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- Fri Jun 06, 2014 12:14 am
- Forum: Support LapTimer Development
- Topic: Acquired Accelerations
- Replies: 2
- Views: 2378
Harry; The other day I had some free time and was interested in finding out how good the iPhone accelerometer is... So.. Since I work in vehicle dynamics, I grabbed a PCB T356B08 tri-axis accelerometer along with my National Instruments setup running at 3200 Hz to do a little correlation work. I sec...
- Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:50 pm
- Forum: Outdated
- Topic: [Warning] Problem with BT Accessories in iOS7.1 and 7.1.1
- Replies: 16
- Views: 10608
Awesome! The issues described above are exactly the ones I have been having. I utilize the exact same devices listed as well. I was really disappointed in the product at first along with the money I spent on the higher quality setup when I had a heak of a time getting all of it connected. Great to k...
Harry; Couple of OBD questions... In the expert settings tweaks menu, how do I know which throttle PID to choose? The default seems to work fine on my 2002 Mustang but reads 100% almost always on my 06' Jetta TDI. Do you know what settings are the most appropriate for the Jetta\Mustang? I am not abl...
Harry; The tweaks in the expert settings labeled "Accelerator Tweaks"... I assume those are for the internal iPhone accelerometer, correct? What are the optimum settings for these 2 categories: Update rate frequency and Use laptimer calibration I wanted to run at the highest frequency to o...
I am glad to hear that I am not the only one who has some difficulty obtaining a connection the first time around. I have learned that I need to perform a similar number of actions as gplracerx above. Thanks!
I saw the post below in regards to lines being viewed in google earth. However, I would be more interested in split times and line differences. Do I have to export the data and plot the lat/long outside of HLT to do that analysis?
Does anyone have any issues getting the 160 to provide updates to HLT? Mine regularly shows 0 Hz but is connected in the devices menu. Thoughts? Is there any particular order of operations you use?
- Fri Apr 25, 2014 6:01 am
- Forum: Accessories
- Topic: Connection Order and Few Issues
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1219
Harry; I have an iPhone 5S and just yesterday bought a BT1 and a XGPS160 (10hz) GPS unit for autocross, high speed autocross and track days. I updated the 160 to firmware version 1.3.0. I am connecting HLT GP V18.0 and the accessories to multiple vehicles. The primary vehicle which I was not able to...
- Mon Apr 21, 2014 9:44 pm
- Forum: FAQs and HOW-TOs
- Topic: [FAQ] OBD Benchmarks
- Replies: 17
- Views: 18808
Do you have any idea when the Kiwi wifi 2 will be tested? I also noted that in your recommendations you state the OBDLink is faster but I don't see results above. Is that a mainly subjective perception then? Thanks!