Temperature Sensor Boards

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Galago
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In review of the Li upgrade and seeing that the temperature sensor boards
can basically be removed I was wondering if anybody knows if the ICSP connections
for the PIC are actually in-circuit. Looking at the pictures provided by MIK
in the handbook do not really shed any light in this respect. Before I pursue
re-using these boards it would be nice to know if they can be easily re-programmed.
If so I might be able to interface them with a display and provide the CANbus monitor
for volts/amps/temps that people have expressed a desire for in some threads....but
this is all predicated upon being able to reprogram them.....

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Galago
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Re: Temperature Sensor Boards

Well, ok... in this case ... is there anybody that has changed out their
ESD charger that would be willing to part with a couple of the 'extra/spare/unused'
temp sensor controller boards as sacrificial units?? Please send PM.

I see that the circuit card does have the thru-board holes for
the ICSP connector; although, the pins are absent. Usually this
means that ICSP is available but I like not to assume.

Galago
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Re: Temperature Sensor Boards

...or maybe someone parting out their bike??

Galago
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Re: Temperature Sensor Boards

Still looking for a couple of good boards....

Anyone??

Galago
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Re: Temperature Sensor Boards

Still looking for a set of Temperature Sensor boards (front and rear).
At this point I will take them as untested (working or not).
Please PM me....thanks,
Galago

Galago
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Re: Temperature Sensor Boards

Well... not exactly the way I had hoped to obtain a spare set of
sensors but I now have them.... before and after a seasons worth of
repair work...

Before_After_1.jpg

...and my Vx-1 now has a LED head light. More brightness and
half the power draw ((and NO blinking dash light - uuhh and NO STICKER either!!)...

Vx1_LED.jpg

.. ya it may weigh a tad bit more than the original, including all
the adapter plates/brackets, but I have lost 20 pounds
during the recovery period which more than makes up for the
additional infrastructure gain. Enjoy! ...and ride safe.
Galago

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