I've just released RaceChrono v7.1 for Android to the beta group ( https://racechrono.com/article/faq/how-do-i-join-the-beta-group
). If someone is really keen to get the beta for iOS, it could be arranged, but otherwise it will be released production as soon as it's tested.
This version is mostly about fixing various usability issues and bugs.
Change log for RaceChrono v7.1:
- Added remote control support for GoPro 9
- Added support for Bluetooth Smart LNS standard (for example Transystem GL-770, 1 Hz GPS)
- Added analysis adjustment for GPS position shift
- Added analysis adjustment for device delay
- Added “OBD-II response prefix” field to channel editor, to allow all J1850-VPW channels to be recorded
- Added support for lean angle in importing .VBO files
- Added disclaimers for background location access, and built-in GPS usage
- Improved Live screen rotation; replaced the Live screen “Rotate” button with “Unlock orientation” button (Android only)
- Improved Vehicle profile’s test connection and live data
- Fixed: Invalid values were not filtered when importing GoPro embedded GPS data (iOS only)
- Fixed: Scroll bar was missing from multiple screens (Android only)
- Fixed: Further problems with video linking to sessions with one or more resumes
- Fixed: Timer values changed to 0.0 at the end of video, when exporting the last lap of the session
So the total message should be 05 23 D0 00 97 E4
So yes I would think that puts me over the limit of 4 bytes on the request side.:(
Thanks for the response!
Great with the timing adjustability and GPS drift adjustment!
What does italics mean in the list of data sources to display in the graph?
Off season here so not much testing going on currently.
When adjusting for GPS drift, I zoom in quite heavily. On each press of either long/lat adjustment the display refocuses to the start/finish line instead of staying at the position I've zoomed in on. For me that resulted in a lot of swiping back to my zoomed in spot, adjusting drift one more click, swiping back to my zoomed in spot and... 😁😁😁
Question, do people on iOS have access to these features as well? I've got a friend who has an iphone with the same car that also wants to datalog these PIDs.
Thank you for testing it, I'm glad it works now!
Sweet. I will let him know.
If i can get the car running and driving this weekend, I'll do some in car testing but at least it all goods good on my bench setup.
The already available automatic syncing of video with GPS data is brilliant. And now you've added automatic syncing of OBD2 data using speed! Worked very very good! You're a star!
Thank you for adding the bitsToUintLe function.
Is it possible to add names to the CAN-Bus Channels list? Or rename proposals from the list?
I would need to add items specific to the electric car.
Such as :
front engine power
rear engine power
front engine torque
rear engine torque
Speaking of brakes and CAN channel names, can we add "Brake cylinder pressure (bar)"?
@timurrrr it's the same as simply "Brake pressure" right? I try to keep the names as compact as possible
My list so far:
Engine power (kW)
Engine current (A)
Inverter power (kW)
Engine torque (Nm)
Battery level (kWh)
Battery current (A)
Brake pressure (bar)
Ethanol content (%)
State of charge (%)
Also already added for v7.2:
Wastegate duty cycle (%)
Knock correction (deg)
Air/fuel ratio (no units)
Anything else? Send more that are missing and I will add them for the next release.
Yeah, "brake pressure" would suffice
In order to increase logging speed, I define several standard Mode $01 params in mode $22, and some of those labels are missing...for example, fuel trims, Air/fuel ratio, ethanol content, etc. I also sometimes use Racechrono outside of racetrack scenario for general datalogging, so some params I would prefer to the vehicle specific term for items.
All of this would be solved by just letting users define their own titles. Even if I can't specific units, I would be happy with that.
Just a request thank you!
A list of useful values
Intensity (A) -> Front, Rear
Inverter (KW) -> Front, Rear
Torque (Nm) ->Front, Rear
Inverter power (kW)
The channel names are translated to multiple language, so I need to know what they mean.
Intensity (A) is the current (intensité in french)
SOC (%) = Stat of charge
I imported the profile on the tablet, I have the vehicle characteristics but not the equations.
However, in the export file (vehicle***.rcz -> vehicleProfile.json) the equations are presented.