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    It is unlikely any wb would require handshaking. It already has been configured correctly.

    Thanks for the tip8-)

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    If you want to free-air calibrate the LC-1 (which is recommeded periodically) then you will need Tx.

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    I upgrade my V2 firmware to 2.5.15, bootblock version is 2.5.04, bootblock version date is oct 16, 2007. Where do i go in the menu to see options/setup for the lc-1 setup? i can't find it. do i do somehting wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ls197gmc
    I upgrade my V2 firmware to 2.5.15, bootblock version is 2.5.04, bootblock version date is oct 16, 2007. Where do i go in the menu to see options/setup for the lc-1 setup? i can't find it. do i do somehting wrong?
    Go to the Edit Settings menu on FlashScan:
    F4: Options->F1: Settings->F1: Edit Settings.

    Scroll down until you see the following three items and set them accordingly:
    Com In Wide-O2
    Com Out: Wide-O2
    WO2 Type: LC-1

    To use FlashScan to display the WO2 data, select:
    F2: Scan Tool->F1: Data Logging->F3: Display WO2.

    See the hotkeys document to see what special keys can be used to alter the WO2 display.

    Passthrough is not working right now for serial wideband data so you can't log the serial wideband data to your PC yet. A fix will be posted shortly.

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    i dont see those under settings: this is all i see:

    file sys:
    file #:
    locale:
    units: adfilter:
    led mode:
    s-trace:
    lo power:
    splash:
    alert:
    error:
    ar delay:
    ar speed:

    any clues?

    did i not upgrade the software correctly? not in the correct order?

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    You're not running the latest firmware.

    Upgrade your FlashScan's firmware using the file called: FSProgV2_05_15(0320).efw (the 0320 means the March 20 version).
    You can find it in the folder: \Program Files\EFILive\V8\EFILivE_Hapi

    You will need to use the EFILive_Explorer.exe program to reprogram the FlashScan device.

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    with the tech edge, it already has a rj11 and rj45 plug/s. which one to use? pin 1,2,4 on the rj11 or pin 2,3,5 on the rj45? im a little confused.





    Other RJ45 Outputs - SVout, NBsim, WBlin+, GND & Vbatt

    The SVout [pin 1], WBlin+ [pin 4] & NBsim [pin 6] signals are all described in detail above. The SVout signal is intended for analogue displays like the LD01 and those displays will also use Vbatt & GND described below. The RJ45 connector signal names are shown at right.
    A fused, protected and partially filtered battery voltage Vbatt is available from [pin 8] (right most RJ45 signal). This output is provided to power other devices such as the LD02 display. It should only be connected to devices that will draw small currents; typically less than 100 milliamps. Excessive current consumption may cause heating of an internal dropping/protection resistor.
    A ground GND point [pin 5-RJ45] is provided as a return for the RS232 and Vbatt connections.
    Note that there are number of unconnected outputs (N/C = No Connection) on each of the RJ-45 connectors. Those N/C's that have uses on other wideband units are shown "greyed in" and include WBlin (pin 4) and NBsim (pin 6).
    6 Pin RJ11 Connector - LSS Tx & Rx, also SVout, WBlin+, GND & Vbatt

    The right hand side RJ11 connector is designed for use with an intelligent serial display. Its primary feature is a second serial channel called the Low Speed Serial (LSS) interface which has a 1200 baud data rate (ie. low speed) which is adequate for most displays. Additionally there are duplicates signals found on the RJ45 and green 6 pin connector.
    LSS Tx [pin 2] sends data frames to display. LSS Rx [pin 1] is not currently supported in firmware.

    Batt+ [pin 6] & GND [pin 4] provide current limited power and a return GND for the external display.

    SVout [pin 5] & WBlin+ [pin 3] are described in sections above.

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    thanks! that was it!

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    can we log yet using serial output with with lc-1? My analog outputs are reading around 1v constantly when using LM Programmer to set both outputs per the LC-1 install tutorial in efi live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Block View Post
    can we log yet using serial output with with lc-1? My analog outputs are reading around 1v constantly when using LM Programmer to set both outputs per the LC-1 install tutorial in efi live.
    Yes, it should be working in the current beta software.
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