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    My scanner project

    Hi,

    Just thought I would share a project that I have been working on.
    It is a standalone OBD-II scanner based on the ScanTool.net microOBD 200 module.
    Features:
    - 320x240 color touchscreen
    -...
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    Can't beat that price !

    Can't beat that price !
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    I haven't seen any short cables, but I have never...

    I haven't seen any short cables, but I have never looked for them either.

    It wouldn't take much to shorten a cable, just cut out a section and solder it back together.

    I would certainly be...
  4. No sir, but I have it now. :yum:

    No sir, but I have it now. :yum:
  5. Exactly the information that I have been looking...

    Exactly the information that I have been looking for. I have been pondering how I could upgrade a microOBD that is embedded into a project and has no connection to a PC, thanks Vitaliy.
  6. OK, I'll buy that. I suspect each vehicle will...

    OK, I'll buy that.

    I suspect each vehicle will have a unique trigger value, which may change over time.
    What kind of values have you seen in testing?
  7. Since the VBAT voltage is always present at the...

    Since the VBAT voltage is always present at the OBDII connector it appears that a separate connection to a switched power source is necessary for the 'voltage sleep' function.
    Would that be correct?
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    link results in blank page ??

    link results in blank page ??
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    Absolutely. I don't see any DC power available...

    Absolutely.

    I don't see any DC power available on the J960 connector, but you could power the microOBD circuit from the car battery via the OBDII cable and a regulator.
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    Yes, that is the theory. You will need a power...

    Yes, that is the theory.
    You will need a power supply for VCC and GND, but maybe the IGEP board has power available.

    I am currently using the microOBD connected to a PIC controller. This is a...
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    How about something like this: ...

    How about something like this:

    http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=449

    It should convert the RS232 UART levels on the IGEP board to TTL UART levels for the microOBD.
  12. Well, that certainly gives me some incentive to...

    Well, that certainly gives me some incentive to get to work !
    I'll have to put my order in soon.
  13. I am working on a standalone virtual dash using a...

    I am working on a standalone virtual dash using a PIC and a 2.8" color touchscreen display. It kind of fills the gap between a full blown carputer and a basic handheld scantool. This module will...
  14. Great, just what I have been waiting for!

    Great, just what I have been waiting for!
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    I would like to suggest that the header pins be...

    I would like to suggest that the header pins be left off of the board.
    They could be included, but not soldered into the board.
    This would give the user (me :) ) more options for incorporating the...
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    OK, I'm still interested. How long before they...

    OK, I'm still interested.
    How long before they are available?

    Have you parted ways with the actual ELM chips?
    It looks like you are making your own now.
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    Looks very interesting! Any idea on pricing...

    Looks very interesting!

    Any idea on pricing yet?
  18. Well, all right, if you insist.

    Well, all right, if you insist.
  19. Thanks for the tips.

    Thanks for the tips.
  20. Do I win a free ELMScan? :yum:

    Do I win a free ELMScan? :yum:
  21. For what it's worth, here is some of my code. It...

    For what it's worth, here is some of my code.
    It assumes the response from the ELM to a $03 request is contained in the buffer 'ELMrxstr' in the fomat '43 01 33 00 00 00 00' and the number of codes...
  22. OK, yeah the $0E threw me off. How about:...

    OK, yeah the $0E threw me off.

    How about:
    P0100
    P0200
    P0300
    C0300
    B0200
    U0100
  23. OK, I'll take a stab at it: ECU 10 has 6...

    OK, I'll take a stab at it:

    ECU 10 has 6 stored DTC's
    P0E43
    P0601
    P0002
    P0003
    P0043
    P0082
  24. I believe a mode 01 PID 01 request just gives the...

    I believe a mode 01 PID 01 request just gives the MIL status and number of codes.

    To get the actual codes, you need to do a mode 03 request.

    The datasheet for the ELM327 at elm electronics has...
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    Yeah, come to think of it carburetors are rated...

    Yeah, come to think of it carburetors are rated in CFM so I guess it might make sense to show a value of CFM.

    They are probably using the 'ideal gas law' pV = nRT to convert the mass into a...
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