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i am using Podium with AIM SOLO & SOLO2.
Unfortunatery , i can see only limited CAN signal along SmartyCom Stream.
i want to see other signal that CAN mapping.
If possible , could you tell me how to setting (hard & soft)?

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Hello,

Our RaceCapture and PodiumConnect system has a 2nd CAN bus which can be used for other purposes.

The first CAN bus connects to the primary CAN network for AIM, and then the 2nd CAN bus can be used to talk to other CAN bus networks, such as ECU or other sensors.

We have information here on how to map CAN data on the 2nd CAN bus.
https://wiki.autosportlabs.com/CAN_Bus_Integration

Hope this helps!


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Hello brentp ,

Thank you for your advice.

In this case , Do i need add some source to Lua?

If yes , could you tell me how to add source ?

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Hi,

You do not need to write any Lua code for mapping CAN channels - simply use the easy UI for defining channels. We have it documented here: https://wiki.autosportlabs.com/CAN_Bus_Integration#Mapping_CAN_data_to_channels

Thank you,


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Hello Brentp-san,

i could directly see CAN mapping data for 1 or 2 length(1(8bit) or 2(16bit) byte).

i want to see except 1 or 2 length.
For example 1 bit type and 12 bit type.

You can see attached file.

Could you tell me how to set them?

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Hi,

See the Bit mode note in the CAN mapping documentation here:
https://wiki.autosportlabs.com/CAN_Bus_Integration#Defining_the_mapping

You will be able to map a channel with values < 8 bits that way.

Let us know how it works!


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Hello ,

Of course i tried to along this document.
But i did not get positive result.

Could you tell me more detail.

If check the Bit Mode , how to input Offset and Length in A and B case.

( For example , A case Offset= ? Length=1 .

B case Offset=? Length=12 . )

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When it Bit mode, the offsets are in bits (0-63), and the lengths are in bits as well.

I would try the following:

Case A: Offset 2, Length 1
Case B: Offset 16, Length 12


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Hello,

i try to input some value.
i had negative result.
Probably i understood RC mapping rule for bit mode.

One thing , regarding your advice about below.

>Case A: Offset 2, Length 1

i think Offset is 6.
Which is correct?

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Well, there is a little "2" in the lower right corner of that box that represents the bit number. I would say (and I did say) it would be 2.

But you have the case to test.

Which one works?


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Hello Ferg-san,

Thank you for quickly reply.

Actually , i try to other vehicle.
i attached 2 mapping. One was done, other is not....

i think this case can ignor little endian and big endian.

In this case i could see signal.

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In this case , could not see signal.

But i think mapping will simuler before case.

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