 Enable additonal online calibration Enter name to automatically create a new measurement sheet NOTICE Working with automatically created measurement sheet is explained in chapter ‘Setting up an online measurement’. 44 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 45 Online definition of the curve is covered in the chapter ‘Online calibration of measurement channels [} 73]’ of this manual. 10.3.5 Digital filter details C 60 uses A/D converter oversampling and digital filtering to recording rate. Digital filters eliminate ‘out-of-band’ noise Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 45 / 108...
  • Page 46 This function requires the installation of Software Upgrade 2. Example: measurement of wheel speed – Pulse wheel attached to wheel – Each passing tooth of pulse wheel triggers hall sensor – Calculation of wheel speed with wheel circumference 46 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 47 Wheel has hall teeth circumference interface Available measurements for channel: Measurement label Function raw_name mV value of sensor raw_name_fi filtered mV value of sensor name physical value of sensor name_fi filtered physical value Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 47 / 108...
  • Page 48: Computed Sources

    A ‘Computed Sensitivity/Offset Wizard’ opens. Choose input channel Choose unit group and unit of output Enter sensitivity and offset of conversion formula Click ‘Next’ when done. The second part of the ‘Computed Sensitivity/Offset Wizard’ opens. 48 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 49: Hysteresis

    Click ‘Measurement Sources’ in the Toolbox. Drag the ‘Hysteresis’ computed source from the Toolbox and drop it on ‘Computed Channels’ in the C 60 Project Tree. A ‘Hysteresis Wizard’ opens. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 49 / 108...
  • Page 50 Click ‘Next’ when done. The second part of the ‘Hysteresis Wizard’ opens. Click ‘Finish’ when done. Enter channel name and description. Click ‘OK’ when done. The channel is inserted into the C 60 Project Tree. 50 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 51 Click on ‘Measurement Sources’ in the Toolbox. Drag the ‘Speed’ computed source from the Toolbox and drop it on ‘Computed Channels’ in the C 60 Project Tree. Do not drop it on ‘C 60’! Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 51 / 108...
  • Page 52: Configuring Pwm Outputs

    Project Tree Measurement channels Configu- calculated ration speed and window calculated distance 10.6 Configuring PWM outputs – Pulse Width Modulation – Output frequency is constant – ‘On time’ (duty cycle) controlled by input channel 52 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 53 Drag the ‘PWM Out’ computed source from the Toolbox and drop it on the desired ‘PWM_OUT’ channel in the C 60 Project Tree. A ‘PWM Out Wizard’ opens. Choose input channel Choose output frequency Define characteristic curve Enter name to automatically create a new measurement sheet Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 53 / 108...
  • Page 54 PWM output 1 error over temperature pwm_err_ls_out_01_SCB PWM output 1 error short circuit to battery pwm_err_ls_out_01_SCG PWM output 1 error short circuit to GND Table 1: Diagnostic channels NOTICE The diagnosis of PWM output 2-4 is similar. 54 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 55: Analog Inputs

