TPMS & DFX5.03 - Complete HOWTO get working Guide...
I just want to summarize how to get the TPMS working in DFX v5.03.
Some earlier posts had most of it down, but some things were missing.
John, perhaps you can use this for the next release of DFX5 update.
In addition to this fix, it would also be a good idea to have the cancel-alert button show that it is activated (currently it has not inidication). Perhaps something similar to what Robby had (a blinking red light on the button).
Firstly...I can confrim 100% that this is working correctly.
- sensors are displayed and updating live information correctly
- battery meters are also displaying the battery levels of each sensor
- alerts (visual and voice) are also triggered correclty for all 4 tires
- cancel alert button seems to work
a) copy the following TPMS files to "c:\Program Files\RideRunner\Plugins\TPMS\", or wherever you installed your RideRunner.
-Important thing is that these files go into the "RideRunner\Plugins\TPMS" folder.
b) TPMS Files to copy: "RRTMS.dll", "RRTMS.INI", "RRTMS Config.exe"
a) you need to register the rrtms module to the new dir location.
b) open a command prompt (START ==> RUN ==> Type cmd ==> ENTER\OK)
c) change dir to where the rrtms.dll is.
-So in the command prompt type: cd "c:\Program Files\RideRunner\Plugins\TPMS\"
-(note, its a good idea to include the quotation marks around the dir name)
d) now register the TPMS module:
-in the command prompt type: regsvr32 RRTMS.dll
e) run "RRTMS Config.exe" to confirm it is picking up your existing TPMS settings.
a) Change the order of the slider code in the TMS.ini screen.
Looke for this line: "Y01,"slider_battery\SLIDER_*.gif"
and move it up to the top of the battery location section:
The final code should look like this:
That should cover it. Hope i didn't miss anything.