(ECU) of motorcycles Triumph, KTM, Aprilia, Benelli, Ducati and Moto Guzzi.
This application requires an USB/OBD2 cable with FTDI chipset or a Bluetooth adapter ELM327 v1.4 or 1.5.
Warning, with bluetooth connection, the reading and reprograming functions are not available.
Models list compatibility :
Triumph Daytona 675, cable & bluetooth, up to VIN # 564947
Triumph Daytona 675, from VIN # 564948, bluetooth connection only
Triumph Street Triple & Street Triple R, cable & bluetooth, up to VIN # 560476
Triumph Street Triple & Street Triple R, from VIN # 560477, bluetooth connection only
Triumph Speed Triple 885, 955, 1050 & 1050 R (including 2014 models)
Triumph Tiger 800/800XC, 885 (900), 955, 1050 & Tiger Sport (including 2014 models)
Triumph Tiger Explorer, bluetooth connection only
Triumph Sprint ST/RS 955 and 1050, Sprint ST/GT (including 2013 models)
Triumph Daytona T595/955i Daytona (all models)
Triumph Rocket III (include 2014 models)
Triumph Daytona 600, 650, Speed Four, TT600 (all models)
Triumph Thunderbird 1600 & 1700 cc, except Commander et LT
Triumph America, Bonneville, Scrambler, Speedmaster, Thruxton (including 2015 models)
KTM 990 LC8 & 1190 RC8 (include 2012 models)
KTM 690 Duke (include 2011 models) (except Duke 4)
KTM 690 SMC & Enduro/690 Supermoto (including 2013 models)
Aprilia Caponord and Futura RST
Benelli Tornado (Sagem ECU)
Benelli TNT & Trek model (only with FTDI USB to RS232 serial cable)
Ducati* 749, 848, 999, 1098, 1198
Ducati StreetFighter 848 & 1098
Ducati* Monster S2R 800 & 1000, S4R
Ducati* Hypermotard 1100 (not EVO)
Ducati* Multistrada 1000 & 1100
Ducati* ST3 & ST4
Moto Guzzi Breva 1100
Moto Guzzi Griso 1100/1200
Moto Guzzi Norge 1200
Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200
Moto Guzzi 1200 Sport
Moto Morini Corsaro 1200
Moto Morini Avio
Moto Morini Granpasso 1200
Moto Morini 1200 Sport
Moto Morini 9 1/2
* ECU 5AMHW610
It is highly recommended to visit the site www.tuneecu.com before using this application.
★ When you are driving and MIL is on, you can check your car and know whether you can go on or not.
★ When there are troubles with your car, you can check it yourself and know what the problems are, and then ask for help by twitter or facebook from others.
★ You can know real time information such as your fuel consumption, torque, or acceleration, etc. from iobd2 on your Android phone.
★ Our iobd2 can customized your gauges and after you select the data you are interested in, it will show you only the data which you concern.
★ You can share the record what you get from the car by iOBD2 on twitter and facebook.
★ Please make sure that your vehicle is with OBD-II/EOBD compliance before purchasing!
Buy multiple gauges iOBD2 with scream and best price! (Note: Not all OBD-II compliant vehicles will have support for all of these parameters)
DISCLAIMER: After you buy our iOBD2 hardware interface, and download our iOBD2 APK, then your Android phone can communicate with the vehicle. You can buy it on our company ebay and amazon shop or contact our sales.
Before testing ,You need to buy the hardware -- "iOBD2".(www.iobd2.cn).
[Read DTC]: Read the current DTC that engine has stored, and DTC info.
[Clear DTC]: Clear all the current DTC.
[Live data]: Read all the running parameters that related to the ECU.
[Freeze frame data]: OBD system will record the system running parameters related to the malfunction the moment when it occurred at the same time when it set the DTC. And this group of data is called freeze frame data.
[Readiness test]: Readiness reflects the status that all the valid diagnostic functions.
[Read vehicle info]: Read vehicle info such as Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), Calibration IDs (CALID) and Calibration Verification Number (CVN).
[O2 Sensor test]: This service is to allow access to the on-board oxygen sensor monitoring test results. The same information may be obtained by the use of [Mode 6 test].
