Arduino LCD Display

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Re: Arduino LCD Display

Postby sirnoname » Fri 26. Jul 2013, 22:04

Explain: "slow"
It is designed as realtime.
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Re: Arduino LCD Display

Postby tomasi » Fri 26. Jul 2013, 22:32

Gear shifts are displayed 1sec or so later on display. Happens with speed as well.
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Re: Arduino LCD Display

Postby sirnoname » Sat 27. Jul 2013, 01:53

1s is too much, is your LCD slow?
Decrease display update time and increase baudrate.

With my Android phone and OBD2 Bluetooth comport I have around 100ms delay because the software does not request so often.

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//E0 GEAR with 1 as offset (not elm327 complaint)
//E1 Position (not elm327 complaint)
//E2 Current Lap (not elm327 complaint)
//E3 Best laptime (not elm327 complaint)
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Re: Arduino LCD Display

Postby tomasi » Sun 28. Jul 2013, 20:51

I was using Android´s DashCommand. Ill try to increase baud rate and see what happens.
I thought it was easy to make such thing.. totally wrong... :)
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Re: Arduino LCD Display

Postby sliversgyj » Mon 16. Sep 2013, 07:38

sirnoname wrote:1s is too much, is your LCD slow?
Decrease display update time and increase baudrate.

With my Android phone and OBD2 Bluetooth comport I have around 100ms delay because the software does not request so often.

by the way:
//E0 GEAR with 1 as offset (not elm327 complaint)
//E1 Position (not elm327 complaint)
//E2 Current Lap (not elm327 complaint)
//E3 Best laptime (not elm327 complaint)

Hi Sirnoname,
What is E0,E1,E2,E3?are they OBD command byte?
If yes,Are they standard or custom defined command of OBD?
Where can I find the whole command list x-sim can support?
Thanks!
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Re: Arduino LCD Display

Postby bahzitchiu » Wed 25. Jun 2014, 05:27

Dude, im having -1756-1756-1756 all over the display, can u send me ur plugin e code ?

thx.

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