Vitaliy (obdsol.com)

Member Since: August 6, 2009

Country: United States

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  • Product WIG-09555 | last year

    Not one that is available to the public. However, if you have the J1939 spec and can write software, it’s a pretty straightforward task.

  • Product WIG-09555 | last year

    Sparkfun: the datasheet on this page is correct (Rev B), but googling “STN1110 datasheet” brings up Rev A:

    https://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Widgets/stn1110-ds.pdf

    Could you please delete the old revision from your server? It already got some people in trouble.

    Thanks!

  • Product WIG-09555 | about a year ago

    The vast majority of CAN peripherals do not expose the SOF or CRC (although if the CRC is wrong, the STN1110 will append “DATA ERROR”).

    This is what the standard request/response looks like:

    0100

    18 DA F1 10 8 06 41 00 BE 1B 30 13 00

    This is 29-bit CAN, with headers (ATH1) and DLC (ATD1) turned on. You can see the CAN Id (18DAF110), DLC (8), PCI (06), and the data (4100BE1B3013). The last byte (00) is padding.

    You can expect to see this exact response if you connect the Sparkfun OBD board to an ECUsim 2000.

    Vitaliy

  • Product WIG-09555 | about a year ago

    Yes, the STN1110 works with ISO11898 @ 100 kbps.

  • Product RTL-10769 | about 2 years ago

    A major firmware update (v3.1.0) is available: http://www.scantool.net/downloads/updates/stn1110/

  • Product WIG-09555 | about 2 years ago

    A major firmware update (v3.1.0) is available:

    http://www.scantool.net/downloads/updates/stn1110/

  • Product WIG-09555 | about 2 years ago

    Google “ECUsim 2000”

  • Product WIG-09555 | about 3 years ago

    A team from Ireland that used this board, went on to win the Microsoft Imagine Cup and claim the $25k prize:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0k6KlZIlaQ

  • Product WIG-09555 | about 3 years ago

    You can read vehicle speed (010D), and integrate it over time.

  • Product WIG-09555 | about 3 years ago

    OBD doesn’t work like that. You have to request the data you want. Try 0100.
    Once it connects, you can request RPM (010C), Coolant Temperature (0105), etc. OBD Solutions website has a number of articles to get you started:
    http://www.obdsol.com/articles/obd-software-development/

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