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v8.5 released

http://rhinopower.activeboard.com/t30460082/latest-news/?page=last



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ATM values aren't defined, I'll check the others. I hope to release a new issue by the end of next week which (hopefully) will fix all the known bugs.

My apologies for these issues, v8.4 was primarily a rebuild from backup files which doesn't seem to have been as successful as I had hoped.



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Datalogger is displaying and recording the incorrect registers.  O2_Bank2 is actually TPS(%).  I can't find/log Injector timing.

Also there is a cascading error when recording any of the ATM values ( the last 3 in the loggers pull down register list)   The error is:

 " is not an integer.



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kostuch wrote:

Functionality request:
Refresh data on demand (by clicking button 'refresh' or something) - much more easy to debug and test things.

I tought that setting refresh rate to zero do this, bur RV crashed horribly with "Division by zero' message flood.


 I will look at having an option to request data on demand.

The sample rate sets the interval between data requests. if it is set to 100ms then a data request will be sent every 100ms. 7812 is the slowest baud rate, it takes around 10ms to send a message and 10ms to receive a message, there is also some processing time within the ECU that has to be included. The SDL specification states a minimum sample period of 100ms but I included 50ms as some ECUs have been found to support this. I will put in a catch to always set the minimum sample rate to 50ms to prevent the software crashing if zero is entered.



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Theres no need to use an ECU ID of 0000 if your ECU ID is known because its the same as simply selecting raw data mode but you can easily compare measured values with the calculated values by refering to the address mapping.

If the ECU is unknown then RV automatically selects the data viewer and raw data mode and disables the dashboard because it can't display formatted values without a valid adress map and to avoid any possible maths errors. I will check that 0000 works as there may be a bug there.



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1, would LOVE to be able to select HEX or binary in dataview.

2, Also , if you want to use dataview with an ECU ID of 0000 by changing your real ID to 7943 in the datastream.csv, you have to know to open DV before you hit connect or RV gets shut down with out you getting to open DV. Maybe allow user to select DV before crashing out.

 



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Rhinoman wrote:

Page 1 of Data View  in v 0.84 shows registers 0 to 23

Page 2 shows 24 to 48.

Go back to page 1 and it shows 0 to 23 + 48.




 Sorry , that should be

Page 1 of Data View  in v 0.84 shows registers 0 to 24

Page 2 shows 24 to 48.

Go back to page 1 and it shows 0 to 23 + 48.

#24 is on both pages.



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Bug(?):
If there is more than three fault codes to display, the faultcode viewer 'blinks' refreshing lists - very annoying.
The white frames that display the faultcodes unfortunatelly are not resized with window resize.

Functionality request:
Refresh data on demand (by clicking button 'refresh' or something) - much more easy to debug and test things.

I tought that setting refresh rate to zero do this, bur RV crashed horribly with "Division by zero' message flood.



-- Edited by kostuch on Thursday 1st of March 2012 09:21:31 PM

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I have checked the code and there is a bug that means that the speed will always be displayed in MPH.

The pulldown always defaults to MPH and C, that doesn't reflect what units are currently being used, it is howver just a minor tweak to change that so I will do.

Settings should be saved automatically when the programme is closed.



-- Edited by Rhinoman on Thursday 1st of March 2012 12:14:21 PM

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To have Rhinodash.ini populate Units with KPH and DegC you need to select F and KPH then save, then select KPH and C, save.

No matter whats in the .ini the pull down tab shows C and MPG. I have not checked if my Dash speed reading is fixed after doing this.

The comms sample rate is saved in the .ini and shown on the dash but the pull down tab shows 100 at startup and i think uses 100 until you change it again.



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The speed is always shown in MPH.  the icon changes and the scale on the main speedo expands ,but the speed is MPH.



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Page 1 of Data View  in v 0.84 shows registers 0 to 23

Page 2 shows 24 to 48.

Go back to page 1 and it shows 0 to 23 + 48.





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Known bugs:

Serial link can hang on unexpected disconnect - ongoing issue

ECU reset causes diagnostics to hang

Battery voltage isn't properly calculated for some ECUs

MPH/KPH switch doesn't work

Dataviewer still has a menu option for 'ECU ID' which is an obsolete function.

 

Functions not yet implemented:

Status Viewer



-- Edited by Rhinoman on Thursday 1st of March 2012 12:24:22 PM

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