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    That's pretty interesting - it's nice to have...

    That's pretty interesting - it's nice to have some better idea as to what was the problem. My Intel board suddenly failed just after my post, and I will be getting a new one as well. In the mean...
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    Two year old dead thread - of course, but I'll...

    Two year old dead thread - of course, but I'll revive it anyway. ;)

    I've got the same issue, using the Lilliput 869 (8" version, but the same otherwise). I -hate- that I see the blue screen. ...
  3. The point of this thread is for me to get input...

    The point of this thread is for me to get input on a kit that I'm making - so I'm just trying to determine if the goals of our projects are lined up well. I don't think your pricing is outrageous,...
  4. So then why spend $60+ on building an arduino...

    So then why spend $60+ on building an arduino adapter if you can spend under $15 on eBay for a bluetooth USB adapter and a bluetooth OBD-II reader?

    It would make sense if you're not using a PC -...
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    Can you go into depth with this a little bit...

    Can you go into depth with this a little bit more? I am getting a similar problem (board not POSTing quickly) and hadn't had time to diagnose the issue. For me, most of the time it works great, but...
  6. I don't have much experience with OBD-II, other...

    I don't have much experience with OBD-II, other than I've got a bluetooth OBD-II reader that I picked up on eBay for a few bucks, and it reads everything just fine. Is there additional info that can...
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    I won't be doing the 'load shedding' as you call...

    I won't be doing the 'load shedding' as you call it predictively, I'll be doing it by hand, but knowing which components have what power consumption is essential either way. For example, if I find...
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    :crazy:

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    The reason I want current monitoring is so I can...

    The reason I want current monitoring is so I can measure the power draw of different components and optimize the power usage. In particular, I want to keep a subset of my system running 24/7, and...
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    I was planning on doing the shunts because they...

    I was planning on doing the shunts because they are cheaper - about half the price - and I was having problems finding what I was looking for on Mouser... but you're right - it's probably better to...
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    Current-Monitor?

    I've been searching here and elsewhere for a decent current monitor setup, and I can't find anything. What the hell!?

    I've got an auxiliary battery that is connected to the main battery over...
  12. I'll have to look into the iTunes RR plugin -...

    I'll have to look into the iTunes RR plugin - when I last looked around I could only find one project and it was not well supported and didn't seem to work.

    My PC interface is done in C# - I've...
  13. Yes, my arduino does very little processing, it...

    Yes, my arduino does very little processing, it just sends the info to the PC (over USB). I have a program running on the PC that can read the accelerometer, magnetometer, set/unset the relay,...
  14. As a quick update, I fried my Uno, replaced it...

    As a quick update, I fried my Uno, replaced it with an Leonardo, and I like the Leonardo much better :)

    Here is the shield:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3WsTe6h-xg
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    ERRRRMAGERRDDD!! That's exactly what I was...

    ERRRRMAGERRDDD!! That's exactly what I was looking for! Holy hell, does it have a bad name & description, though. :P Ordering 6 of them now, haha!
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    I went ahead and ordered a few different USB...

    I went ahead and ordered a few different USB hubs. :)

    I ordered 3 of those "octopus"/"squid" USB hubs. On eBay they're like $2 a piece. I also picked up a beefier and more expensive powered...
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    Great suggestions! That Ram mount USB hub looks...

    Great suggestions! That Ram mount USB hub looks like it would outlast the car it's going into! :)

    I am going to try and put a few capacitors on the 5v line running to my existing hub to see if...
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    USB Hub recommendations?

    I've tried searching on the forum for a good USB hub, but I think the search is broken.

    I've got a bunch of USB devices that I'm trying to run, and want to get a recommendation for a couple hubs. ...
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    I'm using one of these: ...

    I'm using one of these: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/100

    It's not just wired to 5V power from the PC, because in my setup I'll be running the PC 24/7, so it's hooked up to an arduino and...
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    Regarding the relay - how do you know whether to...

    Regarding the relay - how do you know whether to get an 80A or 200A or whatever? Same goes for the fuses you use between the batteries. I'm a bit mystified - I would imagine that (essentially)...
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    I really recommend that you pick up a current...

    I really recommend that you pick up a current sensor ("fuse tester") - I got one at Harbor Freight for under $15:

    http://www.harborfreight.com/30-amp-automotive-fuse-circuit-tester-67724.html...
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    hey jhanson - not sure if you still need help...

    hey jhanson - not sure if you still need help with this... It's pretty old... I think the reason you didn't get many responses is because your wiring options are a bit unclear, because you're not...
  23. I second this question. :) I have tried...

    I second this question. :)

    I have tried looking up the specs of how the illumination/dimmer wire works, but I haven't found any real info. If it works by varying voltage, then the Joycon EXR will...
  24. Unfortunately, that is not the case. The Uno,...

    Unfortunately, that is not the case. The Uno, Uno R3, and Leonardo all have different shield pin-outs when it comes to certain features (namely I2C). For now I think I'm going to hold off on the...
  25. Thanks for the message! I thought about this for...

    Thanks for the message! I thought about this for a little while, and I don't think it would work using the Arduino Uno. I think using the Leonardo it might be possible, though. The reason is that...
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