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If your car has the old KWP2000 system you can connect Carberry anyway.
You need before to upgrade Carberry firmware with the following procedure:
Enter home directory:
Download the last version of reflash tool
curl -O -J http://www.carberry.it/down.php?download_id=692
Untar the file:
tar -xvf reflash_1.0.tar
Build the tool:
gcc -o reflash reflash.c
Add execution rights to just built reflash tool:
sudo chmod +x /home/pi/reflash_1.0/reflash
Download the last upgrade file:
curl -O -J http://www.carberry.it/download_site/Carberry_1.17.asc
Update Carberry firmware:
You will see something like this:
pi@raspberrypi ~/reflash $ ./reflash Carberry_1.17.asc
Connecting Carberry Server...
Opening upgrade file...
Probing boot mode...
Entering Carberry in boot mode...Ok
Probing boot mode...Ok
pi@raspberrypi ~/reflash $
That's all. Carberry will now reboot with new firmware.
After that you are able to communicate with KWP2000 protocol, you need to connect Carberry:
Carberry Red wire -> OBD Pin 16
Carberry Black wire -> OBD Pin 4 and Pin 5
Carberry Red/Green wire -> OBD Pin 7
After that from Console you need to:
· Initialize KWP communication (it must be done only the first time after that you turn on car key)
· Set Carberry KWP keepalive (in seconds)
KWP KEEPALIVE 4
· Make your info request, in this example RPM:
OBD QUERY K 010C
Please consider that KWP2000 is very very slow compared to CANBUS line, in fact KWP works at 10.4 KBaud/s and CANBUS at 500 KBaud/s. For this reason requests and replies are much slower and this will not allow the possibility to create a car dashboard like in this project: http://www.carberry.it/en/projects/5/Ca ... _Panel_20/
THX die Support.