    Expand the list of ‘I/O Channels’ by clicking on ‘+’ in the C 60 Project Tree. Drag the ‘Bosch Sensor Wizard’ from the Toolbox and drop it on the desired analog input channel in the C 60 Project Tree. The ‘Bosch Sensor Wizard’ opens.
  • Page 56 The internal pullup-resistor is used to get a 5 V signal at the analog channel of the C It allows you to use a push-button. The fixed value of the internal pullup-resistor is 3010 Ohm. If using an additional ex- ternal pullup-resistor, set up the overall resistance. 56 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 57 Click ‘Next’ when done. The third part of the ‘Sensitivity/Offset Wizard’ opens. NOTICE Working with automatically created measurement sheets is ex- plained in chapter ‘Setting up an online measurement’. Click ‘Finish’ when done. Enter channel name and description. Click ‘OK’ when done. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 57 / 108...
  • Page 58 The C 60 pull up-resistor is used to get a 5V signal at the analogue channel of the C It allows you to use a push-button. The fixed value of the internal pull up-resistor is 3010 Ohm. If using an additional ex- ternal pull up-resistor, set up the overall resistance. 58 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 59 Enter name to automatically create a new measurement sheet NOTICE Working with automatically created measurement sheets is ex- plained in chapter ‘Setting up an online measurement’. Click ‘Finish’ when done. Enter channel name and description. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 59 / 108...
  • Page 60 The internal pullup-resistor is used to get a 5 V signal at the analog channel of the C It allows you to use a push-button. The fixed value of the internal pullup-resistor is 3010 ohm. If using an additional ex- ternal pullup-resistor, set up the overall resistance. 60 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 61 Working with automatically created measurement sheet is explained in chapter ‘Setting up an online measurement’. Click ‘Finish’ when done. Enter channel name and description. 10. Click ‘OK’ when done. The channel is inserted into the C 60 Project Tree. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 61 / 108...
  • Page 62 Digital filters eliminate ‘out-of-band’ noise Cut-off frequency automatically adjusted to recording rate Example: – 100 Hz recording rate (10 ms) – < 40 Hz pass band (> 99 %) – 50 Hz stop band (< 1 %) 62 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 63 Expand the list of ‘I/O Channels’ by clicking on ‘+’ in the C 60 Project Tree. Drag the ‘Velocity’ digital signal source from the Toolbox and drop it on the desired ‘REV’ input channel in the C 60 Project Tree. The ‘Velocity Wizard’ opens. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 63 / 108...
  • Page 64: Computed Sources

    Example: Sensitivity/offset calculation on input channel Click ‘Measurement Sources’ in the Toolbox. Drag the ‘Sensitivity/Offset’ computed source from the Toolbox and drop it on ‘Com- puted Channels’ in the C 60 Project Tree. 64 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 65: Hysteresis

    Click ‘Measurement Sources’ in the Toolbox. Drag the ‘Hysteresis’ computed source from the Toolbox and drop it on ‘Computed Channels’ in the C 60 Project Tree. A ‘Hysteresis Wizard’ opens. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 65 / 108...
  • Page 66 Enter name to automatically create a new measurement sheet Click ‘Finish’ when done. Enter channel name and description. Click ‘OK’ when done. The channel is inserted into the C 60 Project Tree. 66 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 67: Configuring Pwm Outputs

    – ‘On time’ (duty cycle) controlled by input channel C 60 has 4 PWM outputs – Low-side switch – Up to 2 A each – Selectable output frequency – Duty cycle controlled by characteristic curve Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 67 / 108...
  • Page 68 ‘Setting up an online measurement’. NOTICE Choosing a filtered channel as an input for ‘PWM_OUT’ will cause delayed reaction due to the delay introduced by the digital filter. Use unfiltered values for this purpose. 68 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 69 PWM output 1 error over temperature pwm_err_ls_out_01_SCB PWM output 1 error short circuit to battery pwm_err_ls_out_01_SCG PWM output 1 error short circuit to GND Table 2: Diagnostic channels NOTICE The diagnosis of PWM output 2-4 is similar. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 69 / 108...
  • Page 70: Online Measurement

    If the system’s configuration in RaceCon has been changed, the dot and background be- comes yellow and a configuration download is necessary. 11.1.3 Configuration download Right-click on C 60 in the C 60 Project Tree. 70 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 71: Setting Up An Online Measurement

    Select the desired measurement channel and drop it on the measurement element. If the C 60 is online, the value is displayed. The measurement element’s appearance can be changed using the Properties Menu. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 71 / 108...
  • Page 72 Select existing sheet from list or enter name of new sheet To create the sheets, right-click on C 60 and select ‘Create measurement views…’ from the C 60 context menu. 72 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 73: Online Calibration Of Measurement Channels

    Press the ‘Esc’ key to return to ‘Design Mode’. 11.3 Online calibration of measurement channels – Analog sensors drift with age, temperature, etc. – Manual calibration is necessary – Solution: online offset calibration – Example: acceleration sensor Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 73 / 108...
  • Page 74 Open the measurement channel’s online page by double-clicking on the measure- ment channel name in the Data Area. Enter the physical target value (e.g. 1 G) and press the ‘Calibrate’ button. Calibration target value Initiate calibration The sensor’s offset is now calibrated. 74 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 75: Group Adjustment

