Can't get the OP to log standalone with the simplest logcfg

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Can't get the OP to log standalone with the simplest logcfg

Postby stugray » Sun Jan 05, 2014 8:08 pm

I have been trying to get the OP2.0 to work in standalone logging mode.

I have a 71 Porsche 914 racecar - No OBD port
I have a dummy OBD plug that I have wired to power.
When I turn on the system ignition, it applies power to the OBD Batt pin (16).

I have also wired OEM8 & OEM12 in hopes of reading analogs with the OP
So I only have 5 pins of the OBD connector wired: 8(OEM8), 4&5 (GND), 12(OEM12), & 16 (Batt).

then the 2.5mm goes to innovate LC-1
I have not been able to get the LC-1 data to log at all even though I see the red blinking light.
I believe that means that the cfg file was good and the OP was clocking in serial data.
The logcfg.out file showed that everything looks good, just no data ever shows in the log file.

So I made the simplest possible logcfg file just to prove I can log data.
I still cant.

Here's the logcfg.txt file:

type=adc

paramname=battvolts
paramid=16 ; OBD pin
scalingrpn=x,0.001,* ; here we scale to volts


paramname=throtpos
paramid=8 ; OBD pin
scalingrpn=x,0.001,* ; here we scale to volts


;-------------triggers---------------
;


conditionrpn = battvolts,0.0,>
action = start


Here's the logcfg.out file:

001: type=adc
: name[type,8] value[adc,0,0.000000]
002: paramname=battvolts
: name[paramname,16] value[battvolts,0,0.000000]
003: paramid=16 ; OBD pin
: name[paramid,17] value[16,16,16.000000]
004: scalingrpn=x,0.001,* ; here we scale to volts
: name[scalingrpn,18] value[x,0.001,*,0,0.000000]
005: paramname=throtpos
: name[paramname,16] value[throtpos,0,0.000000]
006: paramid=8 ; OBD pin
: name[paramid,17] value[8,8,8.000000]
007: scalingrpn=x,0.001,* ; here we scale to volts
: name[scalingrpn,18] value[x,0.001,*,0,0.000000]
008: ;-------------triggers---------------
009: ;
010: conditionrpn = battvolts,0.0,>
: name[conditionrpn,48] value[battvolts,0.0,>,0,0.000000]
011: action = start
: name[action,49] value[start,0,0.000000]

--- log config dump ---

firmware version is: 1.14.4010
the following general options are set:
* interpolate missing samples
* zero sample count at start of each file

channel type: adc

param name: battvolts
param id: 0x00000010
scaling: x,0.001000,*

param name: throtpos
param id: 0x00000008
scaling: x,0.001000,*

trigger action: start condition: battvolts,0.000000,>

--- storage info ---
log channels: 1
log parameters: 2
log stringlist: 29 chars
log floatlist: 2 floats
logging interval will be 1000000us



It still just sits and does not log anything.
What am I doing wrong?

Note: I just kill power to the OP when I turn off the ignition, no 'stop trigger'
stugray
 
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Re: Can't get the OP to log standalone with the simplest log

Postby stugray » Mon Jan 06, 2014 9:07 pm

Just to eliminate my "dummy" OBD connector, I plugged it into my BRZ.

Exact same result. It gets to "logging interval will be 1000000us" then nothing.
battvolts MUST be > 0.0 or the OP would not be on.
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