[Mode 6 test]: This service is to allow access to the results for on-board diagnostic monitoring tests of specific components/systems that are not continuously monitored. Examples are catalyst monitoring and the evaporative system monitoring.
[EVAP System Test]: The purpose of this service is to enable the external test equipment to control the operation of an on-board system, test or component.
★ My dashboard
[Idle mode]: engine rotational speed , water temperature, battery voltage, Air-intake temperature, Instant fuel consumption ( static), average fuel consumption , ever wished you had your own customizable gauges, showing only the data you were interested in.
[Cruise mode]: vehicle speed, the current engine load, water temperature, Vehicle travel time, vehicle travel average speed, Continuous running mileage, instant fuel consumption (dynamic), Ever wished you had your own customizable gauges, showing only the data you were interested in.
[Sport mode]: engine rotational speed, vehicle speed, water temperature, ever wished you had your own customizable gauges, showing only the data you were interested in.
★ Performance test
[Accelerate/Decelerate test]: Test acceleration / deceleration process time and distance.
[0 to 400m acceleration test]: Test spends time from 0 to 400 meters.
★ Diagnostic software updating
Users can find out the latest software release info, downloading and installing procedures info by logging on to Google play.
Record the history data. And you can share the record what you get from the car by iOBD2 on Twitter and facebook.
The hardware includes: iOBD2 unit
The software includes: iOBD2 client software on Google play
Languages: English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, German, Italian, Russian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, and Korean.
Visit the iOBD2 product page for more info: www.iobd2.com
The application uses the device ELM327 Bluetooth Adapter OBD connector and to communicate with different vehicles.
ELM 327 Bluetooth Adapter is a device for the cars of joining through the 16-pin OBD diagnostic connector.
This application is a simple terminal that supports all device commands ELM327.
- The application includes a ready list of basic commands.
- Possibility clearing the terminal window
- Ability to write the log to a file
- The ability to type your own commands
The application is capable of:
- reading the live data
- showing the fault codes and clearing them
- displaying the logged freeze frame data
The application requires the OBD II Bluetooth or WiFi dongle (ELM327 based) to communicate with a car.
All the popular OBD II protocols are supported:
- J1850 VPW and PWM
- ISO 9141-2
- KWP 2000
- CAN (11 and 29 bits - both 250 and 500 kBit/s)
If you have any request, comment or suggestion, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Requires a RS232 (DB9) to Bluetooth adapter connected to the Adaptronic's second serial port already paired with your phone/tablet via Android Settings or (for 3.1+ host mode capable devices only) a wired USB connection.
Adaptive Tuner is an open source project governed by the terms of the Apache 2.0 License and portions limited by the GNU LGPL. You can contribute to Adaptive Tuner here: https://github.com/synman/AdaptiveTuner
Adaptive Tuner is NOT an official Adaptronic product. Please do not contact them for support. If you experience any problems with Adaptive Tuner please contact the author (who has no affiliation to Adaptronic) here: email@example.com
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Copyright 2012-2015 Shell M. Shrader, Evan H. Dekker
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For the app to work it is required to have one of those cheap ELM327 bluetooth dongles. If you don't have one, I highly recommend to get one.
If you have comments or suggestions I would rather have them by email, don't waste your time with the comments or ratings because I can't reply to those and this is not a final product, just a BETA.
Now let's get a little more technical... this is what the app can do at this moment:
- Connect to the bluetooth dongle, at least with my phone, ECU and dongle, but yours might not work
- Give real-time data of the gauges shown on the screenshots above. In the future, it will support more gauges however, the speed at which the gauges are updated will most likely not get any better. Right now, you might experience a delay of up to 2 seconds...
- Manual input of OBD commands, mostly for debugging purposes, but feel free to mess with that at your own risk.
