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Old 02-23-2017, 06:53 PM   #81 (permalink)
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Hi t vago

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You can change the park (vehicle stopped, engine off) timeout in the settings from 2 seconds to however many seconds you want (up to 255 seconds).

The park timeout was meant to be short because the park timeout causes auto-saving to occur, and after the auto-save occurred, the user could then actually switch off the MPGuino (say, with using a switched ignition voltage source rather than a battery voltage source).

I am puzzled, though - apart from showing that the auto-save occurred, the park timeout screen should be exactly the same as the normal screen. The only time the screen changes is when the idle or EOC timeouts occur, or when the inactivity timeout is reached. You say the park timeout screen changes? Can you show me with a YouTube vid?
Already solved, it was like you said, just increase the time in (BtnPress) to have more time.

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The coastdown test code uses these stored parameters.

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	FrArea*1000 ft^2 or m^2 - vehicle frontal area
	rho*1000 - air density at the time of the coastdown test
	Cd SamplePd (s) - the period between actual coastdown samples
How do I get to the value of the front area of the vehicle, multiply the width by height, or do I have to do otherwise, the front of the vehicle is more or less right but where is the glass has a slope and this leaves me with doubts.
I'm sorry but in this part I'm really in the dark.

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Old 02-26-2017, 07:09 AM   #82 (permalink)
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Hi!

I'm getting bunch of compilation errors with the new code.
Am I doing something wrong?

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Arduino: 1.6.4 (Windows 8.1), Board: "Arduino Mini, ATmega328"

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mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1026: error: 'PINK3' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino: In function 'void __vector_5()':
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1017: error: 'PINK' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino:5636:6: note: in expansion of macro 'PINx'
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino: In function 'void initADC(uint8_t)':
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:6003: error: 'PRR0' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino: In function 'void shutdownADC()':
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:6035: error: 'PRR0' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino: In function 'void TWI::init()':
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:6457: error: 'PRR0' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino: In function 'void TWI::shutdown()':
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:6485: error: 'PRR0' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino: In function 'void doGoDeepSleep()':
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:11299: error: 'PRR0' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino: In function 'void initGuino()':
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1005: error: 'INT5' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino:12853:19: note: in expansion of macro 'FI_EN_INT_O'
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1006: error: 'INT4' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino:12853:40: note: in expansion of macro 'FI_EN_INT_C'
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1007: error: 'EICRB' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino:12855:2: note: in expansion of macro 'EICRx'
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1008: error: 'ISC51' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino:12855:18: note: in expansion of macro 'FI_ISC_OH'
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1009: error: 'ISC50' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino:12855:37: note: in expansion of macro 'FI_ISC_OL'
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1010: error: 'ISC41' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino:12855:56: note: in expansion of macro 'FI_ISC_CH'
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1011: error: 'ISC40' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino:12855:75: note: in expansion of macro 'FI_ISC_CL'
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1012: error: 'INTF5' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino:12858:17: note: in expansion of macro 'FI_FL_INT_O'
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1013: error: 'INTF4' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino:12858:38: note: in expansion of macro 'FI_FL_INT_C'
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino: In function 'int main()':
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:13443: error: 'PRR0' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:13476: error: 'DIDR2' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:13491: error: 'PRR1' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:13491: error: 'PRTIM5' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:13491: error: 'PRTIM4' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:13491: error: 'PRTIM3' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:13491: error: 'PRUSART3' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:13491: error: 'PRUSART2' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:13491: error: 'PRUSART1' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1017: error: 'PINK' was not declared in this scope
mpguino_194_20170210_ninom.ino:13616:18: note: in expansion of macro 'PINx'
'PINK3' was not declared in this scope

This report would have more information with
"Show verbose output during compilation"
enabled in File > Preferences.
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Hi!

I'm getting bunch of compilation errors with the new code.
Am I doing something wrong?

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mpguino_194_20170210_ninom:1026: error: 'PINK3' was not declared in this scope
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Looks like your Arduino IDE is configured for a generic AtMega328, but your copy of MPGuino is configured for an AtMega2560. They're two very different chips. Go verify what hardware you're compiling for.
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Hi t vago
Here is a video where it shows the failure to wake up, as you can see the car is working I go up the revs and do not wake up, just because the car walking a little is waking up.
The strange thing is that it does not always happen.
http://www.youtube.com/embed/n40OHdaDLfk

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Hi t vago
Here is a video where it shows the failure to wake up, as you can see the car is working I go up the revs and do not wake up, just because the car walking a little is waking up.
The strange thing is that it does not always happen.
http://www.youtube.com/embed/n40OHdaDLfk

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I'm having a hell of a time trying to reproduce this bug from here.

Can you disable deep sleep / re-enable the software clock display? Let's see if the MPGuino has similar trouble "waking up" with the software clock instead of deep sleep.
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Looks like your Arduino IDE is configured for a generic AtMega328, but your copy of MPGuino is configured for an AtMega2560. They're two very different chips. Go verify what hardware you're compiling for.
You are right, I didn't go through configuration inside code properly.
ATMega2560 is default now after you download the code.
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You are right, I didn't go through configuration inside code properly.
ATMega2560 is default now after you download the code.
Oooops, sorry about that.
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I have already done what you indicated, now just wait to see what the result, anyway the problem seems to happen more when the car is more time stopped.

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How about... MPGuino + Android?

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I would not go that route. If you must put up a webserver (raspberry pi or even an esp8266). Then you can view it from any device that connects to its wifi.

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