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04/15/03 12:29 AM
Free logger for Palm from Russia!

http://mmcd.meditprofi.ru

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04/15/03 02:13 AM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

good stuff

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04/15/03 05:30 AM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

Yes, very cool. Thanks! Look forward to playing w/it and comparing it to Pocketlogger.

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04/15/03 05:34 AM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

Apparently you can't do anything w/it unless it's hooked up to your car; it crashed my Visor a few times. Just FYI.

DarkDevilMMM
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04/15/03 12:48 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

Hey, whoever have pocketlogger can you please tell what other different functions are there between these 2 software? thanks.

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04/15/03 07:26 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

This software reboots my Palm whenever I try to run it. Anyone have any success? Maybe I need a newer OS? More RAM? I'd really like to get this thing to work, as it has a neat feature I can use to develop my chips: it lets you enter 6 memory addresses YOU want to monitor! I could finally confirm some of the other memory addresses I'm not sure of.

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04/16/03 12:35 AM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

That logger was tested on m500 and m505
need OS4.0, as an author wrote to me.

I have no loger and palm yet [Frown]
how much such used palm may cost in the US?

That guy if from Moscow, you can email him.
I found the link in Russian Forum

http://www.auto.ru/wwwboards/mitsubishi/


HertzGalant VR4.org Administrator
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04/16/03 11:16 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

You can get old Palms for less than $20 USD sometimes. I have one that I've been trying to GIVE away. I'd send it to you, but I think that the shipping to Khabarovsk would be more than the Palm itself is worth.

Jeff: Sounds like we'll need an OS upgrade. (Pocketlogger runs on 3.0 and higher).


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04/16/03 11:38 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

hmmm I've got an M125 with 4.0 so maybe I'll try it.
I'll keep people posted.


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04/16/03 12:15 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

Hey guys, if you were having problems, try downloading it and installing it again. He wrote it to check for Palm v4.0, and I have 3.5. He modified it, and it seems to work fine now with 3.5, but I have to do more testing!

HertzGalant VR4.org Administrator
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04/16/03 11:52 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

quote:
- Removed call to BmpGetBitsDepth unavalable prior to PalmOS 4.
(thanks to Jeff Oberholtzer)

You're an international man of mitsubishi.

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04/17/03 08:42 AM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

hey Ryan, you can give me your palm [Wink] If you wanna ship it to romik I was looking up shipping for him fro 93's and it was only like 35 bucks for the headlights.

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04/17/03 11:00 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

Has anyone gotten this to work on OS 3.3? I keep getting a fatal exception error. [Frown]

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04/17/03 11:52 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

What kind of cable is he talking about. How do I make that?

I have a DB9 serial cable that I'm trying to use for my Pocketlogger. On his site he said:

"When pin (10) is shorted to ground (12) ECU enters diagnostic mode. In this mode pin (1) is used to exchange diagnostic data with a scan tool. Serial communication is done using 1920 baud, 8 bit, 1 stop bit, no parity, TTL levels. I used the following RS-232 adapter"

Is this info be the same for the cable I have? For instance, I cut the connector off one end and stripped the outside insultation. Can I just put the red wire to the fuse panel, and the blue wire to pin (1), with a wire going from pin (10) to pin (12) for ground?


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04/17/03 12:13 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

Ok now I see the point in that big wire diagram. That's a diagram for the chip that will translate so the Palm can read it. Fuck. How hard is that to make?

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04/17/03 01:48 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

quote:
Originally posted by dsmsleeper:
Has anyone gotten this to work on OS 3.3? I keep getting a fatal exception error. [Frown]

Are you sure you loaded version "C"? I'm running 3.5.2 on my M105, and its OK now that I upgraded from version B. He removed the check for OS4.0.

quote:
Originally posted by mixx2001:
How hard is that to make?

The cables are cheap, and available from several sources, including a couple guys on this list. I install one INSIDE the ECU for people ($35) when I'm doing the free caps, and I include notebook and PDA adapters. Just get a project box and the parts from Digikey or Jameco if you're half decent with a soldering iron. Don't even THINK about directly connecting your PDA to the diagnostic port, if you like your PDA ;-)

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04/17/03 04:08 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

I knew you would have some info for me, Jeff. How do I come up with the part numbers/discriptions to order from digikey?

Or can someone sell me a cable? Man, I'm dyin' to know what kind of knock sum's I'm dealing with.


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04/18/03 07:44 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

The guy gives you the complete schematic there, although those are not the exact same parts I use:
a Maxum MAX233, 2N2222A transistor, a 78L05 voltage regulator, a couple .1 uF caps, a couple 10K 1/8 watt resistors, and I think thats a 1N914 diode (its hard to read). There are several similar schematics floating around out there. I actually use the MAX202, with a MOSFET transistor and a Schottky diode.

"I'm dyin' to know what kind of knock sum's I'm dealing with."

Why don't you just put in my new chip with the knock sum gauge? ;-)


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04/19/03 12:51 AM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

wow this is a techy thread...any one know how to repair an ecu that sees the clutch as being engaged al the time?(TMO stage 3)

here is a run down of my trouble shooting
clutch cable--replaced
switch replaced
ecu swaped-goes away
my ecu back in returns--ugh!!!
my ecu with buddies chip--still does
my chip in his car--in his ecu--no prob
his chip in my ecu--ugh!!

this is how I figure the ecu has issues

any know the intimacies of the ECU to fix?


DarkDevilMMM
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04/24/03 02:37 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

have anyone follow the diagram and made a working one? I made one, but seems like there is no data going through the cable, the diagnostic port on 1G is white, and our car is black right? and the pin number on there is different also right? coz I have PIN 9, but in the pic, there is no pin 9, and I have pin 5 also, which I don't see in the pic on the site, I don't have a multimeter right now for some reason, so I can't really check what is up with the data on the port, so anyone got any idea? Thanks

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04/25/03 02:34 PM
Re: Free logger for Palm from Russia!

I can't vouch for the circuit, as I use one that is similar, but also very different (???), but for a better explanation of our OBD connector, check out PPT's site:
http://www.pptracing.com/framedpages/datalogger_installation.htm
The wire colors won't match (of course!), but the pins are the same:
1) Pin 1 is the top left contact in the connector, and this is the one that the bidirectional data flows on
10) Pin 10 is the same pin you ground when you set the timing, the third pin from the bottom right. This pin must also be grounded when you intend to datalog
12) Pin 12 is the bottom right hand terminal, and it is ground.
All you have left is to find a good 12 volt source in the fuse box.
Hope this helps,
Jeff O.
#1886/2000



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