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  • STSLVL confusion

    I'm a bit confused on syntax for STSLVL; I've tried every combination of case sensitivity and not, and spaces and not... what'm'I missing? This is a continuous conversation I just had with my OBDLink:

    Code:
    >STI
    STN1100 v2.2.2
    
    >STSLCS
    CTRL MODE:  NATIVE
    PWR_CTRL:   LOW PWR = LOW
    UART SLEEP: OFF, 1200 s
    UART WAKE:  ON,  0-30000 us
    EXT INPUT:  LOW = SLEEP
    EXT SLEEP:  OFF, LOW FOR 3000 ms
    EXT WAKE:   ON,  HIGH FOR 2000 ms
    VL SLEEP:   OFF, <13.00V FOR 600 s
    VL WAKE:    OFF, >13.20V FOR 1 s
    VCHG WAKE:  OFF, 0.20V IN 1000 ms
    
    >STSLVL ON,ON
    OK
    
    >STSLCS
    CTRL MODE:  NATIVE
    PWR_CTRL:   LOW PWR = LOW
    UART SLEEP: OFF, 1200 s
    UART WAKE:  ON,  0-30000 us
    EXT INPUT:  LOW = SLEEP
    EXT SLEEP:  OFF, LOW FOR 3000 ms
    EXT WAKE:   ON,  HIGH FOR 2000 ms
    VL SLEEP:   OFF, <13.00V FOR 600 s
    VL WAKE:    OFF, >13.20V FOR 1 s
    VCHG WAKE:  OFF, 0.20V IN 1000 ms
    
    >STSLVL on,on
    OK
    
    >STSLCS
    CTRL MODE:  NATIVE
    PWR_CTRL:   LOW PWR = LOW
    UART SLEEP: OFF, 1200 s
    UART WAKE:  ON,  0-30000 us
    EXT INPUT:  LOW = SLEEP
    EXT SLEEP:  OFF, LOW FOR 3000 ms
    EXT WAKE:   ON,  HIGH FOR 2000 ms
    VL SLEEP:   OFF, <13.00V FOR 600 s
    VL WAKE:    OFF, >13.20V FOR 1 s
    VCHG WAKE:  OFF, 0.20V IN 1000 ms
    
    >STSLVL on, on
    OK
    
    >STSLCS
    CTRL MODE:  NATIVE
    PWR_CTRL:   LOW PWR = LOW
    UART SLEEP: OFF, 1200 s
    UART WAKE:  ON,  0-30000 us
    EXT INPUT:  LOW = SLEEP
    EXT SLEEP:  OFF, LOW FOR 3000 ms
    EXT WAKE:   ON,  HIGH FOR 2000 ms
    VL SLEEP:   OFF, <13.00V FOR 600 s
    VL WAKE:    OFF, >13.20V FOR 1 s
    VCHG WAKE:  OFF, 0.20V IN 1000 ms
    
    >STSLVG on
    OK
    
    >STSLCS
    CTRL MODE:  NATIVE
    PWR_CTRL:   LOW PWR = LOW
    UART SLEEP: OFF, 1200 s
    UART WAKE:  ON,  0-30000 us
    EXT INPUT:  LOW = SLEEP
    EXT SLEEP:  OFF, LOW FOR 3000 ms
    EXT WAKE:   ON,  HIGH FOR 2000 ms
    VL SLEEP:   OFF, <13.00V FOR 600 s
    VL WAKE:    OFF, >13.20V FOR 1 s
    VCHG WAKE:  OFF, 0.20V IN 1000 ms
    
    >
    Gary (-;

    ---------- Post added at 11:16 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:11 PM ----------

    I should note that I'm working from this document at time of writing:
    http://www.scantool.net/downloads/79...-powersave.pdf

    My OBDLink says "Part Number: 408101", "Hardware Revision: 2.3" and "Mfg. Date 28 April: 2010" on the bottom.

    Gary (-;
    OBDGPSLogger, for logging OBDII and/or GPS data
    OBDSim, an OBDII/ELM327 software simulator
    mp3car forums: obdgpslogger, obdsim

  • #2
    Section 2.2, SLCS command description:

    "The device must be reset for any PowerSave configuration changes to take effect."

    ATZ

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    • #3
      oooh. Oops. Now I gotta wait to go home to try that.

      I could swear I'd unplugged and replugged the device but no change had been affected; does it specifically need to be ATZ?

      According to the other thread, the changes are permanant between unplugging and replugging, right?

      Gary
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      • #4
        Originally posted by chunkyks View Post
        oooh. Oops. Now I gotta wait to go home to try that.

        I could swear I'd unplugged and replugged the device but no change had been affected; does it specifically need to be ATZ?

        According to the other thread, the changes are permanant between unplugging and replugging, right?

        Gary
        Any reset (ATZ, ATWS, unplug/plug) would work. The settings are saved in non-volatile memory.

        Vitaliy
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        • #5
          Yup! It's working now

          Thank-you! That's perfect. When it goes to sleep, the warmth emenating from by the bluetooth dongle inside just goes away, so it must be powered down

          Gary (-;
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