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- Wed Mar 27, 2019 8:51 pm
- Forum: Tire Management Sensors
- Topic: RejsaRubberTrac - 16 zones tire temps - bluetooth sensor
- Replies: 9
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This is awesome, thank you for your work on it and for posting!
I can't quite figure out the key to making it reproducible but I'm quite sure nothing else besides HLT is trying to access the file. It seems to be okay if I delete the video link and relink it, at least for a while.
The camera is an Eken H9. I put the video segments together with OS X, saving from the Quicktime player. The video is stored in LapTimer's own data area, using iTunes file transfer. I am not using a second video or a reference lap. The problem occurs universally, in that when it occurs I am unable t...
I'm trying to sync an external video, loaded through iTunes. It works a few times and then a popup window states "Cannot Decode. The decoder required for this media is busy." I have quit all other apps and restarted HLT. That worked at one point but then I had to reboot the phone in order ...
- Tue May 24, 2016 1:11 pm
- Forum: Using LapTimer
- Topic: Difference in Electronic timing and HLT
- Replies: 9
- Views: 1623
I do as gplracerx suggests and I also see a difference between HLT time and the optical system used at autocross. I use an XGPS160. The difference is generally a few tenths.
Harry, is there a good approach for a vehicle with a really slow bus? I'm seeing 1 Hz reported for my NSX and the BT1 or Kiwi3. If I could limit to just speed and throttle PIDs would that help?
After PLX had my returned Kiwi3 for three weeks without any word, when I ask twice for a status update, they just told me it "simply need a program configuration to be reloaded." So apparently they will do that and return it to me. So that's apparently the method for iOS users.
Except, as far as I know, PLX doesn't have an app for the Kiwi 3...gplracerx wrote:Firmware updates on the Dual XGPS160 are done with the Dual app. I would think that the Kiwi would operate similarly.