- Let the user select the gauges from a list and customize his own gauges and how they display
- HUD (Heads Up Display) using the video from the camera as a background instead of the plain black
What the app will do in the near future:
- Read and diagnose check engine light codes
- Improve the horrible-looking user interface
- Fix certain bugs regarding the settings management
What the app is expected to do in the long term:
- Make it 'social' by sharing highest gauge values, like max speed or max rpm, also share the different gauge displays that people make up
- Support different skins for the gauge displays
- This is a really long shot, but I might take a stab at dynamic ECU mapping (tunning)
- The app is in Kilometers per hour instead of Miles per hour, and the settings to change it might not be functional yet
- You may not be able to connect... once again, I only have one set of phone-ECU-bt dongle to test with, so that will take time to diagnose and solve
- The user interface sucks, I also didn't put much effort on the vertical gauges display, I will put more work on that in the near future, also the application icon will be changed
- The gauges seem slow and sluggish. I tried my best to make the gauges look smooth, even though the apparent delay is inevitable, the bottleneck is the crappy bluetooth dongle and the ELM327 protocol
- The connection gets lost at random times, I really don't know how to look into this one...
- The brake sensor displays highly inaccurate data
Due to a recent cost reduction (and feature reduction) many of the cheap ELM327 OBDII Bluetooth adapters from Asia no longer work with the Leaf and report themselves to be version 2.1. The only one currently recommended is the Bluetooth Konnwei KW902 which still supports all the needed ELM commands to communicate with the Leaf.
User generated guide: http://www.mynissanleaf.com/wiki/index.php?title=Leaf_Battery_Application
Information displayed by Leaf Spy Lite & Leaf Spy:
* Voltage of each of the 96 cell pairs (highlighted if shunt active)
* Minimum, average, maximum cell pair voltages
* Histogram of cell pair voltages
* Battery Temperature readings (4 sensors for 2011/12 models, 3 for 2013 models)
* Battery AHr rating (this will decease with age and is an indication of remaining capacity)
* Number of Quick Charge connections
* Number of L1/L2 Charge connections
* EVSE Max available amps
* EVSE voltage
Additional information displayed by Leaf Spy:
* Battery energy level in GIDs & kWh
* Resetable energy usage meter (Wh resolution)
* Graphic display of SOC, GIDs and DTE (Distance to Empty)
* Remaining distance meter (miles/km) to Event (Low Battery Warning, Very Low Battery Warning or Reserve) based on user selectable energy efficiency
* Graphic display of battery temperature with min, avg, max temperatures
* Tire Pressure of each of the four tires with low pressure warning and delta pressure warning alarm
* Ambient Temperature
* Logging function that records most data and optionally GPS location to a csv file that can be easily imported into excel.
The "Pro" version adds the ability to perform functions normally requiring a visit to the dealer.
* Change automatic door lock/unlock settings
* Read Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC)
* Register Tire Positions (required after tire rotation or seasonal tire changes so your Leaf knows the correct location of each tire on the car)
* Ability to reset DTCs from selected ECUs
This application supports both, petrol and diesel cars. It communicates with the engine ECU using Consult III protocol. It uses the same communication protocol as the dealer diagnostic tool. This protocol is far more comprehensive than the generic ISO15765 protocol. It has following functions: Data Display, Data Logging, Self Diagnostics, Clear Self Learn, Idle Air Volume Learn and Dash Display with customisable gauges.
A Bluetooth diagnostic adapter is required to connect to the car. This app is design to work with adapters build on the popular ELM327 chip. They are very well priced and available from many Internet suppliers or eBay. For a list of tested adapters please visit our website.
If you would like to test the application for compatibility with your car, try the free Lite version also available from Google Play store.
Android Mobile and Tablet
1. The car must be OBD-II compliant to use the tool
2. Bluetooth Adapter ELM327 or compatible
3. The minimum Android OS is : 3.2 Honeycomb
4. The bluetooth device on the phone(Tablet) must be enabled and paired with the bluetooth OBD-II adapter
* The functionality of Auto detect the OBD-II protocol let's the app to be very easy to use
* Displaying the description of the protocol used in your car
SAE J1850 PWM (Ford)
SAE J1850 VPW (GM)
ISO 9141-2 (Chrysler, European, Asian)
ISO 14320 KWP-2000
ISO CAN 15765 - 11bit, 29 bit, 250Kbaud, 500Kbaud (most models after 2008)
* The app has standalone database (SQLITE) with over 20,000 descriptions for specific and generic trouble code
* The trouble code database will be updated every year
* Supports all OBD-II diagnostic trouble code (DTC) formats
P0xxx, P2xxx, P3xxx - Generic Powertrain DTC
P1xxx - Manufacturer's Specific DTC
Cxxxx - Generic and Specific Chassis DTC
Bxxxx - Generic and Specific Body DTC
Uxxxx - Generic and Specific Network DTC
* The functionality for the DTC code lookup, You can still use this function, even if your phone did not have the bluetooth device or the bluetooth device is out of order. This functionality is fully free in the FREE VERSION.