    See chapter ‘Configuring a generic linear sensor [} 39]’ for further information concerning the pull-up-resistor. Click ‘Next’ when done. The second part of the ‘Computed Sensitivity / Offset Wizard’ opens. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 75 / 108...
  • Page 76 Drag the ‘grp_adj_channel’ and the ‘input_grp_adj_channel’ to the online measure- ment sheet. Press and release the push-button. The measurement labels indicate the state of the input pin and the state of the ad- justment. 76 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 77: Online Calibration Of Multipoint Adjustment Channels

    Enter the physical value in the value column of the desired calibration point (e.g. 745 Press the ‘Calibrate’ button of the desired calibration point. Repeat for all curve points. 10. Click ‘Close’ when done. The calibration curve is displayed in the online view. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 77 / 108...
  • Page 78 11 | Online Measurement Adjustment points vs. offset adjustment Overall offset adjustment of all curve points. Calibration of E.g. to compensate individual sensor drift curve points wheel_FR wheel_FR 78 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 79: Recording And Telemetry

    In the Data Area, the measurement channels are displayed. Drag and drop desired measurement channels into recording group. To edit channel’s settings, mark the channel(s) and click ‘Edit Channel’. An ‘Edit Recording Channels’ window opens. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 79 / 108...
  • Page 80 Maximum two Recordings are possible. In the DDU DTM Software the 2nd Recording is reserved for Scruteneering Data. This Recording is invisible (protected). 12.2.2 Adding a recording group Recording channels can be grouped. 80 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 81 • For racetrack (with lap trigger) select ‘Racetrack’. b) Choose wether the logging partition shall be named Engine recording or Chassis recording. c) Advanced setting: Select your logging configuration file, if provided by your Bosch Support Engineer. d) Choose or create the condition to start recording e) Enter a password hint and a password (optional).
  • Page 82 0, a red highlighted channel means 1. – Measurement correctly initialized, but recording threshold(s) not reached: 254 – Measurement correctly initialized, C 60 is recording data: 255 – Values less than 254 indicate an error state 82 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 83: Configuration Of Online Telemetry

    The recording configuration is displayed in the Main Area. Click ‘Edit channel(s)’. The ‘Edit Recording Channels’ window appears. Choose between ‘Fast/Slow block’ transmission. See chapter ‘Adding a recording group’ for information about ‘Fast/Slow block’. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 83 / 108...
  • Page 84 Click on the ‘Settings’ tab at the bottom, to edit the channels. Assign the desired channels to the channel types. The table below shows the function of the available channel types. Click ‘Ok’ when done. 84 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 85: Configuration Of Burst Telemetry

    USB_DATA, enter the license key as described in the chapter ‘Feature activation [} 25]’. For USB recording, Software Upgrade FULL_LOG_1 should also be enabled. Wiring harness Value USB_Device_Power Power (red) USB_Device_DP D+ (green) USB_Device_DN D- (white) Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 85 / 108...
  • Page 86 Storage device The recording function can be used with a dedicated Bosch Motorsport USB device. The USB device has to be preformatted with the Bosch File System (BFS) in RaceCon before first use. To format the USB device with the Bosch File System (BFS), do the following steps: In RaceCon, select ‘Tools’...
  • Page 87 Recording and Telemetry | 12 Power off the system. Remove USB device from the vehicle. Start the WinDarab software. Click on the ‘Import/Export’ icon. 10. Select ‘Data logger C50/C55/C60/DDU7/DDU8’ and click ‘OK’ when done. The ‘Read measurement data’ dialog opens. Click ‘Import/ Export’...
  • Page 88 The USB device is defect. The USB device is not supported by C 60. 6: Error: Media corrupt The USB device is not in valid BFS format. (Hint: Re-format the USB device in RaceCon.) 88 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 89: Lap Trigger

    – Analog input – Digital input – CAN input Signal (measurement channel) properties Low active signal (Bosch triggers): Trigger releases if signal is below the threshold. High active signal (other manufacturer’s triggers): Trigger releases if signal is above the threshold. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 89 / 108...
  • Page 90 – Main trigger (end‐of‐lap at start/finish line) – Sub‐trigger (segment time, optional, not applicable with GPS lap trigger) Bosch standard: – Main trigger 20 ms, low active (Recommendation for RaceCon “Detecion Time” set- ting: 15 ms, Setting must be a slightly shorter period than the signal length of the trigger to avoid a missed trigger due to the update rate) –...
  • Page 91 Button to reset lap distance to 0 Button to reset lap counter Button to reset outing counter Button to generate trigger signal Button to reset best lap time Button to reset best lap time and distance-based segmentation Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 91 / 108...
  • Page 92: Counting Outing/laps/fragments

