Introducing RealDash

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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby edgedj » Thu Oct 05, 2017 1:11 am

Thanks for the speedy response. It might just be that I'm not firing it up in the right sequence, I'm seeing what it'll be like in the dash and plugging the charger in by hand in parallel with the key. I think in a real world where it's a relay that fires with the key it might be there after the bluetooth adaptor is back up and sending data so might not miss like you say.
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby Suprazz » Thu Oct 05, 2017 6:49 pm

I didnt find a way to display generic sensor inputs? Is it hidden or it's missing?
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby janimm » Fri Oct 06, 2017 1:34 am

If ini file is imported, they should appear in "ECU Specific" category. Drop me an email if there is any problems. I'm just about to release 1.2.9.
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby edgedj » Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:08 am

One observation would be that RealDash appears to me to be compelling and robust enough to deserve its own category on this forum. It's a bit hard searching for information when everyone is diligently posting information under 'Introducing RealDash'. I think it's grown up enough for a dedicated section?
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby piledriver » Thu Nov 02, 2017 7:50 pm

edgedj wrote:One observation would be that RealDash appears to me to be compelling and robust enough to deserve its own category on this forum. It's a bit hard searching for information when everyone is diligently posting information under 'Introducing RealDash'. I think it's grown up enough for a dedicated section?


Agreed.

Tested and bought it tonight, very easy to set up or modify an existing dash, and connects and resumes with absolutely no shenanigans on my Samsung Galaxy S8 via BlueTooth, may try it via USB/serial, hoping I can still use BT audio at same time.

Makes me want to install a large tablet for a dash.

Trevors been off the forums since June, so I hope you reconsider adding the ability to tune to RealDash.
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby edgedj » Tue Nov 21, 2017 4:27 pm

piledriver wrote:[Makes me want to install a large tablet for a dash.


My thoughts exactly, I've had this Aluminium 2mm plate laser CNC cut from a CAD drawing and not sure if you can see but the tablet sits in a recess above the stereo and the tablet will be the only instrument on the dashboard. Just four switches, one ignition switch and a stereo.

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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby janimm » Thu Nov 23, 2017 1:19 am

We have a Black Friday weekend sale for RealDash full version activation. 50% off from normal price.

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If you have been thinking about getting a full version of RealDash, now is an excellent chance!
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby Nigep » Sat Dec 02, 2017 4:42 am

edgedj wrote:One observation would be that RealDash appears to me to be compelling and robust enough to deserve its own category on this forum. It's a bit hard searching for information when everyone is diligently posting information under 'Introducing RealDash'. I think it's grown up enough for a dedicated section?

Agreed !
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby Buelliholic » Sat Dec 02, 2017 3:58 pm

+1
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby Suprazz » Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:27 am

I'm trying to connect a Microsquirt controller with RealDash. It's connecting but reporting wrong values. Any suggestions. I loaded the Trans.ini file and there is nothing more in ECU specific
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby piledriver » Wed Dec 20, 2017 8:07 pm

Suprazz wrote:I'm trying to connect a Microsquirt controller with RealDash. It's connecting but reporting wrong values. Any suggestions. I loaded the Trans.ini file and there is nothing more in ECU specific


trans.ini...?
maybe you need to point it at maincontroller.ini? (for the ECU, not the trans controller)
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby janimm » Thu Dec 21, 2017 1:35 am

We have never tested the Microsquirt with transmission controller firmware. Right now we do not have test setup to develop against.
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby sgilbert1967 » Mon Jan 22, 2018 3:50 pm

When I try to connect RealDash to a MS3 ultimate ECU it connects via the EFI Anaylitics Bluetooth adapter and will showetrics then disconnect and reconnect on a cycle every 15 to 20 seconds....this is on multiple Android phones and the main windows 10 laptop I use for Shadow Tuner none of which ever exhibit a disconnect issue....I've purchased some layouts and would really like to play with it some but it's unusable like this....
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Re: Introducing RealDash

Postby jsmcortina » Mon Jan 22, 2018 5:47 pm

janimm wrote:We have never tested the Microsquirt with transmission controller firmware. Right now we do not have test setup to develop against.

It can run on a regular MS2 also.

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