* Showing you the engine status, when the app is connected to the bluetooth adapter (at the car's data link port). If the car has got any trouble code, the engine status image will change it's color from green to red and vice versa periodically,
* When the engine is running, the analog gauge shows you the engine revolutions per minute (RPM)
How to use
The user interface is very simple with minimum the control buttons and menus
Once you have the bluetooth OBD-II adapter plugged into the car's OBD-II ports and powered on, you need to connect to the car's system computer via that bluetooth adapter, by pulling down the option menu and select item "Connect to OBD-II Adapter", a dialog window will appears and shows a list of paired devices (one or more devices in the list), each paired device has two information as following:
Name of paired bluetooth device (for example: obdii-dev)
Max address (for example: 77:A6:43:E4:67:F2)
The Max address is used to distinguish two or more bluetooth adapters have the same name.
You must choose your bluetooth OBDII device by select the correct it's name (or it's max address) in the list and click on the item, then the app starts connecting process and autodetects the OBD-II protocol.
If the process finished successfully the protocol description will be displayed on screen (control panel) and the notification "Connected to OBDII Adapter" will appear on the status bar.
If the process was failed you can try it some times (we assume that the bluetooth OBD-II adapter is working well)
When you only use the lookup function you do not need the above connection step
Now you are ready to read out all the DTC codes or Clear them if you want
The app supports the specific DTC Descriptions of the following manufacturers:
Acura, Audi, BMW, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep,
Ford, Honda, Huyndai, Infiniti, Isuzu, Jaguar, KIA,
Land Rover, Lexus, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan,
Sabaru, Toyota, Volkswagen, GM, GMC, Fiat, Lincoln,
Mercury, Pontiac, Skoda, Vauxhall, Mini Cooper,
Cadilac, Citroien, Peugoet, Seat, Buick, Oldsmobile,
* Note: The correct choice of the vehicle manufacturer affects the proper description search result of specific codes
This application runs under Google's play license servive
NOTE: MAF sensor is used to estimate fuel consumption, therefore the app only works on vehicles that support MAF PID.
NOTE: For reference only, actual results may vary.
- Display instant MPG, GPH, Fuel Consumed, LTFT, MAF
- Display average MPG, GPH, Fuel Consumed
- Automatically collect fuel consumption data as a function of route and trip for a vehicle per driver.
- Determine most economical route for trips taken daily.
- Figure out how much fuel consumed during a trip, shopping session, tank or lifetime of the vehicle.
In today’s busy life just about everyone gets in the car in the morning and drives to their daily routine destinations - drop off/pick up kids, soccer practice, work, store. We make these trips faithfully almost every day, sometimes in small economical vehicles, sometimes in big SUVs. It always so happens that there is more than one route that could be taken to arrive at a destination. The routes differ in their distance, number of traffic lights, number of cars on the roads, elevation changes and turns. Some routes may be more economical from the stand point of fuel consumption, some are faster. Which one to take? How long exactly does it take to get there? How much fuel will be burnt getting there? Which car to take?
alOBD MPG app is designed to answer all of the above questions. In addition to displaying instant MPG, GPH and fuel consumed, it keeps track of average numbers for trip, session (like shopping session) and lifetime for each vehicle you own. In addition, it uses GPS and tracks fuel consumption per route, identifying trips and places. It records all that information in an internal database, so it can be analyzed to figure out which route to take to get there faster, or to burn less fuel.
Understandably, it is a hassle to start the app, to connect to the vehicle and tell it to record information each time when getting in the car. To remove the hassle, the app is designed to automatically capture data without having to take the phone out of your pocket/purse. With properly set options, the app will wake up, and attempt to connect to known ELM Bluetooth adapters. If connected, it would automatically start averaging MPG, GPH. When you exit the car and the app can no longer communicate with the vehicle, it will recognize the route (if one has already been saved), attribute it to a trip and save the average figures for collected information, associating it with a car.