    – Lap trigger to lap trigger – Enforced lap trigger (see Distance based forced trigger) Fragment: – Test bench operation – Power cycle on track or box (e.g. engine stalled) – File fragmentation size [MB], time [sec] 92 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 93: Lap Timing

    Number of completed laps 13.3.1 Time based retrigger protection Trigger is locked for 5 s after main trigger was received. To deactivate time based retrigger protection, set ‘Retrigger lock time’ to 0 ms. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 93 / 108...
  • Page 94 Segment timing is the calculation of elapsed time for parts of laps (segments). Segments are defined: – based on sub-trigger signals (additional transmitters) – based on distance travelled Times for segments are compared to: 94 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 95 To deactivate distance mode set ‘Mode’ to ‘None’. +0.1s 3000m -0.1s -0.2s 2000m -0.3s +0.2s +0.1s 1000m -0.2s +0.1s +0.1s -0.2s -0.1s 0.0s Main Trigger Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 95 / 108...
  • Page 96 Some race classes require a minimum time spent in the pits. An additional lap trigger Tx is configured as a segment trigger positioned at pit entry. The trigger signal starts a timer countdown. The current value of the timer is stored in the variable Laptrigger_cntdown_dls which can be displayed. 96 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 97: Firmware

    When the firmware update is complete, the C 60 displays the message ‘Updating firmware finished. Do a powercycle.’ Switch the car’s ignition off and on again to cycle the power of theC 60. Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 97 / 108...
  • Page 98 14 | Firmware 98 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 99: Clone The Unit

    Change the device. Click ‘Clone apply’ in Extras menu. Choose clone file. Click ‘Ok’. Please remember that following properties are not stored into the clone: – Lifetime of device – Serial number – Upgrade features Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 99 / 108...
  • Page 100: Fuel Consumption Calculation

    A diagnosis window opens in Main Area. Button to reset total fuel consumption (Reset with RaceCon only) Button to reset fuel consumption manually (Can also be Settings triggered ‘by signal overview source’ or ‘on power down’) 100 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 101: Example

    Running fuel consumption, starting at ‘0’ Fuel_fuelrem_dls Remaining fuel in tank, starting at tank capacity Fuel_fuellap_dls Fuel consumption for current lap, starting at ‘0’ Fuel_fuellapold_dls Fuel consumption of last lap completed Fuel_laprem_dls Remaining laps with fuel in tank Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 101 / 108...
  • Page 102: Gps Sensor

    This sensor is based on a U-Blox 8 chipset and is fully configurable with the Navilock “U-Center” software. To use this sensor with Bosch Motorsport components the transfer rate, the satellite system and the update rate needs be reconfigured. More in- formation about the configuration can be found in the Appendix.
  • Page 103: Gps Troubleshooting

    Is the transmitter signal of the GPS sensor connected to the receiver pin of serial interface 2 of the C 60? Is the GPS sensor powered up? Does the GPS sensor deliver RS232 signal levels? Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 103 / 108...
  • Page 104 Does the GPS sensor ‘view’ the sky? Did the GPS sensor complete its initial start-up procedure? This may take up to 20 min. A correct reception is indicated when ‘gps_fix’ is showing ‘3D Fix’. 104 / 108 Data Logger C 60 Bosch Motorsport...
  • Page 105: Racecon Shortcuts

    Open all nodes Delete seleted object Display page, measurement page Cursor Move selected display element one grid unit in chosen direction SHIFT + cursor Enlarge/reduce selected display element one grid unit Switch between display elements Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 105 / 108...
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  • Page 107 Bosch Motorsport Data Logger C 60 107 / 108...
  • Page 108 Bosch Engineering GmbH Motorsport Robert-Bosch-Allee 1 74232 Abstatt Germany www.bosch-motorsport.com...

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