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Old 07-21-2008, 07:18 PM   #111 (permalink)
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Old 07-30-2008, 04:02 PM   #112 (permalink)
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sorry I've been out of the loop for a while, I ordered parts today to build a logic analyzer so that I can compare what my (working) usb obd reader does compared to my arduino and adjust accordingly (only like $10 in parts). I'm also thinking I'm going to have to ditch the pulseIn method and setup the analog comparator manually

off topic, the logic analyzer should also come in handy in getting my arduino to control my zune, which is the only thing I'm lacking with my integration setup compared to when I was using an ipod, woot!
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Old 07-30-2008, 06:39 PM   #113 (permalink)
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$10 in parts for a logic analyzer?? Do you have a schematic/part list for this? (Damn, and I *just* received an order from Mouser...)
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here's the site: http://www.geocities.com/ted_rossin/...#LogicAnalyzer

Schematic: http://www.geocities.com/ted_rossin/...heapLogicA.jpg

parts list from mouser invoice (sans the max243, which I ordered as a sample from maxim):

ORDERED STOCK NUMBER SHIPPED PRICE EXTENDED
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1 152-3309 1 1.190 1.19
Kobiconn D-Sub Conne
9C R/A PCB PLUG

1 71-CCF07-G-1K 1 0.020 0.02
Vishay/Dale 1/4WATT
1/4watt 1Kohms 2%

1 71-CCF07-J-47K 1 0.020 0.02
Vishay/Dale 1/4WATT
1/4watt 47Kohms 5%

2 140-50N5-220J-TB-RC 2 0.060 0.12
Xicon Class 1 Cerami
50V 22pF NPO

1 520-HCA2000-20X 1 0.400 0.40
ECS HC-49/U Micropro
20MHz 20pF

4 80-C322C104M5U5HA 4 0.120 0.48
Kemet Conformally Co
50volts 0.1uF 20%

1 579-PIC16F87304SP 1 7.460 7.46
Microchip PICmicro -
7KB 192 RAM 22 I/O

ended up about 16$ after shipping. It's an rs232 based logic analyzer that displays and logs data on your pc. You'll also need a pic programmer if you don't have one already. Dunno how well it works but I figure it's worth a shot. you can do one cheaper with a parallel port, but my lappy's only got serial.
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Old 07-31-2008, 10:58 PM   #115 (permalink)
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guys, I am busy these weeks but will re-start to work on it next week!
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I re-did some test and I don't know where to continue now

I checked that my car use only K line and not L, which is ok, I also have the CAN pins but as it's a 07 it should work with the "old" iso protocol.

I added init for ISO14230 fast and slow but it changes nothing.

I monitored the output of my circuit and I rightly output on the OBD2 plug, timing for the 5 bauds init is right to the millisecond according to my scope.

However my ECU never answer something, the K line is always high and the ECU never pull it down to start to send someting (a start bit), I monitored with the scope in the car!

I re-checked our hardware design and it seems ok AFAIK.

I will try to find some help on the avrfreaks forum maybe?
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Ok' I tried ISO9141 and ISO14230 and tried with an address from 0x01 to 0x7F without success.

It seems my car (Elantra 2007) is CAN only


CAN is also used for the electric power steering, etc.

And there is no VSS on my car anyway so I can not use the MPGuino!
There is only a WSS, a right front wheel speed sensor.

I may let the ISO OBDuino in the hand of someone else and start again with a AT90CAN or an ELM327
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no vss? That is hard to imagine, wss sounds suitable, might need a transistor to make it useable by the guino or something.

If you can decypher the can protocol on the atmega168 then that would simplify things quite a bit. CAN IS the standard for new cars for the short term anyway. the 327 would be a nice generic chip too, but someone mentioned it was slow?
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Yes it seems the Elantra does not have VSS!!

The 327 by default works at 9600 bauds but can be set to 38400 bauds which is better.

I am taking a look at CAN spec but OMG it looks like more complicated :-/

I may take an ELM327 and interface it directly to the arduino (tx and rx) for the AT commands, and with a MCP2551 (The MCP2551 is a high-speed CAN transceiver, fault-tolerant device that serves as the interface between a CAN protocol controller and the physical bus) for CAN.
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WSS should be fine, my vss on the saturn is technically a left wheel speed sensor (it senses the speed on the left axle).

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