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Thread: IBusCommunicatoRR [Update Dec 2011]

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan32500 View Post
    I see, makes sense.
    I think data requests are needed for E46 though. So even every 1 minute it would suffice for Outside Temp, Consum, Avg Speed & Range.
    Then if PDC is active, pause the other timers.

    Can the 'Speed Camera' function use RR NAV info if OEM NAV is not fitted? I was planning to use GPSExec but it looks bloated when your plugin has more or less same functionality.
    OK are you sure requests are needed? cause that's different than my car (E39) where data is sent automatically when changed (and only when changed).

    Not sure about the Speed camera using RR info, need to take a close look at it. Only need Lat/Long and current speed and if i can get that, it should be OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cia2000 View Post
    Ive got running some essential functions by using TXT-AREA 0/1 analysis in MSG-IDs but my biggest prob is the CD-EMU now - it isnt working well just work 2 of 10 Times - what can be my prob? I use a resler-v6-USB interface - will try it with a serial self-made K-Line...
    Don't think it's your interface, the CD-emu looks broken and I don't know were just now.

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    share the ibuscomm source code

    can u share the latest ibuscomm source code, i would like to look in to it, my intrest is to look for implimenting the CDC emu. procedure and the AUX mode trigering the rear cam, for now the ibusscomm doesnt impliment these procedures or it have them not very well tested.

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    Please can someone tell me the iBus message format for the PDC command? (0x60)
    i.e 60 0E 3F A0 08 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF E6 02 1D

    I am in the progress of creating a Can-Bus to iBus translator using a little Arduino micro processor. The motivation behind this is I have changed from an E46 BMW to an E84 BMW and hence gone from ibus to CAN Bus, I really needed to get steering wheel buttons back before I end up crashing!

    So far I can read back CAN Bus data for Speed, Steering wheel buttons, RPM, temperature etc and translate them into IBus style commands that IbusRR and IBusCommunicatoRR understand.

    I am stumped with the PDC command at the moment as I can find no documentation on the command format and don't know what IBusCommunicatoRR expects

    Ultimately I would be better off creating my own plugin for RR as CAN Bus has a lot more engine and sensor data available than iBus. But, I'm not a software programmer and I am still trying to get my head around COM calls and all that.

    Cheers

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    Dear JanneH0,

    It's been a while since I contacted you about ibuscommunicatoRR. I also replied a copple of time to the thread. I was wondering if you could tell me which codes you are using to get the communicatoRR to automatically switch skin to the PDC.skin. Or if it's possible to leaf the pdc distance informatie out of the IbuscommunicatoRR, because when I run IbuscommunicatoRR the scrolling music text doesn't run smoothly...and maybe when I leaf the PDC distance reading out this will help?

    Hope you can help me.

    Best Regards
    Nick

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrevorC2 View Post
    Please can someone tell me the iBus message format for the PDC command? (0x60)
    i.e 60 0E 3F A0 08 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF E6 02 1D

    I am in the progress of creating a Can-Bus to iBus translator using a little Arduino micro processor. The motivation behind this is I have changed from an E46 BMW to an E84 BMW and hence gone from ibus to CAN Bus, I really needed to get steering wheel buttons back before I end up crashing!

    So far I can read back CAN Bus data for Speed, Steering wheel buttons, RPM, temperature etc and translate them into IBus style commands that IbusRR and IBusCommunicatoRR understand.

    I am stumped with the PDC command at the moment as I can find no documentation on the command format and don't know what IBusCommunicatoRR expects

    Ultimately I would be better off creating my own plugin for RR as CAN Bus has a lot more engine and sensor data available than iBus. But, I'm not a software programmer and I am still trying to get my head around COM calls and all that.

    Cheers
    Hi ,
    Sorry for the late reply, havn't been here for a while
    "FF" is where the value from the sensors are and here's the code.

