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merlewagner
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Post New user interface questions
on: November 10, 2020 (GMT)

Brand new to this product and forum, so please bear with me…

I have TorquePro with Torque scan installed on my phone.
My ECU is an SCS GDI4 installed in my plane.

Connecting with Bluetooth I get data from ECU. How I don’t know.

For example: What CAN Bus speed is being used? Standard or extended address format? How are requests being made for this ECU to blast out data?

I am really trying to interface to the ECU with an Arduino to monitor the various parameters on my panel but can’t figure out speeds, format, etc.

Is there a method to obtain this info from Torque??

Thanks,

retired, playing with airplanes

Capp777
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Post Re: New user interface questions
on: November 10, 2020 (GMT)

You should be able to see the protocol
in use under Adapter Status icon information.

merlewagner
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Post Re: New user interface questions
on: November 10, 2020 (GMT)

You are correct!! another step forward.
The response is ISO15765-4CAN11/500

I will assume this means 11 bit addressing at a speed of 500Kbs

Anyone know the format for requesting data with this protocol?

retired, playing with airplanes

Capp777
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Post Re: New user interface questions
on: November 11, 2020 (GMT)

Try searching the web for Wiki OBDII pids.

It describes some of what you seek I believe.

Tux
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Post Re: New user interface questions
on: November 11, 2020 (GMT)

Quote from merlewagner on November 10, 2020
Anyone know the format for requesting data with this protocol?

The information you seek (and a lot more) is probably best found in the ELM327 datasheet. The latest version (Rev K) is 95 pages and is full of excellent information for those wanting to learn about OBD2. It can be downloaded from the Elm Electronics website at https://www.elmelectronics.com/ic/elm327/.

merlewagner
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Post Re: New user interface questions
on: November 11, 2020 (GMT)

Tux, Thank you. Will check this out.

retired, playing with airplanes

moreause
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Post Re: New user interface questions
on: November 19, 2020 (GMT)

last time i used an arduino for this
the library was doing all the hard word

you just stated speed and maybe the type long or short

and you send request …it was kind easy

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