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  • #656
    akamotoflaneur
    Participant

    Hi,

    New to the DMD, and love it so far 🙂

    Is there anything on the market that will allow an analog bike (I have a few DR650s with no OBD port) to feed info in to a bluetooth device to show on the OBD dashboard of DMD?

     

    Thanks

    Kelvin – aka Motoflaneur

    #669
    johnkeel
    Keymaster

    I dont think there is analog to OBD, I do know there is analog to BT.
    Basically a device that captures analog voltage and sends it over BT, then the app developer can “read” those values.

    We are actually developing such device, it will feature X amount of inputs for reading sensors like (Fuel Level, Voltage, etc), plus On/Off switches.

    This will allow you to not only read sensors but also control hardware from your DMD2 app, like use the on/off switch to turn on and off lights, ignition, whatever…

    Top secret stuff for now 😛

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    #672
    simmon.rauter
    Participant

    Really? OMG, I Love it!!! That’s the only thing bugging me about DMD2. I can’t find a way to use OBD view with my bike and I really want to use it.

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    #682
    akamotoflaneur
    Participant

    #669

     

    Hi Johnkeel,

    Thanks for getting back to me and excellent news on future elopements 🙂

    Received my controller in the post today 🙂 super excited to get it all fitted and up and running.

     

    Cheers

     

    Kelvin

    #723
    javkap
    Participant

    I dont think there is analog to OBD, I do know there is analog to BT. Basically a device that captures analog voltage and sends it over BT, then the app developer can “read” those values. We are actually developing such device, it will feature X amount of inputs for reading sensors like (Fuel Level, Voltage, etc), plus On/Off switches. This will allow you to not only read sensors but also control hardware from your DMD2 app, like use the on/off switch to turn on and off lights, ignition, whatever… Top secret stuff for now 😛

    Hi
    Long time been using the DMD, and from when ODB2 option was included, I’m wrecking my brain thinking if there is a way to connect the DMD to an old (carburetor) bike, at least to have on the DMD “dash”: Temps, RPMs, volts and others if possible!!!

    This is great!!! Now I have some hopes! THANKS!

    Javier…

     

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