    Code:
    Public Function SendToRRPDC(PDCIbusmsg As String, iniUnit As String) As Boolean
    
    Dim i As Byte
    Dim SensorRead As Integer
    Dim RRSend As String
    Dim PDCChar As String
    Dim ResetTimer As Boolean
    
    
        SendToRRPDC = False
        
        For i = 6 To 13
            SensorRead = Asc(Mid$(PDCIbusmsg, i, 1))
                If SensorRead < 200 Then
                    PDCChar = PDCDistance(SensorRead, iniUnit)
                    SendToRRPDC = True
                Else
                    PDCChar = "---"
                End If
                
                Select Case i
                    Case 6
                        RRSDK.SetUserVar "IBusCommunicatoRR_PDCRLS", PDCChar
                        int_pdcrls = SensorRead
                    Case 7
                        RRSDK.SetUserVar "IBusCommunicatoRR_PDCRRS", PDCChar
                        int_pdcrrs = SensorRead
                    Case 8
                        RRSDK.SetUserVar "IBusCommunicatoRR_PDCRLC", PDCChar
                        int_pdcrlc = SensorRead
                    Case 9
                        RRSDK.SetUserVar "IBusCommunicatoRR_PDCRRC", PDCChar
                        int_pdcrrc = SensorRead
                    Case 10
                        RRSDK.SetUserVar "IBusCommunicatoRR_PDCFLS", PDCChar
                        int_pdcfls = SensorRead
                    Case 11
                        RRSDK.SetUserVar "IBusCommunicatoRR_PDCFRS", PDCChar
                        int_pdcfrs = SensorRead
                    Case 12
                        RRSDK.SetUserVar "IBusCommunicatoRR_PDCFLC", PDCChar
                        int_pdcflc = SensorRead
                    Case 13
                        RRSDK.SetUserVar "IBusCommunicatoRR_PDCFRC", PDCChar
                        int_pdcfrc = SensorRead
                End Select
        Next i
    
    End Function
    
    
    Private Function PDCDistance(Distance As Integer, Unit As String) As String
    
    Select Case Unit
        Case "meter"
            PDCDistance = Format(Distance)
        Case "inch"
            PDCDistance = Format(Distance * 0.393700787, "0.0")
        Case "feet"
            PDCDistance = Format(Distance * 0.032808399, "0.00")
    End Select
    
    End Function

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickyboy View Post
    Dear JanneH0,

    It's been a while since I contacted you about ibuscommunicatoRR. I also replied a copple of time to the thread. I was wondering if you could tell me which codes you are using to get the communicatoRR to automatically switch skin to the PDC.skin. Or if it's possible to leaf the pdc distance informatie out of the IbuscommunicatoRR, because when I run IbuscommunicatoRR the scrolling music text doesn't run smoothly...and maybe when I leaf the PDC distance reading out this will help?

    Hope you can help me.

    Best Regards
    Nick
    Hi,
    As said before, the scrolling problem has been solved when users have updated the driver/interface.
    Check with Rolf if he can update the drivers, or if you know USB use the tools for reset VID/PID and use the default driver.

    The "switch skin code" are: "6003D05AE9"

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRamahi View Post
    can u share the latest ibuscomm source code, i would like to look in to it, my intrest is to look for implimenting the CDC emu. procedure and the AUX mode trigering the rear cam, for now the ibusscomm doesnt impliment these procedures or it have them not very well tested.
    Hi,
    I don't have ibuscomm source, but it's availible here http://http://sourceforge.net/projec...iles/IBUSCOMM/

    If you mean IbuscommunicatoRR, then it's not availible for now.

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    Hi JanneH0

    Many thanks for the PDC command info,

    Trev,

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    Hi JanneH0

    for the first time I've tested this plugin on my bimmer (e46). The PI well read the navigation informations, the rpm but I don't have informations for the speed, the consumption... I've tested with your skin and mine but same result.
    Do you think there are differents Ibus codes to return informations. Could you get the ibus codes used in your plugin for all yours plugin variables as RRConsumption...
    If in the ini file I put my ibus code and use setVar as RRcommand to set yours variables plugin, do you think that it's a solution?

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