I dont think we all speak Itallian here Here is rough translation =)
Hello ROBBY excuses what I write in Italian but my English not and acetabile better Italian, I am Polish between 2 setimane, I come in italia Emiglia romagna (FC) want to know how I rest your pic programator buys interesa moplto your project have machina long like train and use carputer put to buy parc sesnsor with LED and it was belissimo to have intertorch for carputer but I do not know how contatare with you if you can answer me a great veramete will be belissimo dtcpaolo (chiociola) interia.pl six you make things Number 1 today I have thought what nensuno has not put heating in the parafangi protections as here that there very much snow everything plugs with snow mud rubbers to itself itself posono always to clean dream full of snow think that metendo heating that siolga snow in mudguard extract that probleme to us if you do not clean and everything itself giacia freezes that he thinks you how you must strain steering to turn wheels do not know if good idea forsce not for all world but North is said hallo you do more than from beautiful things six I boast!
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Current project: Parking sensor USB interface
I have Two boards for sale. They need all the components. 15 a piece + shipping. Let me know
Hey guys, now that the USB TPMS is just about ready to go, this is the next project that I would like to work on with Robby and the other guys, so that everyone can have one without going through the headache of building it. I am going to be doing some reading this evening to see what is required to build my own but if someone that is familiar with this thread point me the right direction for hardware it would be great so I can get stuff ordered right away. Also I know you guys are working with 2 particular parking sensor kits (LED and LCD) but does anyone know if the sensors that are used are interchangable? This will help me determine if I need to contact the company that is making these systems or if I can use my own source for sensors. In fact the guys at 3rd eye have a pretty nice system and since I already have my foot through the door it shouldn't be hard to source some sensors from them. Another idea I had was to possibly be able to combine both of these projects (TPMS and Parking Distance) into one board so that way you aren't wasting a USB port and we could reduce the cost, this is assuming that most people would like to have both of these features. Anyways I don't want to get to far ahead of myself, especially since I still have to finish reading this thread.
Also Dejan do you have any more of the PIC boards in stock?
Blankstar - if you still have those boards I am willing to relive you of them as long as they are in good working condition.
i have posted here my problem with PDC-Plugin in CF.
((I have issue with my cam after Standby! When i close and restart CF it shows me the Pictures from cam, after standby i have a black screen in video windows.))
Can you help me with this Plugin??
Also, it would be nice to have an beep over hardware. My Beep-Output on PDC-Board is not working.
Nope My dad helped me get the two completed boards working. I have two Empty boards with the traces on them for anyone looking to build them. Alok I still need to update my TPMS boards with you. I have been busy last two weeks. I had a family matter to attend to for a week. I should ship it out soon. Ill shoot you a pm
cameras being installed for the rear and 1 for the front, so Ive decided thats enough to get me by.
Nirwana Project, the Android/Win 7 hybrid system!
1X Ainol Novo Flame Tab
3x Perixx Touchpads
3x 7 inch Screens
1X 7 inch motorized Screen
1x Win 7 PC
www.proxel.com or the smilar www.parkingdynamics.co.uk
With this type of sensor you donīt need to drill any holes in your bumper and the installtion can be made completely invisible.
Another advantage of this system compared to ultrasonic sensors is that ultrasonic sensors doesn't work below 30 cm, while this apprently can go much lower. + There's no blind spots between sensors.