At this point, there are several CAN loggers available (TM-Spy, lolachampcar’s logger, obrien28’s Beaglebone Black, and CANtact to name a few). None of them provided quite what I was looking for so I created my own. I’ll be documenting the project here so others can follow along. Features: Powertrain CAN3 interface and logging Optimized for output through HTTP/CGI Advantages: Powered directly by 12 V line on the connector Wifi capability on the Pi 3 allows me to access over home network, remotely (VPN), or while on the go through an in-car hotspot Robustness. Eventually I plan to interface the logging with my server DB through a web based API You will need: Raspberry Pi 3 PiCAN2 shield with DC DC converter (priced below Evenchick's CANtact) CAN3 to DB9 connector (FastTech, OVMS cable) Setup: Connect everything together and follow the online setup procedure for PiCAN2. Install python can. Install apache2 and configure for CGI. Place python scripts (downloaded from Github) in cgi-bin. Design a simple interface. You can copy mine – easy enough to replicate with screenshots below, otherwise create your own UI. Misc. notes: Vampire draw is not appreciably altered. Idle power consumption 1-2 watts. My car still sleeps like a beauty for 8-10 hours before waking to recharge the 12 V. This is a normal sleep cycle. Still having issues with the in-car hotspot so I had to make the graph in my driveway. Granny acceleration wasn’t very exciting, but I did it mostly as a test to see if it could keep up with the frame rates. I measured 1700 fps in my single motor and had no issues. Github (apach3guy) apach3guy · GitHub Disclaimer: Note that this project provided me with my first experience coding in Python… and also my first experience interfacing with a Controller Area Network. I am far from fluent in any coding language. So yes, I’m sure there are bugs and issues will crop up (especially with signed integers), but it is tested and working on my setup. Thanks go to wk057 and obrien28 for providing the bulk of the framework.