Very cool. You are, I think, the first from the production batch. Glad the shipping wasn't too messed up.
The picture will be helpful for those others who require that jumper.
"Error: TPMS IDs could not be read from the vehicle (or not implemented)"
Yeah, I had already tried both ignition positions "I" and "II" but to no avail Adding a photo of my copycat solder job for comparison to yours @Nvbob (see below). Pretty certain I have the correct pins jumped.
Everything else on the OVMS app works as expected from before I added the TPMS module. Are there any other SMS commands I should try to see if there are bigger problems? Sorry, still an OVMS n00b and could use as much help as I can get, thx.
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I just tried issuing a number of basic SMS commands (see photo below) and got the same "Unrecognised command" for all fo them so I think I have bigger problems... or I've missed a simple setting somewhere... or worse?
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I need help with the tpms write' command.
This worked thx (see below)!Your SMS commands, try using lower case and put a space between the commands and the question mark (module ?, server ?, etc.). Use the "help" command to get a quick help. Use the "?" to get a full list of commands available.
Confirming this was set accordingly, thx.The "Feature 15 1" is a feature setting - In the OVMS app on your phone, go to "settings" (at the bottom right), touch the right arrow next to your vehicle, touch "control" at the very top right, select "Features", scroll down to "#15: CAN Write", touch the "#15: CAN Write" and change the value to "1".
Mark, thanks so much! Exactly what I needed to know.The new TPMS subsystem in OVMS works off the concept of 'tyre sets'. You can read into a set with:
tpms read summer
(for a set called 'summer'). If you don't specify the set name, 'tpms read' will simply show you the IDs (and not save them in a set).
You can also manually define sets with
tpms write winter 11111111 22222222 33333333 44444444
You'll need to drop by a garage with a TPMS tool to get the values for those IDs.
The order of IDs is vehicle dependent. For Tesla Roadster 2.x it is FL, FR, RL, RR.
You can write back IDs with:
tpms write winter
(for a set called 'winter').
The 'tpms list' command will show you what sets you have defined.