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Shield or the Standalone.

They both have a 1watt 60ohm resistor across the High and Low. But that's it.

The standalone, it's R14, the SMD component bridging the 2 traces connected to 1 / 9 on the pinout.
The shield, it's R6, the gigantic resistor next to the pinouts.

I found it necessary to make canbus communication work.

If you're looking to setup some canbus communication, you need to brush up on the can library.

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void read_can_data(unsigned long id, byte length) {
  if (CAN1.msgAvailable() == true) {, &length, can_data);
    // 419,415,298 = 0x18FFC502 is turbo output
    // 419,367,426 = 0x18FF0A02 is no idea
    can_id = id;
    if (can_id == 419415298) {
      can_timeout = 0;
      memcpy(turbo_flags, can_data, 8);
      turbo_position = (turbo_flags[2] << 8) + turbo_flags[1];
      turbo_temp = turbo_flags[3];
      turbo_cmd_position = (turbo_flags[6] << 8) + turbo_flags[5];
      turbo_feedback = (turbo_flags[7] / 127.0) * 100;
    } else {
  } else {

It listens to the entire canbus network it is connected to. Technically you could connect it to your vehicles bus and spy on stuff.
Termination resistor for what?

The 120 ohm CAN bus termination resistor.  Does the LBB have one?  I'm assuming it would need one, correct? 
Termination resistor for what?
Hardware / Termination Resistor and source address for multi-node CAN network
« Last post by anothernord on June 25, 2018, 02:29:19 PM »
I'm working on integrating the LBB into a system that uses this very cool standalone ECU for the Mercedes OM606 engine

I'd like to remove the terminating resistor on the LBB, but I can't find it.  I'm still learning here so maybe I'm missing something obvious

Also, is there a way to change the  source address of the LBB?  Or is that hard-coded into the Arduino CAN library or something?

Thanks in advance. 
General Discussion / Re: Actuator calibration
« Last post by hakcenter on June 13, 2018, 11:35:39 PM »
Pretty much. Calibration is weird, if you notice that you're not really getting full extension one way or the other, the calibration will help reset the zero.
General Discussion / Re: Actuator calibration
« Last post by 2008dodge6.7 on June 13, 2018, 03:42:36 PM »
Is it already in the box and you just use the app to calibrate once you take it off then calibrate and put it back on?
General Discussion / Re: Actuator calibration
« Last post by hakcenter on June 13, 2018, 06:45:45 AM »
There is a calibration command, yes.
General Discussion / Actuator calibration
« Last post by 2008dodge6.7 on June 12, 2018, 08:58:55 PM »
Does this thing calibrate new actuators? I'm very new to these turbos so you will have to work with me  :D
v1.0 - v1.1 / Re: CAN commands to a new HE351 actuator?
« Last post by hakcenter on June 12, 2018, 07:50:35 PM »
That's a 300VG unit ? half moon connector ?

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v1.0 - v1.1 / CAN commands to a new HE351 actuator?
« Last post by JasonG on June 12, 2018, 05:59:05 PM »
I am trying to pass commands to a new HE351VE actuator. Cummins part # is 4034315HX. I am having zero luck so far. This actuator has a plug on the unit with a pigtail connection. My old actuator did not and I had no trouble passing commands to it. Curious if I needed to change the address from 0x0CFFC600?
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