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    Just back from the North Pole

    I was up visiting Santa's workshop where he is busy coding up a storm! He said all good little boys and girls will be in for a treat. TPMS and some changes to the OBD2 code. Stay tuned and be GOOD. SNO

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    Here are some pics!

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    Whoa. Those battery percentages cannot be right.

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    The first sensor is correct at 52% or close to it. Also maybe add a setting to change from metric to psi. SNO

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    Pretty sure I've got it fixed. It currently changes to PSI when using MPH for units. Maybe I should just use PSI for everything TPMS related? Do tires in other parts of the world specify their ratings in kPa?

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    I think kpa and bar as well Maybe someone from the other side of the world can chime in SNO

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    In the UK we normally use PSI.

    However Europe uses Bar or Kpa.

    And seeing as BMW is a German company they give recommended tyre pressures in Bar.

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    Guess I will need to add a setting for pressure unit.

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    Japan uses kPA (or at least I think they do, I'll check when I go again).
    But I do inflate my tires to 2.2 "kPA?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SapporoGuy View Post
    Japan uses kPA (or at least I think they do, I'll check when I go again).
    But I do inflate my tires to 2.2 "kPA?"

    No you don't.

    If it has the decimal point it's Bar.

    kPA would be 220.

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