Firstly, fantastic work, I've been looking for possibilities with the Raspberry PI incar for a while, you've cracked it with that IBUS interface!Just PM me your address and I'll put a blank board in the post. I got 10 made so don't really need them.
Good to hear, will be curious to see how you go. Sure you don't want a blank PCB? I think Auspost will do it with a 60c stamp. Or are you planning to improve it?Hi again ppmz,
I'm very interested in this project and will probably start building a version of the interface board this weekend. But first I need to check a few things :idea: (and I'm sure other watchers will need to know these too).
Yep that's right re pin 16. Why do you need 3.3V? I used the LP2950-3.0 for good reason, so standby power loss is very low. If you plan to use the dual module to power the ATtiny, you might find it wastes a fair bit of juice when your car is switched off.I worked out that you took pin 16 from the ATtiny to pin 5 (on/off) on the LM25765 voltage regulator module (orange jumper wire in picture from your www.classiccomputing.info web site). I'll be using a dual power module (5V @ 2A & 3.3V @ 0.5A) which will constitute a 3rd board in my setup.
Not 100% right, it actually uses the RV camera Video input (pin 13), not aux. Aux video-in is a different pin isn't it?...so to get video with stereo sound the CD Changer inputs need to be commandeered. This also requires running the CD and the Aux Video at the same time, but the infotainment program in the Instrument Cluster is able to be told to do just that.
Looks right to me. The board/schematic/software has a few errors and omissions:Please, please correct any misconceptions or errors I have made in this summary.
thanx again for a great project :thumbup:.
I hope you don't mind, but I used your text to flesh out the web site, and added some details.Please, please correct any misconceptions or errors I have made in this summary!
Sorry, no patience for that.My skills with a soldering iron are not good enough to create that board, i'd be very willing to buy one from you if you fancy making another with one of those spare blank boards !!
The web page (link in the 1st post) has a bit more details now. Is something missing or not clear?Wao. Fantastic... I have Xbox 1 with xbmc. I still love it.
Any chance to detail instruction ?
:rofl: this guy has progressively gotten worse over time..sorry, I don't speak failed abortion.
Don't drive with the beeper on :lmao:Hello eveyone,
When I first purchased the 318i 04 a beeper will sound when the vehicle is in motion, whilst the handbrake is on. For one when a handbrrake is on the car shouldno run in drive. Brakes are at 90%. For a e46 318i 04 how often should the car be serviced ?. The service indicator read 18,000 km yet the car at times is ideling slightly rough, but is running like a dream after time. Can grade of fuel make a difference? I'm going to run the tank dry and then put a better grade of fuel. Is that a good idea? oil? I have a lot to learn yet will not touch at this stage and leave the car to a reputable mechanic. Unfortunatly the car has almost hit the 200,000km mark and for a 4 cyl and year 04, not too good yet the exterior has had been resprayed and apart from a very used leather the car looks not old. Can anyone please help with with some of the questions I typed in this thread. Thankyou Kindly !
Wow, strip boards are hard work. Hopefully it'll work on the first smoke-test, otherwise good luck debugging :yikes:Here's my take on the interface board, using readily available, through hole components and a pre-assembled power supply. the 3 boards will be stacked on top of each other with the 85x56mm Pi on the bottom, 65x56mm interface in the centre and the 49x32mm power board on the top.
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Yes it reads mp3/movies from SD card and USB. I haven't made any antenna connections at all.Well done ppmz. does the sd car provide movies and or via usb. What is the extra rca for,I'm led to believe you place the digital antenna the coin box,run it along the door pillar,straight to the shark fin.