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  • PCMSCAN integrated into RR

    Hi all, I'm integrating PCMSCAN into my Road Runner front end. Here are the results so far..

    PCMSCAN App standalone:
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    RR Menu:
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    PCMSCAN Embedded:
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    The cool thing about PCMSCAN is that you can change all the gauges to whatever you want and have some readings update at a higher priority.
    If anyone's interested, I can post up the RR skin files and Skinbedder ini's after I'm done.

  • #2
    Cool, i wish I has an eval license to check out PCMSCAN.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jerrygomez2002
      Cool, i wish I has an eval license to check out PCMSCAN.
      The latest version of PCMSCAN is now a functional demo version. You'll be able to connect to your vehicle, detect supported parameters, and datalog Engine RPM.
      Brian @ Palmer Performance Engineering, Inc.
      http://www.palmerperformance.com

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      • #5
        Cool !!!! Could i have the skins also !!
        VIA EPIA M10000 LVDS 1Ghz Motherboard,
        256Ram,80Gig,
        Lilliput 7" In Dash Touchscreen
        Panasonic Slimline Slot-in Cdrw/dvd Player,
        USB Gps Reciever,
        Belkin Bluetooth dongle
        Belkin USB wifi
        Carnetix CNX-P1290 60W Power Regulator

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        • #6
          How did you embed all the gauges ?
          VIA EPIA M10000 LVDS 1Ghz Motherboard,
          256Ram,80Gig,
          Lilliput 7" In Dash Touchscreen
          Panasonic Slimline Slot-in Cdrw/dvd Player,
          USB Gps Reciever,
          Belkin Bluetooth dongle
          Belkin USB wifi
          Carnetix CNX-P1290 60W Power Regulator

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          • #7
            Same here. want it to.

            Thanks.
            Enicar the RR Clone main thread : http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/soft...-rr-clone.html

            V0.09 is out : http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/soft...r-v0-09-a.html

            http://www.enitalp.net

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            • #8
              donkeyboy,

              what Front End are you using?

              I cant really find one that I can have the OBD-2 fully integrated.

              I just got my Karputer ICEPAC2 with a Lilliput Indash 7" touch screen with TV and FM.

              But I got problems converting SPDIF 5.1 to RCA. I cant find a SPDIF in Amplifier.

              Chronix

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              • #9
                Hi am using road runner. I Like what sandworm has done and i am keen to try it out
                VIA EPIA M10000 LVDS 1Ghz Motherboard,
                256Ram,80Gig,
                Lilliput 7" In Dash Touchscreen
                Panasonic Slimline Slot-in Cdrw/dvd Player,
                USB Gps Reciever,
                Belkin Bluetooth dongle
                Belkin USB wifi
                Carnetix CNX-P1290 60W Power Regulator

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                • #10
                  PCMSCAN screens

                  Hi Sandmworm....
                  I would love to have the skins also... have you posted them anywhere yet? Thanks a million...

                  Joel
                  Thanks,
                  Joel M

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                  • #11
                    yeah i would like the skin also.. i'll PM you now...

                    CAN'T WAIT!!

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                    • #12
                      anyone has the files for this skin??? i'd relly like to use it with frodoplayer...

                      HEEELPPP

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                      • #13
                        Sorry guys, I was away on business travel and there's a bug in skinbedder where it won't focus the app that's embedded in it. Pretty much this is a work in progress and is pending a solution with skinbedder. I've included the skinbedder ini files that are used to properly format the screen, the RR skins for the OBD2 Menu and an example RR menu.ini file to load the OBD2 Menu, but since there's no way of getting focus from roadrunner, I can't send the F2 necessary to begin the realtime monitoring in the gauges. Again, once the author of skinbedder fixes the focus problem, I can add that to the RR skin command.

                        P.S. The main skin is available here http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=47182

                        edit: Actually, now that I've looked at it, sending the F2 isn't a problem (add {F2} to the end of each dash's sendkey command). The problem is when RR focuses skinbedder, skinbedder doesn't focus PCMSCAN, so if you want to change dashes or focus the app sometimes you have to tap the gauge area in order to get it to work. Otherwise, I haven't seen any major problems with it.
                        Attached Files

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                        • #14
                          OBII hardware

                          what ODBII hardware are you all using with PMSCAN . .. i noticed that the speed of acquisition is dependent on your hardware scanner ...
                          69 Mustang
                          408 clevor AFD 2v heads - Viper T56
                          Audio:RUX-C701, PXA-H701, MRV-F545, (2) MRD-M1005, SIR-SC-H1, DMHD1000, Dayton Audio: (2) RS180-4, (2) RS28F-4, (2) RSS265HO-44 DVC

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                          • #15
                            Hi everyone, I'm new to RR/Skinbedder and have no clue how to implement the PCMScan-skin in RR. Can some one help me? I'm not new to computers so a pointer in the right direction is enough. Or is there another nice way to show the PCMScan OBD2-data/gauges on a small screen? (I don't want the window borders, they take up too much space)

                            //L

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