firmware and source files
This is just the bare 4-layer PCB. The parts list and schematic and everything else you need for assembly are here.
July 11, 2019, 11:43 a.m.
It seems the MC33660 is still widly available on the web:http://www.obd2-shop.eu/mc33660-p-229.html?language=enhttps://eu.mouser.com/NXP/Interface-Specialized/MC33660-Series/_/N-1z0zl8bZ45lrcZ1yy1asuNot an expert though, just really interested as I recently found out about openOBC...
April 5, 2019, 2:33 a.m.
I’m very hopeful that you can find a solve to the current issue. I started looking at the open OBC about 2 years ago and from what I could tell the website seemed outdated. So naturally I assumed that this project was dead long ago. Now though seeing a response to someone’s comment in 2019! I’m excited to see what the near future might possibly hold for the open OBC.
March 3, 2019, 12:24 p.m.
Is it possible to still order the fully assembled devboard? I'd really like to order one!
March 15, 2019, 12:31 a.m.
That's a good question and I've been meaning to do a blog post about it but I haven't found the time yet.Basically the situation is that the iso9141 driver used for the diagnostic bus communications isn't being sold anymore and the design needs to be updated to use a different driver. I think I've found a suitable driver but I haven't found the time to confirm it and update the design.The old driver is MC33660 and the new driver is L9637. Unfortunately the pinouts are different so the design needs a small update to the layout. It's terrible that such a minor thing can halt a design but this is the way things are I guess. Open hardware is meant to combat against this but we still aren't quite yet to a point where it's as easy for one to make a patch for hardware as conveniently as one can make a patch for software.I'm really sorry about this as I feel like I've fallen down on my duties here, but real life seems to conspire against all the coolest projects and I haven't found the magic bullet to combat that yet.