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    Here's what brought to fix the obd 2-90*



    Here is the link:
    http://www.obd2cables.com/products/
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    Hi guys, I have made a cable from my V2 to tec edge (8pin connector shown below) it is wired

    V2 --- tec edge

    1 - 3
    2 - 2
    5 - 5

    I still cannot get the V2 to recognize it. I have the V2 settings on Tec edge, any thoughts on why it wont work?



    Quote Originally Posted by AGRO View Post
    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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    If any valid serial data is being received by V2 (regardless of whether it is valid Wide band O2 data or not) the orange LED second from the left will flash on FlashScan's, keypad.
    If you don't see any flashes of that orange LED then data is physically not getting to FlashScan and it is probably a wiring or WO2 config problem.
    If you do see that orange LED flashing, then data is being received by FlashScan and it is most likely a FlashScan config problem.

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    I'm a little concerned a tthe description that says the LSS baud rate is 1200. FlashScan does not support that baud rate.
    The baud rates that FlashScan (and AutoCal) use for WO2 serial data are shown below:
    (i.e. both Tech Edge widebands (TE 1.5 and 2.0) supported by FlashScan are expected to transmit at 19200 baud.)

    Code:
    void
    wo2SetBaud(void)
    {
      switch ( cfg_wo2TypeTemp ) {
        case cfg_wo2Inn:
        case cfg_wo2PLX:
        case cfg_wo2TE15:
        case cfg_wo2TE20:
        case cfg_wo2FJO2:
        case cfg_wo2FJO3:
          comSetBaud(0,combps_19200);
          break;
        case cfg_wo2AemUego:
        case cfg_wo2Zt2:
          comSetBaud(0,combps_9600);
          break;
        case cfg_wo2Jaw:
          comSetBaud(0,combps_14400);
          break;
        case cfg_wo2ECM:
          comSetBaud(0,combps_38400);
          break;
      }
      // Clear out any existing data that may have been collected at the wrong baud rate
      fifoReset(&com_rxFifo[0]);
    }
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    See post #58... (there appears to be a problem with logging serial data from the TechEdge wide bands at the moment)
    http://forum.efilive.com/showthread....877#post163877

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    That might explain my other problem..

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