Hi Issac - got an hour this afternoon to get debug files, also created a new cglog, clearing the rest. Debug file 1 of 4 - I opened CGP, connected from menu button, Nissan, enhance, 12 guages; then select debug file in prefernces, then go to OBDII menu and select all PIDs and then run engine at required rpm, then come out of CGP, exiting at the required rpm, then restart from scratch. Hope this give the info you need, let me know if there is a beter way to do it I think having a select all button on PIDs would be usefull and a creat .cglog button would make life a little easier for the app challenged like me LOL. Thanks Charlie
Excellent, as the app developes I am sure you will see better ways of operating it. Enabling Debug would definetly help as it is buried at the bottom of the preferences, maybe at the top, or even on the menu if not checked on opening.
I did notice that while the measurements are metric, so is the speed, here in the UK we still work in MPH, so when selecting Units, you would only get a speed reading in KPH. It may worth considering adding a seperate entery under the Units section for MPH or KPH, if that is possible ?
Once the raw data is converted, I will post on the forums and hopefully there will be more feedback for you It will also bring up any issues, I have missed I will let you know the links when I do this for your use.
A set up file would be useful, two reasons for this thinking. One, new users will not be familiar with the app and need guidance, maybe put it on the forum to encourage feedback rather than the app. I found creating a .cglog by accident as an example, it is very usefull for "user" evaluation too.
Secondly would be if particular vehicle files need to be loaded. Vehicles in Canada or South America are often slightly different spec, not only Nissan as I am sure you have found, though most would be gas (petrol) rather than "oil burners" even though they may have the same engine.
In Europe diesel would probabley be more popular as fuel price have been high for some time, currently petrol is just under Â£1.40 per liter, diesel is Â£1.40 plus per litre, and premium diesel is Â£1.50 per litre in the UK, and yes it is confusing, we measure distance in miles and yet fill up with Litres may be that is another item to add, so mpg can be worked out ?
Looking forward to the next update. Thanks agin for all your hard work. Charlie
Last Edit: Jan 2, 2013 14:05:42 GMT -8 by charliext
Option to use Mph instead of Km/h I will later on divide all of the Metric/Imperial Units.
Added New Log option for Diagnostic Report
Adding all Pids will cause a lag with the system and slow refresh. I prefer adding less then 20 Pids at a time. If you ever look into the Ford Pid List, it is huge. I decided not to use this feature until I optimize the Multiview component for use with over 50 Pids.
Car Gauge does scan for valid Pids, but it is different with On/Off type of Pids. You may have some On/Off Pids in a group that is not supported. There are many duplicate Pids with Nissan and the app should detect which is the correct type for which ever vehicle you have.
I am in the process on creating a Tutorial Guide in PDF.
I understand your problem for the app to scan all PIDs, perhaps as a feature it could be possible to load either as a custom profile or template which can be customiseable. As you say of course the other vehicles have huge amounts of information so a template of say 15 PIDs max could be loaded, either at the start or once connection to the vehicle is established.
For example there are 27 PIDs for YD 2.2 Consult II profile, out of those 12 are probabley of interest from an every day point of view IMHO :
RPM Barometric Pressure Accelerator Position Accelerator Position 2 Coolant Temp Fuel Temp Injector Width ERG Vol Actual Rail Pressure Suction CV Intake Battery
Is it possible for me to load a template of PIDs ? Or is this something for the future maybe ? ;D
Last Edit: Jan 3, 2013 11:31:52 GMT -8 by charliext