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Old 06-21-2014, 10:33 AM   #1
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What comm to usb cable are people using to log a/f? The one I have doesn't work correctly.
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Old 06-21-2014, 11:24 AM   #2
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What comm to usb cable are people using to log a/f? The one I have doesn't work correctly.
I've been successful with staples serial to USB. Still yet to get my plx PCB working successfully.
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Old 06-22-2014, 06:29 AM   #3
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I've been successful with staples serial to USB. Still yet to get my plx PCB working successfully.
Plx PCB?
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Old 06-22-2014, 08:54 AM   #4
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Plx PCB?
Sorry, it's Pololu not PLX.

http://www.pololu.com/product/391

Here's more info

http://www.romraider.com/forum/viewt...=4299&start=45
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What comm to usb cable are people using to log a/f? The one I have doesn't work correctly.
What do you mean by "doesnt work correctly"? I am trying to get my new MTX-L wideband (innovate) working with AccesstunerRace currently. I have had success getting the gauge to communicate with the Logworks software but cant seem to get it to output anything to the ATR software. I am using the "Belkin F5U257 USB to Serial Cable Adapter".
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Old 06-23-2014, 12:12 PM   #6
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When I plug in my wideband to my computer it throws all my data off and doesn't log a/f
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Old 06-23-2014, 12:27 PM   #7
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When I plug in my wideband to my computer it throws all my data off and doesn't log a/f
Does logworks show correct data?
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I can't get it to connect to log works either.
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I can't get it to connect to log works either.
Either a driver or setting issue. What is the baud rate set to? Is windows trying to use the same com port for multiple devices? Try 9600 for the baud rate. I haven't put log works on my new laptop so I can't confirm. Try it without logging the ecu.
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Well when Romraider tells me to select a com port for the wideband it gives me no comport options.
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I'm not sure what a baud rate is either.
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I'm not sure what a baud rate is either.
What is your operating system? You need to get log works working before romraider ever will.
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What is your operating system? You need to get log works working before romraider ever will.
Okay
I have windows 7
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Okay
I have windows 7
I think it should be 19200, not 9600.

http://www.digi.com/support/kbase/kb...ltdetl?id=3418

You need to know what com port it is, different on every machine. You can change it's number to a higher one to be sure standard com 3/4 isn't having conflicts.

PS you're changing "bits per second"

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I think it should be 19200, not 9600.

http://www.digi.com/support/kbase/kb...ltdetl?id=3418

You need to know what com port it is, different on every machine. You can change it's number to a higher one to be sure standard com 3/4 isn't having conflicts.

PS you're changing "bits per second"
Thank you for posting that link.
I'll follow those steps after work tonight.
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I'm sorry for the delay guys I will try to get it done tonight.
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Thank you for posting that link.
I'll follow those steps after work tonight.
In my "Device Manager" I do not have a Com Port tab.
I have a universal serial bus controllers tab, and SD hot adapters tab. Their are others but they don't seem like they would be relevant.
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In my "Device Manager" I do not have a Com Port tab.
I have a universal serial bus controllers tab, and SD hot adapters tab. Their are others but they don't seem like they would be relevant.
There should be a "ports" option. Try plugging in your tactrix to see if it appears. With nothing connected to mya win8 laptop I only show two BT coms. Maybe you don't have anything active and it's not giving you the option.

You could try this if you're comfortable.

https://learn.adafruit.com/how-to-fi...ports/overview
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There should be a "ports" option. Try plugging in your tactrix to see if it appears. With nothing connected to mya win8 laptop I only show two BT coms. Maybe you don't have anything active and it's not giving you the option.
Ah okay, thats a good idea I will try again.
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