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The ultimate bench programming station

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The ultimate bench programming station. The station stays the same, only cords will be changed depending on device. Will do almost all protocols including ALDL, stay tuned :punk: Can use a battery input instead of the wall wart, if desired, via a jumper change.
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Re: The ultimate bench programming station

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[05:11:45:530] PCM Hammer 014
[05:11:46:295] AVT 852 Reset OK
[05:11:46:310] AVT Firmware 1.1
[05:11:46:935] This version of PCM Hammer is obsolete! Please get the latest release from https://github.com/LegacyNsfw/PcmHacks/releases

[05:14:18:018] Will save to C:\blah blah blah
[05:14:20:962] Querying operating system of current PCM.
[05:14:21:091] OSID: 12208322
[05:14:22:358] Unlock succeeded.
[05:14:22:428] Attempting switch to VPW 4x
[05:14:22:458] Module 0x10 (engine controller) has agreed to enter high-speed mode.
[05:14:25:618] Requesting permission to upload kernel.
[05:14:25:648] Upload permission granted.
[05:14:26:518] Kernel upload 48% complete.
[05:14:27:458] Kernel upload 100% complete.
[05:14:27:728] Kernel Version: 010301BB
[05:14:27:728] kernel uploaded to PCM succesfully. Requesting data...
[05:14:27:798] Flash chip: Intel 28F400B, 512kb
[05:14:27:798] Address % Done Time Remaining
[05:14:28:830] 0x000000 0% Measuring read speed...
[05:14:29:840] 0x001000 0% Measuring read speed...
[05:14:30:830] 0x002000 1% Measuring read speed...
[05:14:31:860] 0x003000 2% Measuring read speed...
[05:14:32:860] 0x004000 3% Measuring read speed...
[05:14:33:870] 0x005000 3% Measuring read speed...
[05:14:34:860] 0x006000 4% Measuring read speed...
[05:14:35:870] 0x007000 5% Measuring read speed...
[05:14:36:890] 0x008000 6% Measuring read speed...
[05:14:37:910] 0x009000 7% 02:13
[05:14:38:910] 0x00A000 7% 02:10
[05:14:39:930] 0x00B000 8% 02:08

[05:16:30:418] 0x076000 92% 00:10
[05:16:31:468] 0x077000 92% 00:09
[05:16:32:528] 0x078000 93% 00:08
[05:16:33:548] 0x079000 94% 00:07
[05:16:34:598] 0x07A000 95% 00:06
[05:16:35:638] 0x07B000 96% 00:05
[05:16:36:658] 0x07C000 96% 00:04
[05:16:37:688] 0x07D000 97% 00:03
[05:16:38:728] 0x07E000 98% 00:02
[05:16:39:756] 0x07F000 99% 00:01
[05:16:39:791] Read complete.
[05:16:39:818] All read-request messages succeeded on the first try. You have an excellent connection to the PCM.
[05:16:39:848] We're not sure how much retrying is normal for a read operation on a 512kb PCM.
[05:16:39:876] Please help by sharing your results in the PCM Hammer thread at pcmhacking.net.
[05:16:39:901] Starting verification...
[05:16:39:930] Calculating CRCs from file...
[05:16:39:971] Requesting CRCs from PCM...
[05:16:40:095] Range File CRC PCM CRC Verdict Purpose
[05:16:42:494] 060000-07FFFF D5119D18 D5119D18 Same OperatingSystem
[05:16:44:914] 040000-05FFFF EDBD6276 EDBD6276 Same OperatingSystem
[05:16:47:314] 020000-03FFFF B98BA561 B98BA561 Same OperatingSystem
[05:16:49:154] 008000-01FFFF 44AF878F 44AF878F Same Calibration
[05:16:49:454] 006000-007FFF 9734899C 9734899C Same Parameter
[05:16:49:764] 004000-005FFF 85B5BB36 85B5BB36 Same Parameter
[05:16:50:194] 000000-003FFF 023488D6 023488D6 Same Boot
[05:16:50:264] The contents of the file match the contents of the PCM.
[05:16:50:344] Clearing trouble codes.
[05:16:51:594] Clearing trouble codes.
[05:16:52:714] Elapsed time 00:02:30.3463096
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Awesome job mate. I will be certainly watching this thread :thumbup:
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Thanks bro, the price will be RIGHT for hobbiest as well as pro's ... right now it's looking like $199.95 US, includes the extruded 2 piece enclosure with wall wart 1a power supply and also base price includes the common p01/p59/p04/e54 diesel etc type blue connector. Then if you need mefi, LT1 obd1 and 2, e38, e39, e40, e67, e78, e92 or whatever, those cables will be as reasonable as I can provide too. I also have "universal" ends so you can make up whatever you want for whatever 'puter. I am pretty excited, it's been a road. :wall: :thumbup:
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Nice! I will be interested once they are for sale :thumbup:
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Re: The ultimate bench programming station

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Dude, that is so awesome, looks real good!

I notice the db9->DLC cable is pretty short, do you have longer ones available ??
Not a big deal, just curious.
In-Tech wrote:[05:11:45:530] PCM Hammer 014
Ummm, bit behind are we ... :P
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Re: The ultimate bench programming station

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Gampy wrote:Dude, that is so awesome, looks real good!

I notice the db9->DLC cable is pretty short, do you have longer ones available ??
Not a big deal, just curious.
In-Tech wrote:[05:11:45:530] PCM Hammer 014
Ummm, bit behind are we ... :P
Hiya Gampy, and thanks.
They are db15, one is vga(3 row) and the other is standard 2 row db15. I managed to get almost all of the protocols including K line and L line, CAN and of course the junk Ford crap :lol: and the FEPS is setup to tell you (via LED) if your device already does the 18v trigger for programming, if not, flip the FEPS switch(circuit protected via a diode) .

I don't like the 6' cables on a bench setup so I kept it shorter is all for now. Custom cables are weird and pricey(that was a friggin project), If I had your kinda money I could do anything :mrgreen:
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Re: The ultimate bench programming station

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Gampy wrote:
In-Tech wrote:[05:11:45:530] PCM Hammer 014
Ummm, bit behind are we ... :P
I did get the nag that said I was riding the short bus. I downloaded, I think, v18 but it didn't have a .exe so I left well enough alone. It was plenty early enough this morning that I didn't feel like assembling anything ;)
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Gampy wrote:Dude, that is so awesome, looks real good!
Shit yeah gampy! I’m looking forward to this one.
Due to life crap I don’t have a setup anymore,but now looking to setup again. This is coming along at the right time. :thumbup:
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Mine is more sophisticated ... :roll:
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It's got built in cross talk and accidental disconnects!
Not to mention proper color coding!
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