Ok. Just throwing this out there. Is it possible to set up EVOscan to pull information from wide band hardware other than those that are already supported in the software? If not is there any other software out there that is a little bit more "user configurable"? I know I have asked this question on another forum a long time ago but for the life of me I cant remember where the question was asked. I do remember a response on the subject though that if the information on the data stream it might be possible. Here is my hardware setup. 1995 eagle talon, 1998 Eclipse ECU, O.P. 2.0, Techedge 2J1 wide band. Here is some information on the wide band hardware http://wbo2.com/2j/2j1.htm and here is what I can find for the logging and stream information of Techedge units http://wbo2.com/sw/logtech.htm
I am having issues with trying to log WB using the rear O2 sensor input as I have done in the past. I don't know what the issue is but when I had an EVO8 ecu installed in the car and everything was set up, it worked with out issue. I had a wire ran from my WB to the ECU into the rear O2 sensor input and had the voltage out on my WB configured as a linear 1 - 0v representing 9 - 19 AFR, and it worked fine. All I did was swap the ECU and rearrange the 8 or so wires back the the factory configuration for the right ECU. Now all I get for a reading at the ECU is around .5 to .6Vdc nothing more nothing less. I verified that my WB settings have not changed, I even reprogrammed it to flatten out the voltage (1v across the board) and I still get the .5 - .6v.
So what I would like to do is Log my WB directly to EVOscan (or other software) using com-port communication like AEM or Innovative. Is this possible??? Or... There is logging software available http://www.devtechnics.com/winlog.htm that works with the techedge and some other WB units that is user customizable, It would just need drivers. Would it be possible to set up a driver for the OP2.0 hardware to work with this software?