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Offline jacq

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Re: TigerTool - A Diagnostic Project
« Reply #40 on: July 05, 2016, 04:12:00 PM »
Where I can find a link to download TigerTool?

(sorry if that's a stupid question, but I can't find a link)

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Re: TigerTool - A Diagnostic Project
« Reply #41 on: July 05, 2016, 08:26:01 PM »

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Re: TigerTool - A Diagnostic Project
« Reply #42 on: February 03, 2017, 03:40:04 AM »
Put me down for one as soon as they are ready

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Re: TigerTool - A Diagnostic Project
« Reply #43 on: February 03, 2017, 08:27:21 AM »
*Originally Posted by D6864 [+]
Here's a suggestion: could you replicate the comms from the instrument panel so that the bike could still be ridden if it was stolen or damaged?
Yes, that's now doable.

See here...
https://www.tiger800.co.uk/index.php/topic,20729.0.html


I've also been looking at the possibility of a smaller (cheaper) unit that connects to the diagnostic socket and has both Bluetooth and USB comms. It would have a simple command set to allow access to the ECU features so anyone could write their own software for PC / Android / iOS etc without having to know the ins & outs of talking to the ECU. This could also be used if the instruments are stolen / damaged or if you just wanted a different display with more detail showing. Speedo correction could very easily be applied, as some people seem to hanker after a speedo that doesn't read around 5% high. Just some ideas on what can easily be done and most should apply to all new(ish) Triumphs that have CAN-bus comms between the ECU & instruments.

  
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Re: TigerTool - A Diagnostic Project
« Reply #44 on: March 15, 2017, 06:52:23 AM »
Hi to all on the forum. I am a new user having just purchased a 2015 tiger xrx with 7000 km on the clock three weeks ago (and put 2500 km on it already). Absolutely  loving the tiger after riding my Bonnie t100. I am very interested in the development of the tigertool and fascinated by the work you are undertaking. I have used TuneECU routinely on the Bonnie including playing with the maps, and am frustrated with the lack of access to the Tiger ecu. I admit to being a bit ott regarding wanting bikes to breathe properly, I removed the airbox and all the environmental stuff from the Bonnie, plus free flow pipes. At some stage I will want to remove the cat etc from the tiger but at this stage just enjoying riding the new bike.
I'm looking forward to the full development of the tigertool. 

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Re: TigerTool - A Diagnostic Project
« Reply #45 on: February 05, 2019, 01:54:04 AM »
Just for interest, here are some screen caps of the current development testing of the TigerTool software. The hardware being used is my own design of the OBD2 interface as I can't rely on the cheap units for what these new features need.

The new 'Instrument' tab (replaces 'SIA Reset') reads the current ODO value and automatically adds the service reset distance to the ODO value to show when the next service is due. It also senses the current ODO units automatically (km or miles) and displays the appropriate units. There are some menu configurations added too. This tab might make its way into the next release of the software.


The new 'TPMS' tab can do the following:-

Read the TPMS configuration status
Enable / disable the TPMS as required
Read & erase the immobiliser DTCs
Read the front & rear TPMS sensor IDs
Read the status of the front & rear TPMS sensors
Program new sensors into the ECU!

Unfortunately, the new TPMS tab & features probably won't make its way into the next TigerTool release due to the need for different (much better) hardware. If there's enough interest in the TPMS features I might look into the cost of building the OBD2 hardware to see if it might be viable. The TPMS control should be usable on any of the current Triumph models that support the feature.









  
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Re: TigerTool - A Diagnostic Project
« Reply #46 on: February 05, 2019, 09:02:13 AM »
Love it :152:

Just wish I understood how it all works. Electronic wizardry  :173:
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Re: TigerTool - A Diagnostic Project
« Reply #47 on: February 05, 2019, 09:15:08 AM »
Wow.  Looks really well.
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Re: TigerTool - A Diagnostic Project
« Reply #48 on: February 05, 2019, 05:59:42 PM »
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Re: TigerTool - A Diagnostic Project
« Reply #49 on: February 05, 2019, 07:56:16 PM »
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