General Version 1.0-Beta
For current build version please check the BUILD_NUMBER in docs/changelog
What is it?
The DIY Flow Bench is a basic system to measure and display volumetric air flow.
The Flow Bench is used as a tool for measuring and quantifying modifications and improvements made to items such as automotive cylinder heads and carburettors by detecting air flow improvements.
This repository contains the hardware schematics and software code needed to build a volumetric flow bench based on an Arduino controller and common automotive MAF sensor
Contributors / Testers
- DeeEmm AKA Michael Percy
- ModChipMan AKA Tony Donn
- Hans Ake Rahm
- Andrew Goodfellow
- Validated software and hardware design
- Affordable & easy to source components.
- Can be built & operated by a layman.
- Generates results comparable with commercial flow bench.
- Open source software and hardware design
You can download the latest version from our githib repository at https://github.com/DeeEmm/DIY-Flow-Bench/releases
For more up to date information including current stable builds and documentation, please visit the WIKI page in our gitgub repository - https://github.com/DeeEmm/DIY-Flow-Bench/wiki
1. Component Selection
2. Hardware Design
3. Installing / Getting started
Please refer to https://github.com/DeeEmm/DIY-Flow-Bench/wiki/4.-Configuration
Please refer to https://github.com/DeeEmm/DIY-Flow-Bench/wiki/5.-Calibration
This project is released under the GPLV3 license. For details on usage please refer to the license file included with this project
- The latest information including usage and installation can be found in the project WIKI - https://github.com/DeeEmm/DIY-Flow-Bench/wiki
- Github repository - https://github.com/DeeEmm/DIY-Flow-Bench
- Support forums - https://diyflowbench.com/
- Discord - https://discord.gg/eAbktJj
- Join our project community - https://www.facebook.com/groups/diyflowbench/