The app also provides full access to all saved data with ability to “data-mine” it. It provides filters, cross-references, sorting, mapping and all the tools necessary to analyze saved data to be able select the appropriate route.
DashMeterPro has been constantly updated and improved since its release in 2012 and is now used by some professional simulators. Thank you for your support.
This version is compatible with iRacing™.
• Digital widgets
Gear Indicator, RPM, Speed, Position, Current Lap Time, Last Lap Time, Lap Number, Water Temperature, Oil Temperature, Oil Pressure, Fuel, Drivers Information, Clock, Battery Voltage, Session Remaining Time, Session Remaining Laps, Session Elapsed Time, Turbo Pressure and others described below.
• Dynamic Dials
Auto scale, editable style, scale, angle, size and warning thresholds. For RPM, Speed, Throttle, Brake, Water Temperature, Oil Temperature, Oil Pressure, Turbo Pressure.
• Make your own dashboard
Move, rescale, add or remove any parameters, three different presets containing up to five screens each can be saved. All colors fully customizable.
• RPM LEDs Bar
Fully Customizable colors, four styles, three animations and Speed Limiter function. Automatic or manual threshold settings.
• In-Car Settings
up to 18 widgets depending of the car, showing the current settings. Differential, brake bias, flap position, wings position, anti-roll bar, traction control, throttle shaping, fuel mixture etc...
• Racing Flags
Display of Racing Flags on the additional LEDs Bar (checkered, white, green, yellow, yellow warning, blue, black, furled and disqualify flag).
• Shift Light
Flash on screen, Automatic/Manual threshold and color settings.
• Drivers information
Real time cars track positions, Real time difference to the drivers in front and behind you in the ranking (Race) and Best Lap time of the drivers in front an behind you (practice, qualify).
• Delta Time
VS overall best, overall optimal, session best, session optimal, session last.
• Braking Statistics
Distance, time, speed in/out, G-force avg/max.
• Fuel Calculations
Fuel Quantity, Fuel Consumption by Lap, Projected Laps for Fuel (update in real time or at passage on the line) , Fuel Pressure, Fuel Needed to Finish and Fuel to Add to Finish.
• Low fuel, Water temp, Oil temp, Delta time warnings
Define the thresholds, the application will notify you visually when you go over any of them.
• G-Force Meter (plotted 5s)
• Throttle and Brake Indicator
Display of Inputs on dual gauges, analog gauges or on the additional LEDs Bar.
• Engine Power and Torque estimations (experimental)
Based on speed, RPM, weight, wheel radius, SCx and G-forces.
• Live and Logged Telemetry
On track you can compare any parameters in real-time with one of the saved laps. Once back in the Pit, you can save a lap and compare it to any saved laps using the telemetry screen. You have the possibility to add two vertical cursors on the graph to display the differential +/- time from the saved lap to the lap being viewed on a selected portion. You will be able to compare each turn independently.
The following data are recorded:
Speed, RPM, Gear, Drift indicator (based on real yaw and theoric yaw), throttle/brake positions, steering angle, lateral/longitudinal/vertical forces, fuel, oil temp, water temp, lateral/longitudinal slopes.
• Import/Export the telemetry data as a CSV file on your sdcard for further calculations or comparisons.
Mph/Kmh ; °C/°F ; L/gal/Kg/lb ; psi/kPa/bar
- Android (2.1+)
- Wireless or USB Tethering
Download DashMeterCom on www.sensadigit.com.
• 5 Days Refund Policy.
• Should you experience issues, contact me before adding a comment, the solution might be easy or a fix ready.
