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    yep, specially those who makes sense.
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    another Q....

    I just got a canbus adapter so that i can feed signals like park brake etc to the pc and make use of the factory stalk.

    It also have a speed pulse output, would it be possible to use that to count up the odometer in RRVM ?

    As for gps my antenna is the one garmin supplies with their mobile pc software, sadly it does not show up as a serial device so it cant be shared, not that i mind since the gps has a bad habbit of adding miles even thou not driving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boelle View Post
    another Q....

    I just got a canbus adapter so that i can feed signals like park brake etc to the pc and make use of the factory stalk.

    It also have a speed pulse output, would it be possible to use that to count up the odometer in RRVM ?

    As for gps my antenna is the one garmin supplies with their mobile pc software, sadly it does not show up as a serial device so it cant be shared, not that i mind since the gps has a bad habbit of adding miles even thou not driving.
    i dont currently have a canbus device so i'd have no way to test that feature. Anyone know of a canbus simulator that wont break the bank?
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    you might not need one, my adapter outputs a square wave signal at 1 hz per km/h... will check up to make 100% sure.

    My thought was to use that signal and in some simple way feed it to a ser. port or a usb to serial.. then make the plugin count the pulses that way... just a thought
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    yep just read the 1 Hz per km/h figure on a spec sheet for another adapter so it seems to be a general signal.

    on my adapter it's used interface an aftermarket radio to the car... so i'm pretty sure the signal is more or less a standard.
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    do RRVM calculate distance by messureing speed and time?

    if so a small plugin that tells RR the speed would do... or am i total off track?
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    Quote Originally Posted by boelle View Post
    do RRVM calculate distance by messureing speed and time?

    if so a small plugin that tells RR the speed would do... or am i total off track?
    It calculates by taking the difference between current lat/lon and last lat/lon. I would have to release another version which takes speed and time into the equation (basically the way CFVM uses OBD data)
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    i have been playing arround with the idea of a small PIc that counts pulses for a sec and passes that number on as serial data...

    hmm... would it be possible to read this on the serial port:

    60,60,60,60....

    ie that the comma tells RRVM that the speed is the number from one comma to the next?

    just small thoughts
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    i can read whatever data you pass via serial
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