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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    Robby is there anyway at all you can develop a USB kit for a diffrent system? Say for example the Valet TPMS system. The Valet system is much more reasonably priced. If you would like I will buy you one and have it shipped to you if you can create an interface for that..... I think then you will get alot more people to get into a USB TPMS solution. I know at first I thought it was crazy to order a $300.00 dollar device then cut it in half. Then I kind of got over it, but now Im back to the same conclusion. The Valet is only $100.00 and Im willing to sacrafice that, but $300.00 dollars, no. I think alottttttt of people feel the same about this. If you cant do it, is someone else willing to take on the challenge? I would try, but I dont know anything about this stuff, I still havent figured out what the PIC is.
    Hi,
    If I remember has Robby try Valet TPMS but is not good working...
    If you have 3rd eye TPMS you have two way to build it in USB interface.
    1.)Cut board and put it into USB TPMS board.
    2.)On power connector add new pin where is now empty and connect it with USB TPMS board

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    Hola voy a expresarme en español ya que en ingles me cuesta un poco, he escrito al fabricante y me ha respondido, el mensaje que le he enviado es:

    Ladies and Gentlemen:

    I am writing on behalf of a group of the Internet that is interested
    in your module Tire Pressure Monitoring System. We live in Spain, we
    would like to know if we sold the units directly to us, without going
    through any supplier.

    We are interested in knowing the cost of these units and if they make
    any kind of quantity discount, if the price is attractive, the number
    of units could exceed 50.

    Thank you for your attention and look forward to your response

    Y esta ha sido su respuesta:

    Dear Adrian,
    We will be glad to supply you our products directly, hereunder are our
    discounted prices for the TPMS.

    TE800T - 4 wheels @ $125.00
    TE805T - 5 wheels @ $140.00

    Thanks and await your reply.

    Regards,

    Tony


    Ya que a mi me cuesta mucho expresarme en ingles, os pido que cogais el relevo de la negociación ya que os será mas facil comunicaros con ellos.

    Si se realiza una compra congunta contar conmigo.

    Saludos
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Dejan_ View Post
    Hi,
    If I remember has Robby try Valet TPMS but is not good working...
    If you have 3rd eye TPMS you have two way to build it in USB interface.
    1.)Cut board and put it into USB TPMS board.
    2.)On power connector add new pin where is now empty and connect it with USB TPMS board
    Dejan, is there like a step my step method for option number 2? If there is, maybe I missed it. Anyways I am considering maybe doing this again. Over the weekend, I started experimenting with my sodering gun with perfect results. I created a Auto Switch feature for my Lilliput EBY701 and i had to soder a micro relay. I guess before (XM adapter destruction), I tried to rush and that was why I failed. Now im more confident.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aveigal View Post
    Hola voy a expresarme en español ya que en ingles me cuesta un poco, he escrito al fabricante y me ha respondido, el mensaje que le he enviado es:

    Ladies and Gentlemen:

    I am writing on behalf of a group of the Internet that is interested
    in your module Tire Pressure Monitoring System. We live in Spain, we
    would like to know if we sold the units directly to us, without going
    through any supplier.

    We are interested in knowing the cost of these units and if they make
    any kind of quantity discount, if the price is attractive, the number
    of units could exceed 50.

    Thank you for your attention and look forward to your response

    Y esta ha sido su respuesta:

    Dear Adrian,
    We will be glad to supply you our products directly, hereunder are our
    discounted prices for the TPMS.

    TE800T - 4 wheels @ $125.00
    TE805T - 5 wheels @ $140.00

    Thanks and await your reply.

    Regards,

    Tony


    Ya que a mi me cuesta mucho expresarme en ingles, os pido que cogais el relevo de la negociación ya que os será mas facil comunicaros con ellos.

    Si se realiza una compra congunta contar conmigo.

    Saludos
    is this for the 3rd eye kit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    Dejan, is there like a step my step method for option number 2? If there is, maybe I missed it. Anyways I am considering maybe doing this again. Over the weekend, I started experimenting with my sodering gun with perfect results. I created a Auto Switch feature for my Lilliput EBY701 and i had to soder a micro relay. I guess before (XM adapter destruction), I tried to rush and that was why I failed. Now im more confident.
    Robby has described this method in posts from #125 to #128.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robby BMW View Post
    You need to connect this pin to the JP2 and the pin with the black wire to JP3 throug a shielded cable.
    Oh wow, that seems much easier...... So when you say "run the black wire to JP3" you mean the black one inbetween the red ones?
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Dejan_ View Post
    How did you learn sensors? Im quick read manual and if you want learn sensors you must fill or empty tire. So I think you don't have learned receiver and then you see vrong values...
    If we go the route of using the cable method to use this board, cant we use the LCD interface to learn the sensors? That way we do not have to have the PC learn it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    If we go the route of using the cable method to use this board, cant we use the LCD interface to learn the sensors? That way we do not have to have the PC learn it?
    No, you need to use the PC too, because the PIC interface is totally independent from the LCD iterface. They share only the receiver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaBi View Post
    Robby has described this method in posts from #125 to #128.
    yea, I just saw it..... thanx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robby BMW View Post
    No, you need to use the PC too, because the PIC interface is totally independent from the LCD iterface. They share only the receiver.
    Ahhhhhhh.... ok, i got it.....

    Another question, is the waeco system the same as the 3rd eye? How many people are successfully using this system? Is it still the same way? Connect a wire to the data port cable and the ground, then use your PIC and board?

    I checked the site..... the waeco system doesnt seem to be advanced.... all it is is a blinking light that changes colors.... Does it send out the same information to work with Robby's TPMS Doctor? Like battery life and which tire is doing what?
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