DashMeterPro is NOT an iRacing™ official software and is provided "as is" and "with all faults". the name iRacing is used for identification purposes only. All trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
This is convenient and cost-effective solution for android OBDII software developing and testing
Use 2 android devices (they are bluetooth paired), the one runs this app (in ECU simulation role) and the other runs an android OBDII app for testing (OBDII scanner)
Using this app you don't need a real car, stay indoor and do all testing before doing with a real car
The ECU Engine Simulation can affirm is running stable and reliable
This application has been tested with following android OBD-II apps:
* Code Reader Pro
* Torque Pro
The testing result is very good
Note: some android OBD-II apps used the bluetooth threshold detection can not connect to the simulation device, because the threshold of a real ELM adapter is different from the threshold of BLE on android device
The ECU Engine Simulation can also work well with command line on android terminal apps
Recommended android terminal apps :
* Bluetooth Terminal - SONWORKS
** alOBD Terminal - Alexandre Belloussov
*** Bluetooth Terminal - Akexorcist
The ECU Engine Simulation works like a data server, so it waits (listen) for data request (AT or OBD-II commands) from external tester, then processing and responds to the request
The ECU Engine Simulation emulates OBD-II standard: ISO 15765-4 CAN 11/500Kb
The app can process most AT commands, but the following AT commands are usually used with the ISO 15765-4 CAN standard:
* ATZ, ATWS, ATSP0, AT@1, ATI, ATH0, ATH1, ATE0, ATE1, ATDP, ATRV, ATDPn, ATSPn, ATTPn, ATCAF0, ATCAF1, ATSP6, ATAT0
OBD-II commands supported by this app
1. Supported PIDs requests:
01 00 : pid 0x01 to pid 0x20
01 20 : pid 0x21 to pid 0x3F
2. Live data PIDs:
01 01, 01 04, 01 05, 01 0A, 01 0C, 01 0D, 01 0E, 01 10, 01 11, 01 03, 01 04, 01 05, 01 21,
01 33, 01 46, 01 5C, 01 5E, 01 6A, 01 67
3. Vehile information:
09 00 - request supported PIDs
09 02 - request VIN number
09 04 - request calibration number
4. DTC trouble codes:
03 - request stored codes
07 - request pending codes
0A - request permanent codes
04 - request clearing trouble codes and relevant stored data
5. Freeze frame data - frame #0
02 00 00 - request supported PIDs
02 02 00 - request DTC that cause freeze frame data to store
02 XX 00 - where XX are PIDs to request other freeze frame data
How to use this app:
After starting the application, the starting screen appears and you only need to tap the button "Start simulating the ECU" to start the ECU simulation process, the data screen appears
On the data screen you can live change some data that are visible on the data screen for the testing purpose
All other invisible data will be returned with fixed values
On the starting screen there are 2 information about the simulation bluetooth OBD-II adapter
* Adapter name: the name of built-in bluetooth device of the phone (tablet). this bluetooth device emulates the ELM327 bluetooth adapter
* Adapter address : the max address of built-in bluetooth device
If you do testing on command line terminal, there is an order to put AT commands as following :
ATZ - reset OBD-II adapter
ATSP6 - set protocol ISO 15765-4 CAN 11/500Kb (maybe use ATSP0 or ATTP6)
ATH1 - if you want to view the header 7E8 in the response and ATH0 if not
ATCAF1 - if you want the adapter to format data for you
ATCAF0 - you have to format the request data yourself. in this case remember to add PCI byte (equal to number of data bytes in the request) at the first place in the request
for example 02 01 0D : where 01 0D is request vehicle speed (2 data bytes) and PCI byte is 02
After init the OBD-II adapter with the above AT commands you can send what OBD-II request (or other AT commands) you want as usual
Racing offline, in a special event or online in Gran Turismo 6?
Unable to get that car setup to perform, keep up with other racers or even stay on the tarmac?
Need a tune quick and at the convenience of your mobile device?
Need tunes by specific performance points, drive, tires or class?
This app includes:
● Praiano's tunes in Gran Turismo 6 in various categories.
• Street / Road Cars.
• Touring, GT3, GT300, GT500 and similiar.
• Race Cars, Le Mans.
● Easy to read tunes
• Designed/Colored to assist the user to match tuning parameters to the game.
• Re-designed (from GT5) to show the entire tune as landscape (no more scrolling).
• Personal comments and hints provided at the bottom of each setup.
● Search, Sort and Filter functions to help you quickly find the tune you need:
• Filter by: Road/Street, Touring, GT Series, Race/Le Mans, Other.
• Sort by: Car Name, Year, PP, Drive and Tires.
• Text search for any car name, PP or other shown parameter.
