Which reminds me...
Today I went about 'learning' my sensors, seeing that I have all 4 working now...
But I'm a little confused, as I rotated my tires (front to back) before I learned them. The colour marking is swapped front/rear now.
The problem is, I learned the sensors matched to the colour coding, so using RRTMS, the rear left and right are number 1 and number 2...Front is 3 and 4...
No problem learning them like this, HOWEVER, when setting up sensor assignments in Centrafuse, should I select the numbers the same as RRTMS, i.e. front left/right = 3/4, etc., or should the assignments stay the same, 1 thru 4?
In other words, is CF reading the data as it's learned from RRTMS, or is it assuming front left is always 1, front right 2, etc.?
I think I have the CF plugin really confused...or I'm really confused!
I have to mess with the PSI to find out whats really going on...
Or just 'learn' it regardless of colour coding, and simply learn them in the proper order, 1, 2, 3, 4... (and swap the colour rings around!)
http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tirete...jsp?techid=43& Pattern C) your order should now have changed to 1-RR 2-RL 3-FR 4-FL 5-S. There is no way for the reciever to know where your sensors are...yet .
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Okay...I'll relearn them using RRTMS using the standard 1-FL 2-FR 3-RR 4-RL pattern...
Then use CF to configure where the tires are...
My tires are directional, so they only move forwards and backwards when rotated, not X cross
anyone know where i can get a pre-etched bread board and a programmed pic chip? i am going to hook up this receiver http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/pro...oducts_id=8947
going to see if i can pick up my sensors to start getting samples of packets so we might be able to decode them. the hope being maybe we can expand this for use with cars that already have sensors
Okay...reprogramed the sensors again today, this time without altering the locations.
Reprogramed easy, thanks to the new hardware!
Everything seems to be working well...
However, I have the reciever mounted in the dash behind the monitor, and I'm not sure if it's picking up the sensors. The data seems to never change!
(I programed it with the reciever on the dash, so I can 'reboot' it after each 'learn')
Is there a way to know if it's reading 'new' data, or just displaying the 'learned' data?
Perhaps this could be a future feature...to have the TPMS tell you if it hasn't recieved any new data after X amount of minutes?