[Ovmsdev] Twizy release 3.2.0, binary params, SimpleConsole
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Mon Feb 17 02:30:23 HKT 2014
the market for the twizycode just got bigger
2014-02-16 18:22 GMT+01:00 Julien (JaXX) Banchet <jaxx at jaxx.org>:
> Repost/reply to the ML since non-personnal and worthy, (damn reply button
> :-/ )
> De: Michael Balzer dexter at expeedo.de
> Répondre: Michael Balzer dexter at expeedo.de
> Date: 16 février 2014 at 18:00:38
> À: Julien (JaXX) Banchet jaxx at jaxx.org
> Sujet: Re: [Ovmsdev] Twizy release 3.2.0, binary params, SimpleConsole
> > Hi Julien,
> > Am 16.02.2014 16:46, schrieb Julien (JaXX) Banchet:
> > > Again, << woohahaaaa!!! >> I suppose, without diving into the code, that
> it can only switch
> > non-pre-op needing settings (recup for instance, tsmap/ramps, not
> > and that's a Sevcon << limitation >> ?
> > Yes, but I check what can be done depending on the Twizy state and do
> > that -- see user manual.
> Yep, gathered that from the code too since :) Lots of conditionnal checks
> > > What can we do with the DIAG port ? I've read in some commits that,
> because of lack of memory
> > headroom, it has lost some functionality...
> > > I have dozens of arduino/atmel based boards, some MiniPro sized with
> onboard rf12b
> > radios for extra connectivity and I would like to build an alarm system
> (and why not have
> > extra environmental sensors) that, with the help of the DIAG port, would
> send me SMS alerts
> > along with the car protecting itself on demand (Electrocution,
> Poisoneous Gas, abrasive
> > steel cable to cut a hand off etc...).
> > > Would it be possible that the DIAG port still exposes comms with the
> GSM stack (if it isn't
> > RX only) ?
> > > Could it be logged to OVMS under a RT-CUSTOM-A/B/C... log ?
> > >
> > > Sorry but besides a few initial settings, I'm kinda bit lost to what's
> possible to do
> > with the DIAG port.
> > Well, that's something you better post on the list, but basically the
> > DIAG port just taps the communication from GSM modem to PIC. You can
> > only get output to the port by enabling the echo mode (ATE) and then
> > sending something to the modem that will not work as a modem command.
> I was afraid of that... afraid of tampering with the GSM module, even if
> it doesn't do anything, I wouldn't like it to get hung, and my two first
> SIM900 based boards (including a geogram one) haven't given me much fate in
> them until now. But well.
> If though I inject, intentionally, some AT commands (SMS for example),
> that shouldn't be a problem right ? The OVMS wouldn't mind ? There is
> potentially a risk of command collision (Would have to implement a << Not
> too soon or late to send anything >> routine by listening the serial)
> > For example a comment line starting with "#" -- I have used this for
> > debug output on the DIAG port regardless of the actual DIAG mode, so I
> > think you should be able to use that method to send data to an attached
> > Arduino or the like.
> > Caveat is the slow line speed (9600 baud), and you need to re-enable ATE
> > from time to time.
> Noted :)
> > > JaXX
> > > (Despite tweaks, though driving cool, managed nearly 80km range,
> almost more than
> > default)
> > ...and that's also been reported by Twizy 80 drivers. Some really get
> > more range, I suppose that's if the higher recuperation has a chance to
> > really get at work.
> I have though noticed, possibly my mind going nuts, that even though the
> car has been filled up, that there is some recup for the first minutes (odd
> since the battery being in theory full, there's nowhere to store the
> energy), and sometimes, even under 90% charge, I have little to no recup
> for some periods... It's mainly between a feeling and a strong impression,
> but I'm sharing it in case anyone else has noticed it.
> > Regards,
> > Michael
> Julien (JaXX) Banchet
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