• Newest tunes are listed top-down
This app does not include: Car setups Praiano has not formally tuned (yet) or any GT5 tunes.
Enjoy Your Drive ><(((((°>°°°°°°°°°°°°°
Advanced EX is a plugin for Torque Pro, extending the PID/Sensor list with more than 10 specific parameters from RENAULT vehicles, including:
* VVT Oil Temperature (*)
* Fuel Injection Pulse Width
* Exhaust Gas Temperature (*)
* Mass Air Flow (*)
* Measured Boost Pressure (*)
* Engine Torque
* Camshaft Advance Angle (*)
* Cruise Control Speed (*)
* Misfire Counters (*)
* ECU Odometer
Sensors marked with (*) are not available on all cars, as it depends on special engine/parts.
*PLEASE NOTE* that other RENAULT models/engines may be supported, but the plugin was tested only on the following models/engines equipped with DiagOnCan (CANBUS ONLY):
* Captur 1.2 (X87 H5F)
* Captur 1.5 dCi (X87 K9K)
* Clio-III 1.6 (X85 KxM)
* Clio-III 1.5 dCi (X85 K9K)
* Duster 1.6 (X79 K4M)
* Duster 1.5 dCi (X79 K9K)
* Fluence 1.6 (X38 H4M)
* Fluence 1.5 dCi (X38 K9K)
* Laguna-III 2.0 (X91 M4R)
* Laguna-III 1.5 dCi (X91 K9K)
* Logan 1.4/1.6 (X90 KxM)
* Logan 1.5 dCi (X90 K9K)
* Megane-III 1.6 (X95-M H4M)
* Megane-III 1.5 dCi (X95-M K9K)
* Sandero 1.6 (B90 KxM)
* Sandero 1.5 dCi (B90 K9K)
* Scenic-III 1.6 (X95-S H4M)
* Scenic-III 1.5 dCi (X95-S K9K)
* Symbol 1.6 (L35 KxM)
For more information about RENAULT engines, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_RENAULT_engines
Advanced EX requires the latest version of Torque Pro installed in order to function. This is *NOT* a standalone application and will *NOT* work without Torque Pro.
1) After purchasing the plugin on Google Play, make sure that you see the plugin listed on your Android device installed applications list.
2) Launch Torque Pro and click on the "Advanced EX" icon
3) Select the appropriate engine type and return to Torque Pro main screen
4) Go to Torque Pro "Settings"
5) Make sure that you can see the plugin listed also on Torque Pro by clicking "Settings" > "Plugins"> "Installed Plugins".
6) Scroll down to "Manage extra PIDs/Sensors"
7) Usually this screen will not display any entries, unless you have added any pre-defined or custom PIDs in the past.
8) From the menu, choose "Add predefined set"
9) If your license is validated on Google Play you should see an entry for your engine. You may see predefined sets for other engine types, so make sure you pick the right one. If you don't see anything, probably you have an installation problem or validation error on Google Play. In this case, go back and repeat the installation procedure.
10) After clicking on the entry from the previous step, you should see several entries added to the Extra PIDs/Sensors list.
Note: Some sensors will be calculated real-time based on others. Make sure that you keep all sensors to avoid calculation errors.
1) After adding the additional sensors, go to the Realtime Information/Dashboard.
2) Press the menu key and then click on "Add Display"
3) Select the appropriate display type
4) Select the appropriate sensor from the list. Sensors provided by Advanced EX begins with "[RADV]" and should be listed right after the time sensors in the top of the list.
More features/parameters will be added in further releases. If you have comments and/or suggestions please just let me know.
Gyroscopes are relatively new on Android devices and are usually only equipped on device manufacturers "flagship" phones/tablets. So, unless you have recently purchased one of the more high-end devices available, the chances are that your device does *not* have a gyroscope. If you open Gyroscope Explorer and you get a message saying that the gyroscope does not exist on your device, your device is either not equipped with a gyroscope, the device has been rooted or the manufacturer never implemented the gyroscope in the Android API.
