Vagkkl interface.

multiecuscan program usage help
Timmy
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Re: Vagkkl interface.

Post by Timmy » 22 Jan 2019, 18:26

Hopefully I have not forgot anything.


Advanced Settings for Port Com1

Receive 4096
Transmit. 4096

Latency Timer. 1

Min. Readout. 0
Min Write. 0



Interface
K Line Vagcom
Port com 1


USB Serial Port COM 1 Settings.
Bits Per Sec 9600
Data Bits. 8
Parity None.
Stop Bits 1.
Flow Control None.

Testing Latency with 200 Bytes of Data.
Min Latency 4
Max Latency 4

Testing Timers

The acceptable tolerance for results is ~5ms.
System supports high resolution timer.

Testing timer with 1000 ms
Result 1014 ms.

Testing timer with 250ms
Result 255

Testing timer with 750ms
Result 750 ms.

Testing timer with 100ms
Result 101 ms


Driver
C\Windows\Systems32\drivers\ftser2k.sys

kido.resuri
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Re: Vagkkl interface.

Post by kido.resuri » 22 Jan 2019, 20:50

Try this driver:

https://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/CDM/CDM21228_Setup.zip


Do you have a hardware COM port on your laptop?
https://www.puntonium.hu

Timmy
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Re: Vagkkl interface.

Post by Timmy » 22 Jan 2019, 22:27

If you mean do i have usb ports for connecting external peripherals,
then yes i do.

Timmy
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Re: Vagkkl interface.

Post by Timmy » 23 Jan 2019, 10:03

I tried that driver this morning, and ran a test on the interface in Multiecuscan, and got this result

Testing latency with 200bytes of data.
Min latency 4
Max latency 4


Testing timer with 1000 ms
result 1016 ms

Testing timer with 250 ms.
Result 252 ms.

Testing timer with 750 ms.
Result 750 ms.

Testing timer with 100 ms.
Result 101 ms.


Still not connecting to the ecu.


Laptop is a Toshiba Satellite.

Timmy
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Re: Vagkkl interface.

Post by Timmy » 25 Jan 2019, 18:09

Still no joy.

I've ordered a new kklvagcom lead in the hope that its the problem.

Timmy
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Re: Vagkkl interface.

Post by Timmy » 29 Jan 2019, 17:23

I ordered a new 32 ft 16 pin extension lead, and the green lead for ABS on multiecuscan.

What lead do i need to connect this to the USB on my laptop.

I,m assuming its a replacement KKLVAG COM lead.

Is this ok,

USB Cable OBD2 II OBD KKL VAG-COM 409.1

Thanks

Tim

Timmy
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Re: Vagkkl interface.

Post by Timmy » 01 Feb 2019, 07:31

I have fitted a new extension lead
a new KKLVAG COM lead, and a new green ABS lead adaptor.

And successfully linked my PC tower, running WIN 7 and MECUSCAN to my car, great.

But despite trying every driver I can find, I cannot link with the same equipment and OS on my
laptops. I running WIN Vista, and 1 running WIN 7.

I would strongly consider buying the full Multi ecuscan package, but I,m afraid I might be left with an ornament
if my laptops have issues with it for live data info in the car.

My 2 laptops have issues with the drivers that I cant resolve.

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Re: Vagkkl interface.

Post by s130 » 01 Feb 2019, 10:32

If I were you I would focus on your Win 7 laptop and Win 7 desktop and ignore your Vista laptop as that is only going to confuse and distract the situation.

In theory the Win 7 driver on your desktop machine should work on your Win 7 laptop as far as basic OS and USB is concerned. So whatever driver you have on the desktop put it on the laptop and ensure that the current laptop driver is uninstalled and deleted (but ensure you have the source). If you don't uninstall and delete the current laptop driver then Win may decide to install/update over the desktop driver.

Once both machines have the same driver install then go into Device Manager and compare the systems each with the KKL interface connected.

If they are all looking identical you will need to look in more detail at the interface settings in MES.

Also check for any latency issue messages on the laptop when running MES as these can sometimes cause big problems.
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Timmy
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Re: Vagkkl interface.

Post by Timmy » 07 Feb 2019, 20:53

Managed to get a Win & laptop working with Multiecuscan using this driver ,

downloads/CH34x_Install_Windows_v3_4.zip
From https://sparks.gogo.co.nz

Works fine now, after trying many drivers.

What interface should I be using for working with a tablet and MMultiecuscan,

Thanks

Tim

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