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Old 02-25-2013, 04:08 AM   #1711 (permalink)
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Gracious of you to suggest refunds, Peter, but I have no interest in returning mine. I haven't explored other settings yet, but I will. The temp readings worked fine before I changed pics and to v4 software.

Hopefully someone, others, will have extra ECMs to donate...

Is there a version 5, is this the file name for the latest software?:
"ODBII_US&UK_18F2620_4hz_V0_05_270113_FastInit.hex "
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Old 02-25-2013, 04:12 AM   #1712 (permalink)
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Refunds have always been available perhaps we just never highlighted it.
The OBDIIC&C is a niche enthusiasts product, it's not perfect or anywhere near 'finished' so some buyers may be disapointed and opt to send it back.
That's not a problem. I don't think anyone has yet out of the 100+ we have supplied to date.
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Old 02-25-2013, 04:32 AM   #1713 (permalink)
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sharpmj:
By confusing I mean one picture shows the readings and with the V on, meaning the Vtec is engaged.
Indicating you may be at 2500+rpm because of the "shakey" image. As driving down the road.

The next picture shows the idle at normal rpm. Nice and clear., not shakey.

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V05 was described a few posts/pages back it corrected a data logging bug IIRC that was all.
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Old 02-25-2013, 07:06 AM   #1715 (permalink)
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Thanks. BTW, just watched your IMACC 'commute to work' video. Interesting stuff...
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sharpmj:
By confusing I mean one picture shows the readings and with the V on, meaning the Vtec is engaged.
Indicating you may be at 2500+rpm because of the "shakey" image. As driving down the road.

The next picture shows the idle at normal rpm. Nice and clear., not shakey.

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Don't know why the V is on in the picture, both of them were taken @ the same time with car parked @ idle.
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See Post 1577 in this thread if it may help.
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Haven't data logged v4 or 5 on account of my excel trial version ran out, and with Windows 7 there's no HyperTerminal program to grab the raw serial data for the notebook. Wondering again if there is a free download program that captures data with windows 7?. [May have to go back to XP though anyways for a couple reasons.]
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Old 02-26-2013, 02:34 PM   #1718 (permalink)
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Thank you for the refer to post 1577, that was the problem and OBDII C&C is now working great, Iat, Ect & V are reading perfectly. Have you tried open office, it's free and has a spreadsheet program, but I don't know if it will data log with Win7.

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You're welcome and glad it worked out.
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Have you tried open office, it's free and has a spreadsheet program, but I don't know if it will data log with Win7.
Yes, tried 'OO' via an online download, unfortunately unable to receive raw serial data , for as i recall what were software limitations in the open architecture program at the time.
Seems like there's a recent announcement in late november last about free Windmill Software program that works with the openoffice. No idea if it works or not etc but may give it a try.
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Default 7D "12v","12V Battery Voltage "

I have a question about 12V Battery Voltage. I set 7D "12v","12V Battery Voltage " in the 3rd position on the right on OBDII C&C ver4. With the engine idling it reads 3.4V but with a volt meter on the 12 volt battery my reading is 13.90V. Can someone explain the 7D "12v","12V Battery Voltage " to me? Thanks
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