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Old 02-23-2009, 10:05 AM   #321 (permalink)
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Seems a problem with the mac version, report it to theArduino forum I guess.

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Well, I'm compiling to the Sanguino. I also presume that Justin K is using Windows, but I'll try to compile it on my Linux box...
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The sanguino is not supported here. Please refer any sanguino questions to the place of purchase.
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The sanguino is not supported here. Please refer any sanguino questions to the place of purchase.
Honestly, all that I'm doing is updating the code's outdated library references and a-standard EEPROM loading and saving to stuff that's more Arduino standard. (check this out) This way it's actually maintainable.
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The sanguino is non-standard, even in arduino terms. You cannot use arduino standard and sanguino rightfully in the same sentence. I don't see any rationale for wasting peoples time with it here. Why not use a 168 which works, and not make self inflicted problems? If the 644 works, great, if not, what is the problem with asking the sanguino people? I don't think the folks working on this have time to chase their tails.

This isn't a pure development board, it has fuel efficiency feedback primary task, and it has already started to move away from arduino as a development environment because it tends to "get in the way" when trying to write a serious application, and creates too many distractions (i.e. unnecessary version dependencies and breakage and random CPU upgrade and support expectations).

I don't want to see this project turn into a "let's use an SUV sized chip because it would be so cool" type venture. You should really present an extremely good rationalle for introducing and expecting support for such a large deviation from the already working hardware. Othwerwise Arduino.cc or wherever the sanguino is officially supported is where you should start, instead of hijacking a project that is this far along.
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Hi, I have just attempted to calibrate the tank with the first fill up and want to make sure I got the math right.
The OBDuino said I used 38.54 Liters
Filling up I actually only used 33.109 Liters
The OBDuino had a setting of 85% V.E.

What should the new calibrated value be at? 73%?

Thanks for the help!

I assume the fromula should be this:

New V.E.% = (Actual Fuel Used * Current V.E.%) / ( OBDuino Reported Fuel Used)

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Hi, I have just attempted to calibrate the tank with the first fill up and want to make sure I got the math right.
The OBDuino said I used 38.54 Liters
Filling up I actually only used 33.109 Liters
The OBDuino had a setting of 85% V.E.

What should the new calibrated value be at? 73%?

Thanks for the help!

I assume the fromula should be this:

New V.E.% = (Actual Fuel Used * Current V.E.%) / ( OBDuino Reported Fuel Used)
If it displays VE it means you have a car without a MAF and with a MAP (a Honda), right?
Yes you can decrease the VE and it will decrease the fuel used.

If you have a MAF you need a new version of the code where I introduced a "fuel ratio" percentage.
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whats this OBDuino stuff relating with MAP and VE??
the car i planned on putting a mpg meter on was my fiero and it has a ECM swap which doesnt run a MAF. it uses a AIT at the filter and uses a MAP. my ECM is known as Speed Density(1227730). does that have any affect to choosing what kind of mpg meter i will need to use? this new to me OBDuino or the MPGuino??? im lost now that i have seen another name thrown around and using some other sources that i also have in my fiero.

EDIT : ok, now i see it is for obd ii. so it will not work for my fiero.
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ISO code compilation error

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Hi all,

I'm pretty new with arduino coding, and have been away from coding in general for a few years. I just downloaded version 121 of the source code and tried compiling it but I get an error:
In function ‘void params_save()’:
error: invalid conversion from ‘const void*’ to ‘void*

with reference to this line:
eeprom_write_block((const void*)&params, (void*)0, sizeof(params_t));
Justin K, I'm in the same boat as you. I'm using version 0012 on Linux. Have you posted this to the Arduino forums? If so, could you post a link to the thread.

@Magister, thanks for your hard work on this project. I've been looking for a project to introduce me to electronics and this one caught my eye. I can't wait to get it working.
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If you have a MAF you need a new version of the code where I introduced a "fuel ratio" percentage.
I put a new version of the code where you can adjust the speed reported and the fuel reported.
To calibrate speed (and so, distance), I go on the highway, display the speed on the OBDuino and check it with my GPS.
To calibrate fuel, I display fuel used and when I fill the tank I adjust it.
For instance on my 07 Elantra I have to use 102% for speed and 110% for fuel (and because of winter it changes a few percent sometimes)

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