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Old 07-14-2010, 11:08 AM   #951 (permalink)
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there was a kit for a while, but guy didn't communicate much.

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Old 07-14-2010, 11:57 AM   #952 (permalink)
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Sorry, I had a dim moment and didn#t realise that they can be
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Do you use paypal or something ?
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yup, there's two buttons on that page, one for international one for US domestic.
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I drive electric but I know someone that would like this device
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hi guys!

installed my Guino while ago with v0.86 (if i remember correctly) and i am using with Litres and kilometers

are there any updates to code?
i did LED and smooth font hacks from hack page, but memory function didnt work for me
someone have made any updates to the code? like distance to empty?
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unsigned long gallonsRemain ()
{ signed long rem = parms[tankSizeIdx] - tank.gallons();
return (rem<0 ? 0 : rem);
}

unsigned long milesRemain ()
{ return gallonsRemain() * tank.mpg() / 1000; }

/* something like that. i dunno. i don't use 0.86, so i haven't tested the code.
how/where to display this figure is up to you. */
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FundamentalLogic's website says they're no longer accepting orders. Is there anywhere I can get the mpguino PCB and partslist, or a kit?
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I can do a kit for advanced users who want to save a little on assembly/testing/shipping. It won't be pretty, but it isn't that hard of a project either. I will hopefully put a little more care into the pcb labels on the next order, but a picture of an assembled unit should probably suffice for now.
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Hi again!

one thing i cannot understand...
current and fuel average consumptions dont ''connect'' with litres used.
its like this:
if I calibrate guino using litres added method i get very low average consumtion, but overall consumpted litres are shown correct.

now I calibrated guino so it shows correct average consumtion, by adding X litres, driving X kilometers and calculating average. (litres/kilometers)*100=avg consumption

if it is calibrated this way, it shows i have used more fuel, then i have filled in tank.
example:
now i have filled 150 litres, travelled 1600km and guino shows correct 9.37 litres per 100 kilometers.
but fuel used is 200+ litres.
is there a mistake in calculations, or what?

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