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Thread: Custom USB tyre pressure monitoring interface

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    Hey Robby..got my 2.0 chip this week...Thanks again!!
    The original will be coming your way Monday.

    Thanks again...

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    Woah that was fast... Let us know how the new FW works out on the learning of the sensors.

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    One more picture! Here is the Old version sitting next to the New version. See if you can spot all 10 differences (just joking around ).
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    Greetings!
    I wish to buy to myself the complete set of the second version, on 4 wheels how it to make?

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    send me an email to sales@portalmediapc.com...

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    _Dejan_,

    Thank you very much, I just got my 2.0 version PIC from you. Tommorow will be the day to give it a try !

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    I was waiting for the beta test forum, but I guess this will have to do. I am now the proud user of two TPMS systems - thanks LOK for your outstanding customer service (let's hope my experience was unique). So far no leaks, no breaks, no problems. System 1 was a Third Eye with Robbys mod from LYHTSPD; the second was a complete system from LOK via the initial waiting list.

    What makes this unique is both are permanently installed in two different vehicles, but only one PC. I have docking stations in each car and was initially concerned that the learning process on the second would erase the saved sensors from the first - but it didn't! My tablet already has a script run on startup that identifies which car its in and sets some parameters, so now I need to add the rrtms.ini cause the pressures and alerts are different for each car.

    But the systems are working flawlessly: my temps are all within 4 degrees; pressure is dead on; alerts fire as programmed and reset immediately; learning was smooth and error free; and the antennas are just right for my cars.

    One technique I would like to pass on to the group - If you can, work it out with the tire shop to let you learn the sensors as they are being installed. My first set I tried to do the learn process after they were installed - I rushed it and had problems. On the last set, I hit the learn button as soon as the tire was popped back on. The mechanic aired it up and as it lost pressure while he inserted the valve the learning process completed. The interval between tires is just right so the process has the necessary time to normalize the previous sensor and the distance between the car on the lift and the tire is short and unobstructed. So when the mechanic finished the last tire, I was ready to assist him in setting the exact tire pressures I wanted. (My guy laughed when I told him I wanted all four tires within 1/2 pound, but he did better - they're within .2lbs.) By the time I paid and got my keys, even the temps were within 4 degrees and I was all set.
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    Just wanted to let you guys know that I have a extra board and pic chip laying around. My dog smashed it and I was never able to get it to work again. I went ahead and bought one of LOK's kits, which are very well built by the way. Who ever wants to try to save my old one can have it, just pay for shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    Just wanted to let you guys know that I have a extra board and pic chip laying around. My dog smashed it and I was never able to get it to work again. I went ahead and bought one of LOK's kits, which are very well built by the way. Who ever wants to try to save my old one can have it, just pay for shipping.
    bummer. cool if he swallowed the sensors and you could measure is flatulence, though. tpms dog.

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    I have a question here. Is there any STAND ALONE software for TPMS available ? I know there is plugin for RR and for Centrafuse and both are great ones, however they may work only with in the frontend software.

    For example TPMS Doctor is good as a stand alone application but it can not give a sound warnings while pressure or temp is out of the range. The reason why I am looking for it is simple: I am under SD2 and there is no TPMS plugin available for it at the moment. I do not have enoufgh skills to write one so I want to run some TPMS standalone application on background and have warnings comming on if something goes wrong.

    Please help with the suggestion on this. Thank you
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