If you do have a gyroscope, be aware that the quality of the drift compensations on the gyroscope sensor vary considerably among devices. In the case that your device has a gyroscope that doesn't work well, there are multiple option to fuse the gyroscope with the acceleration and magnetic sensors. These option, which uses a fusion of the acceleration, magnetic and gyroscope sensors via complementary filter or Kalman filter to determine the rotation of the device, is far more reliable that the gyroscope sensor alone.
You can now log the output from the gyroscope and filters to an external .CSV file.
Gyroscopes measure the rotation of a device with a pair of vibrating arms that take advantage of what is known as the Coriolis effect, which is caused by the Earth's rotation. By measuring changes in the direction of the vibrating arms caused by a rotation and the Coriolis effect, an estimation of the rotation can be produced. The gyroscope is one of three sensors that are always hardware based (the other two are the magnetic and the acceleration sensors) on Android devices. In conjunction with the acceleration sensor, the gyroscope can be used to create other sensors like gravity, linear acceleration or rotation sensors.
If your device is equipped with Android 4.4 or higher, you *might* have the uncalibrated version of the gyroscope so you can see how drift affects the gyroscope sensor relative to the calibrated gyroscope.
Acceleration Explorer has five main Activities. A logger view, a vector view, a tilt view, a noise view and a diagnostic view. Each Activity provides a different visualization of some aspect of the acceleration sensor.
Acceleration Explorer Features:
* Plots the output of all of the sensors axes in real-time
* Log the output of all of the sensors axes to a .CSV file
* Visualize the magnitude and direction of the acceleration as a vector
* Smoothing filters include low-pass, mean and median filters
* Easily compare the performance of smoothing filters
* Linear acceleration filters include low-pass as well as sensor fusion complimentary (orientation, rotation matrix and quaternion) and Kalman (quaternion) filters
* Visualize the tilt of the device
* Measure the acceleration sensors frequency, offset and noise
* Compare the performance of multiple devices
Smarter than your average compass! Compass Geek can be calibrated to work in places most compass applications will not, like in a car, boat or plane. There are a number of compass applications available, but Compass Geek exists because I needed a compass that could be calibrated to work in a car and I couldn't find one. Compass Geek is capable of correcting for the hard and soft iron distortions in the local magnetic field caused by metals and electronics.
Compass Geek attempts to produce the most accurate compass possible by optimizing sensor fusions for your Android devices specific hardware. Compass Geek provides both hand-held and vehicle modes for vehicle-docks and can even compensate for hard-iron offsets produced by a vehicles metal frame and electronics. Compass Geek can be calibrated to work in most cars, planes or boats and works where many compasses will not.
In addition to a compass, Compass Geek supports Google Maps so you can see your location in Google Maps anywhere in the world!
Choose from up to eight unique gauge skins to get the look and feel you want. You can even graph the bearing in real time to see just how awesome your compass is working.
• Tilt compensation from the gyroscopes and acceleration sensors are used to compensate for the tilt of the device
• Magnetic declination compensation for earth’s magnetic field with the GPS sensor
• Hard-iron offset calibrations for vehicles like cars, planes and boats
• View the bearing from the magnetic field and GPS as well as the location
• Measure the rotation of the device and the magnitude of local magnetic field
• Alerts when the magnetic field is out of the expected range
• Select from 8 unique, super awesome hardware accelerated gauge skins
• View the bearing, magnetic field, rotation of the device, the location of the device and more
The magnitude and sensitivity of these dangerous driving events can be defined by the user. Once a dangerous driving event is detected, the data occurring a short period before the event and the entire event are logged to a .csv formatted file and saved to a folder on the device. The data log can also be emailed to a Gmail account. Note that we do not collect any of the trip information, but the application can be set up to share trip information with yourself or other parties. This makes Acceleration Alert ideal for monitoring your own driving behavior or the driving behavior of many people.
Acceleration Alert supports linear acceleration optimized for vehicle use on all devices. This means that the application can operate in any orientation, there is no need to "level" the device or mount the device (although the device should always be secured while in a vehicle).
- Record your route and any dangerous events during the trip
- Define the magnitude and sensitivity of the dangerous events
- View acceleration data from dangerous events in real time
- Mount the device at any angle, no need for leveling
- Log the vehicle acceleration, speed, location and time during a dangerous event
- Email log files to a Gmail account
- Support multiple drivers
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.