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Autoliv NV2 on Raspberry Pi

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railrun:
Hi, I'm still trying to start my camera. I'm using an ELM327 but didn't receive any datas. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?

--- Code: --->ATZ
ELM327 v1.5
>ATSPB
OK
>ATPBE005
OK
>ATAL
OK
>ATCM000
OK
>8B02270155555555
NO DATA
--- End code ---

oPossum:
ATZ                              // Reset
ATPBE005                    // 100kbps for user protocol B
ATSPB                         // Select protocol B (User1 CAN)
ATSH000657               // Set transmit address to 0x657
ATAL                           // Allow long messages
ATCM000                    // Address mask
8B02270155555555    // Request seed

oPossum:
C++ code for ELM327 attached

railrun:

--- Quote from: oPossum on January 02, 2022, 03:44:20 pm ---ATZ                              // Reset
ATPBE005                    // 100kbps for user protocol B
ATSPB                         // Select protocol B (User1 CAN)
ATSH000657               // Set transmit address to 0x657
ATAL                           // Allow long messages
ATCM000                    // Address mask
8B02270155555555    // Request seed

--- End quote ---
Thank you
I forgot the ID.
I feel a little bit dumb  :palm:

dnhkng:
Is anyone interested in building their own cheap fast Thermal Camera?

I have a pretty nice DIY solution finished (check back a page of two), although its nowhere near as nice as the OpenIRV
https://www.eevblog.com/forum/thermal-imaging/openirv-isc0901b0-(autoliv-nv3-flir-e4568)-based-opensource-thermal-camera/

But, it's cheap as it uses a Chinese FPGA module  (<20 euro), a Raspberry Pi Pico with micropython for unlocking, and a handful of components that can be hand soldered (the Decoded chip is a little tricky).

I was thinking about selling a PCB board, as a kit on Tindie/Etsy, together with all the code.

Is anyone interested? If so, let me know if you would prefer:

   a) A 4.5 inch 480x320 LCD, and have a hand-held device that can run on a USB battery pack
   b) A 7 inch 800v480 LCD, and have a hand-held device that can run on a USB battery pack
   b) an adapter from the NVCAM to 480P HDMI for display on any HDMI monitor, or with a USB capture dongle as a webcam

A kit (PCB and the parts in a bag) for maybe 120 euro, and assemble for 150, BYO NVCAM

Any feedback?

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