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Thread: /hobd - extended OBD2 based trip computer for WinCE/PocketPC/WinMobile/Windows

  1. #61
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    Glad to hear it works so preciesly. It was initally tuned agains 1.8 accent and similar. It basically do not depends on engine displacement - it more depends on rpm/load curve.
    You may try to enter "engine load coefficient" in settings with something like 0.90 or 0.95 to remove these 0.5 liters - this requires no rpm curve editing - it'll be just scaled down.

    Under trimming do you mean turning the consumption curve coefficients? I've only made this 'emperically' by hands, looking at detailed charts of sensor data from vehicles and comparing this with average consumption. (I unfortunately don't have direct access to any diesels).

    I have an idea to implement a 'playback' mode where the curve could be automatically applied to already recorded sensor data - and thus automatically see how curve editing impacts calculated fuel consumption..

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    Dvd gps

    Quote Originally Posted by Yocee84 View Post
    Hi cali!

    Good job your program. I have a chinese 7" gps, and elm based bluetooth obdII reader, in my e12 corolla, and almast ewerything is fine, but little lagging.

    I want one feature for this software (or two...)
    -Auto sleep the pna when the power off (like an igo8)
    -hotkey to switch to the navigation software.

    When you want implement this, i promis buy a full version.
    I have just got a Unit that runs iGO etc. Do you mind giving me info on how you got this software to work. Looks interesting

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    Hi!

    witch software you ask?

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    Hi Cali!

    I how this "software" for you: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=8MEZKPQO

    This exe is shut down the pna, but when charger is on, the pna is swich back to work. please implement this "button" to software.

    And.

    The 0.9 version of the software is wont work for me.
    Not work on my notebook (win7) and my 7" chinese gps, with bluetooth. But the 0.8 is good.
    the 0.9 not find the bt obdII reader, or when find, not able to connect.

    And please help:
    What is the best selection for 1.4 vvt-i toyota corolla e12 2003?

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    Bluetooth GPS ?

    Hello
    Just wondering if any one has been able to get this working on a Bluetooth enabled GPS ?

    Thanx
    DM

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    Just wondering if any one has been able to get this working on a Bluetooth enabled GPS ?
    dcjb,
    apmostert ,
    On your unit you should have an option to run external software from SD card. It could be named like "External navigation software".
    You then put hobd (standalone version) onto your SD card and point out "hobd.exe" as an external software to run.

    Alternatively, you should read on how to access winCE shell directly on your hardware. That depends.

    This exe is shut down the pna, but when charger is on, the pna is swich back to work. please implement this "button" to software.
    Yocee84, does it works this way on your unit? Because not many PNAs have an option to autostart upon charge activated.
    I'll see what could be done on this.

    What is the best selection for 1.4 vvt-i toyota corolla e12 2003?
    You should try "Toyota" vehicle type and "Injector" MPG calculation method. if these not working, MAF will work for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cail View Post
    dcjb,
    Yocee84, does it works this way on your unit? Because not many PNAs have an option to autostart upon charge activated.
    I'll see what could be done on this.


    You should try "Toyota" vehicle type and "Injector" MPG calculation method. if these not working, MAF will work for sure.
    Yes, it works in my 7" chinese pna. maybe the Igo (primo, amigo, 8 ) use same tech.

    thangs for the settings.

    the 0-100 acc test is only the full version?

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    Yes, it works in my 7" chinese pna. maybe the Igo (primo, amigo, 8 ) use same tech.
    It seems the program at the link just suspends the unit - nothing more.
    Can you try to manually suspend your unit and then plugin the power - will it wakeup? If yes, then the functionality is easy to implement, just suspending you unit when no power.

    the 0-100 acc test is only the full version?
    yes. you may read for more differences on the site.

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    Yes, i try it, and it works manualy. But the 0.9 version dont work for me.

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