HybridAssistant - Beta Testers Wanted!

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  1. frenchie

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    Hybrid owners using android and having an OBDLINK LX can test a new application.

    See all the details in above link

    It recognises automatically the car model and adapts itself.

    Until today, it was tested on P2, Gen3 (P3, P+, Auris, CT200h), YARIS, PRIUS C, RX400h, IS300h, RAV4h...
    No luck with P4...

    The application is free, no ads and available on playstore.

    Interfaces working well: OBDLINK LX, OBDLINK SX.
    not so well (not fast) : OBDLINK MX (wifi), Icarsoft BT620.
    badly (or not at all) the cheap chinese pseudo elm327.

    At this time, we are dealing with "normal" units (metric :cool: ).
    We are planning to adapt to Miles & °F within a short time.

    The application is stable enough but not completely finished (the sexy look will come later).

    There are 2 developpers Alessandro (who developped tools for analysing torquelogs)
    and myself (I am familiar to retrieving PIDs, I started with P3 followed by RX400h, IS300h and finally RAV4h).

    Enjoy
     
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    cool, all the best!(y)
     
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    @bisco, In fact, I tested HA on Prius C (my daughter's car) in July, in Boston...
     
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    i think i saw you!(y)
     
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    Thanks for doing this. I downloaded the App and it works fine with my OBDLink MX (bluetooth)

    I could not find the WiFi version as I realy wanted to test out my high speed OBD2 adapter which runs its internal UART bus at 2Mbaud..
    I use a high speed WiFi module from Espressif.
    Priidash likes to see a speed higher than 921600 to be able to execute the ATMA command on a CAN Bus running at 500K.
     
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    Bonjour ccdisce.
    Today, the application is not "finished", but you can use a wifi adapter:

    create in the application folder "_hybridassistant" a file named "connexionmode.txt".
    the content of this file should be the word WIFI
    config is the same as Torque: 192.168.0.10 , port 35000.

    If the content of this file is USB, HA will work perfectly with OBDLINK SX.
    With HA, we do not use passive frames. (Anyway there are not any more passive frames in actual models)
    Only requests, different depending on car model.

    By curiosity, you can activate obdlogging from Settings in ReportViewer and have a look to the logs (files starting with fx )
     
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    frenchie, thanks for your assistance.
    Any luck with Prius gen 4?

    My intention is get access to the hybrid component info, like battery temperature, voltage, cooling fan speed, etc. Ideally, if possible, it would nice to map the status if individual cells in battery pack.
     
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    Looks good - downloading now! Will give feedback soon.
     
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    Hey guys. Great job with that app.
    I've tested it with Samsung Galaxy S5 and S6 with Carista adapter and it works fine. All the app functionalities works.
    Is there any limitations to Android version? I would like to dedicate older Huawei tablet with Android 4.0.1 to run this app.


    Wysłane z iPhone za pomocą Tapatalk
     
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    the kiwi2 should work...
    the kiwi3 works very very slowly with HybridAssistant...
     
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    I've got the following iKKEGOL iCar 2 Mini OBD2 II Bluetooth Car Diagnostic Scanner:
    iCar 2 scantool is a high-quality automotive scanning tool, supports all OBD-II protocols :
    0.Automatic
    1.SAE J1850 PWM(41.6Kbaud)
    2.SAE J1850 VPW(10.4Kbaud)
    3.ISO9141-2(5 baud init,10.4Kbaud)
    4.ISO14230-4 KWP(5 baud init,10.4 Kbaud)
    5.ISO14230-4 KWP(fast init,10.4 Kbaud)
    6.ISO15765-4 CAN(11bit ID,500 Kbaud)
    7.ISO15765-4 CAN(29bit ID,500 Kbaud)
    8.ISO15765-4 CAN(11bit ID,250 Kbaud)
    9.ISO15765-4 CAN(29bit ID,250 Kbaud)
    A.SAE J1939 CAN(29bit ID,250*Kbaud)
    B.USER1 CAN(11*bit ID,125*Kbaud)
    C.USER2 CAN(11*bit ID,50*kbaud)
    Default settings(user adjustable)
    [​IMG]

    but HybridAssistant does not work with it for the reasons beyond my understanding.
    Am I doing something wrong?
    Please note that this adapter does work with Carista and Torque.
     
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