JI recently upgraded to V2, and noticed that my exhaust fan setpoint RPMs had increased. So I decided to check if anything changed with the calibrated setpoints. Well, it turns out the calibrated setpoints were hosed, with everything below F7 throwing an A-01 error.
I recalibrated the fan, which solved the A-01 error. I then decided to look at the new V2 setpoints compared to my old V1 to find suitable replacements for my profiles.
What I noticed is that the fan RPM setpoints are always divisible by 10 RPM, compared to before, when the setpoints showed differences down to 1 RPM. Not a big deal or an issue.
Another thing I noticed was some weird incremental increases in setpoints for the calibrated setpoints… here is what I am seeing… as you can see, setpoint 5 increases by 300 RPM after an increase of 180…
Can we have a calibrated fan curve that is linear, or even better…parabolic?
The smaller incremental increases at lower settings of a parabolic curve would give better control, whereas the increments below…240-240-180-300-180 seems less than ideal for good control. Even a linear fan curve would be more predictable than the current calibration.