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  • OBDLink CI firmware update v1.1.1 available.

    A firmware update for OBDLink CI (v1.1.1) is now available for download. It features a number of changes, new features, and bug fixes.

    OBDLink CI ChangeLog LLC

    v1.1.1 - 2009/08/14

    - BUG: ATST timeout could be exceeded on a busy bus
    - BUG: All messages should be printed while monitoring (CAN messaged w/ invalid PCI were being dropped)

    v1.1.0 - 2009/08/12

    - NEW: All header types can now be sent over KWP2000 protocol (1, 2, 3, and 4 bytes)
    - NEW: Redesigned message filtering subsystem:
    * Added pass filters (STFAP and STFCP commands)
    * Added block filters (STFAB and STFCB commands)
    * Added CAN flow control filters (STFAFC and STFCFC commands)
    - NEW: Added STCAFCP and STCCFCP commands to add/clear CAN flow control 11-bit ID pairs
    - NEW: Implemented mixed-mode CAN (ISO15765/ISO11898)
    - CHG: Doubled maximum possible ISO refresh rate
    - CHG: Optimized automatic filtering to work properly in marginal cases
    - CHG: Improved automatic detection of KWP2000 protocols when using monitoring commands
    - BUG: Fixed CAN filtering bug that could prevent 11-bit ID messages from being received
    - BUG: Fixed a minor memory leak in ISO keep-alive module
    - BUG: Suppress keep alives (ATSW00) should not get reset on ATD
    - BUG: ATSWhh command should not restart keep alives

    v1.0.0 - 2009/07/01

    - NEW: Initial release
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