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(@bmgjet)
Dyno Wizard Moderator

Im assuming CANID is incremental 1024 (Channel 1) 1032 (Channel 2).
Ill start writting support for it now.

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Topic starter Posted : 06/03/2019 6:21 am
(@toalan)
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CANID is user assignable, so it could be any number between 0-2048. CANID of the first unit could be 1024, the second unit could be say 1026.

PM me your address and I will send out a unit to you for testing. Thanks so much for putting in support for my product.

If there are specific CANIDs that are reserved, please provide me with a list and I will put that in my user manual so users do not use those CANIDs when using S3 with the yourdyno controller.

 

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Posted : 06/03/2019 6:39 am
(@bmgjet)
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Have sent you my details in an PM.
Thank you. A test unit would help a lot.

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Topic starter Posted : 06/03/2019 6:55 am
(@bmgjet)
Dyno Wizard Moderator

Little app thats not of any use to any one but me but like to let people know there is progress going on.

Generates lambda value and the high and low byte numbers that would be output from MegaSpartan using a AFR value input.
Useful to me for debugging since can punch in some numbers, Copy and paste the high and low byte then check that my plugin decodes those bytes back into the proper values.

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Topic starter Posted : 07/03/2019 5:44 am
(@bmgjet)
Dyno Wizard Moderator

Demo of the UI layout.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBPNkb2h0fE

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Topic starter Posted : 12/03/2019 6:41 am
(@bmgjet)
Dyno Wizard Moderator

Update: A03

Lots of UI changes.
Lots of selectable items added.
Guages can be shown/hidden from Run window (Requires restarting YourDyno program)
Added back end code for Megaspartan, (will be enabled once if tested it works in next version)

 
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Topic starter Posted : 14/03/2019 7:49 am
(@mjpower)
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Good day. 
Just got my Usb-Can adapter yesterday. If i want to hook it up to make the yourdyno read map, lambda, oil pressure etc from ecumaster black and classic ecus that i mostly do. how do i get by? are you planing on some kind of "user configurable option" ?

i used scantool and the elm327 to get that info from one ecumaster black the other day, but it was rather slow and laggy. was kinda hoping the posibility would open up with the can tool. all the info about the ecumaster canbus protocol is in the help file on the software. hoping i dont have to send a ecu for testing, as that probably is a bit over my play around budget 🙂 

Best Regards

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Posted : 19/03/2019 1:37 pm
(@bmgjet)
Dyno Wizard Moderator

I'll make a logger program for you to run which captures ecu can signals and saves to file. Then a can make a simulator from that to test against and add support

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Topic starter Posted : 19/03/2019 9:05 pm
(@bmgjet)
Dyno Wizard Moderator

Have attached a version that lets you save the debug log to file.
So with your CAN adapter connected at the same baud rate as your ECU is working at. Go to settings page and click show debug.
The textbox should start to fill up with all the infomation thats being send on the CAN Bus. Let it run for a few seconds at least so it captures a few loops of information.

Then save that to file and attach file here for me or send it to me on facebook.
Also a screen shot of the CAN settings your using in the ECU will help so I know what MSGID goes to what function.

 
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Topic starter Posted : 20/03/2019 4:50 am
(@bmgjet)
Dyno Wizard Moderator

Update: A04

Added all the common buad rates to drop down list, (Only personally tested 500 and 1000kbit)
Improved saving of debug window (pads messages with less then 8 bytes so they work with my simulator)

 
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Topic starter Posted : 22/03/2019 10:57 am
(@bmgjet)
Dyno Wizard Moderator

Have confirmation that 250kbit mode works.
Working on adding support for EMU-Black.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slYwnve305s

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Topic starter Posted : 24/03/2019 12:33 am
(@bmgjet)
Dyno Wizard Moderator

Update: A05

Support for ECUMaster EMU Black. (MjPower edition)
Background work in place for customising guages data is output to and units.

 
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Topic starter Posted : 27/03/2019 4:17 am
(@mjpower)
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Here you can see video of Bmgjet’s amazing job. 

(Pc is disconnecting and lags there, but after a restart it got okey)

so nice to just connect one connector and have all the data available on the dyno.

 

only thing now thats missing is thst things are scaled right in the grapfs. And they should only draw lines on rising rpm, gets way too many lines to wrap my head around right now :p

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Posted : 29/03/2019 7:32 pm
(@bmgjet)
Dyno Wizard Moderator

Thanks. All this wouldnt of been possible with out your help.

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Topic starter Posted : 29/03/2019 10:34 pm
(@bmgjet)
Dyno Wizard Moderator

Update: A06

Support for BlueCAN (Product created by myself)
Demo Vide: https://youtu.be/4gPOhFnqne8

Added BAR to PSI conversion in settings.
C to F and Lambda to AFR settings now apply to EMU Black. (Correction also made to Fuel Pressure value)

BlueCAN 0.1: Features
Selectable Baudrate (1000,500,250,125)
Read CAN Stream 50hz (Send to USB or Bluetooth COM Port)
Write CAN Stream 10hz
Firmware updates over USB.
*Note: To reduce bluetooth traffic it doesnt send identical frames*
So if you had only 1 device and its value hasnt changed watching the debug log in yourdyno it will look like its only sent 1 frame then stopped, It hasnt if its not recieving CAN data it will send "NO DATA" for every 10sec there has been no CAN stream activity.

Product Status: 3D printed cases in production and 1 prototype has gone out for external testing.

 
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Topic starter Posted : 31/03/2019 2:51 am
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