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    Software now available...

    just to let you know that the software is now available for download from the TARI website - www.tari.co.za

    please take a look and download if you are keen to use it.

    calvin.

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    What type of OBDII -> serial converter does this work with? Will it work with the simple K-Line -> converter that is built with the one chip (MC33290?)?

    And is it possible to export this data to something else, or even have a live graph?
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    For that matter, what modules is it compatible with? Will it work with the ELM chip thingee?
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    80GB External HD

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    obd2 interface

    i have tested the software with connectors made for vag vehicles and those that are distributed with the deltadash software from ecutek (both work 100%), and i'm currently building a prototype for my own interface.

    i havent come across an interface that is built with the MC33290, but from the pdf's i've seen it should work just fine, if built correctly.

    the elm chips seems a little over the top for the requirements of these devices. the obd2 interfaces are very simple stupid devices. there is no need for a chip such as the elm which supports programmable header bytes, adjustable timeouts, etc, etc, etc.

    i'll let you know how the prototype goes...

    calvin.

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    This sounds really interesting, I was in fact looking for some type of realtime monitoring tool for my 2004 Subaru Forester...

    Aside from this software, where is a good place for me to find schematics on building the hardware interface between the OBD2 port (I assume this is where the data comes from?) and my laptops serial port ?

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    you can checkout opendiag as a start...

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    prototype completed

    prototype is built - you can view it on the website, some pics. the final unit will be much more aesthetically pleasing than the prototype i promise.

    just need to get it tested now...

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