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Introducing CarMan GPL V3 OBD toy 
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If this is reasonably written it should be easy to implement an interface to FreeEMS :-)

I wonder how portable the code is? Perhaps it can be run on other stuff such as a normal PC?

http://openbossa.indt.org/carman/

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Sat Jan 17, 2009 9:15 pm
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http://www.elmelectronics.com/DSheets/ELM327DS.pdf

It just interfaces with a device containing one of those ^

Still, the interface could definitely be rewritten :-)

I couldn't find the code though...

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In the distant future I would like to see some compatibility between freeEMS and obd2 diagnostic/data monitoring. The datalogging stream should be easily enough converted using an intermediate device (elm emulation perhaps), but the ems should also have an error code checking system for sensors etc. and I think it would make sense to make it at least semi compatible with basic obd2.

Im sure this has already been discussed though? And again I said distant future ;)


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I did look into it, but it's quite complicated and a quite large interface a lot of which isn't relevant to us. Nothing to stop someone taking a crack when the time is right though :-)

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https://garage.maemo.org/projects/carman/

Source is available. I have no time to check it out though, plus python = i have no idea.

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