I remembered after posting that W8 was really the start of OSs for touchscreen devices.Brian_H wrote: ↑Mon Oct 05, 2020 8:39 pmYou'd probabbly struggle to get XP to run on a tablet, good chance even if you managed to get it installed, that there might not be any drivers for the touchscreen for XP. Windows 7 a bit better bet, but most started out on windows 8, and theres little difference between 8 and 10 really for that sort of stuff, if it works on one it would work on the other in most cases.
I don't really feel inclined to be changing OS systems - it's really not my domain!
Not the gauge but the ability to monitor O2 sensor and actuator in real time while driving without having to look so far away from the dash as I still have a lot of calibration work to do. Rather than specific test drives, I want something that can be read during all journeys in the truck.Brian_H wrote: ↑Mon Oct 05, 2020 8:39 pmSwapping the ECU out whilst possible, is probabbly not a sensible way to tackle the problem of the level sender not working as well as you'd like. Several are available here > https://tinleytech.co.uk/product-catego ... l-systems/ though I've no idea if the software for any of them is better than what you've already got, I'd suspect not though most of them use the same software with some different code to work with each version of the AEB175 (its the same software underneath, just you need the version that matches what you've got fitted).
As G alluded, changing the LPG ECU wont achieve much so the existing one stays.
Something smaller, lighter, and runs from 5V is the aim.Brian_H wrote: ↑Mon Oct 05, 2020 8:39 pmIf your only looking to do it short term and the battery at least works a bit, then the laptop you've got and and inverter would be a possible option? First example that comes to hand being this
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eono-Essential ... 732&sr=8-5