mark at webb-johnson.net
Mon Apr 29 15:12:36 HKT 2013
It has everything needed to _capture_, but limited storage and no serial port (ok, it has one, but it is connected to the modem).
There is a sneaky way of doing it (turn on modem echo, then output the logs to the modem and capture the echo-back on the DIAG port), but that is limited in speed and very kludgy.
On 29 Apr, 2013, at 3:09 PM, Matt Beard wrote:
> I would hope that there is a way to use OVMS hardware for CAN logging. It seems pointless to need a separate CAN logger when the OVMS hardware has everything needed to log the bus.
> On Monday, April 29, 2013, Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield wrote:
> HI Matt, Thomas,
> I'd suggest at least one of you will need some form of CAN logger. Either a purpose-built device, or something that you can connect to a serial or USB port to pull date from your car?
> See the roadster logs in GitHub ;)
> I'd also recommend your read the development doc here: https://github.com/markwj/Open-Vehicle-Monitoring-System/blob/master/docs/OVMS_Development.pdf :)
> On 29 Apr 2013, at 07:22, Matt Beard <matt at beard.tv> wrote:
>> Hi, I have a C-Zero and would like OVMS support. I am currently considering buying a unit and would be able to help with development if/when I get one.
>> Matt Beard
>> On Monday, April 29, 2013, Thomas Bergo wrote:
>> As a owner of a i-Miev I'm interested in OVMS support for the i-Miev/C-Zero/iOn EV.
>> Has anyone looked into supporting those EV?
>> I'm planing to start looking into adding support for those EV. And asking for help to add a vehicle plug-in module stub for those cars, so that naming and so on is correct.
>> Best regards
>> Thomas B
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