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* [ Development Discussion] at Prius Chat [ yahoo] ( [ Lost Thread], [ C1] [ C2] )
* [ Development Discussion] at Prius Chat [ yahoo] ( [ Lost Thread], [ C1] [ C2] )
* [ unrelated hardware level display hijacking]
* [ unrelated hardware level display hijacking]
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'''Additional accessories'''<br>
'''Additional accessories'''<br>

Revision as of 06:36, 23 March 2006

This page addresses user interface and State Of Charge Manipulation management device options for Prius PHEV conversions. Such a device would need to be capable of executing logic similar to this Prius PHEV Pseudo Code. Though an actuall Interface or display may not be required so long as the SOC manipulation is handled properly, such an interface is still desireable because it provides the user with feedback and might also allow for user interaction and configuration. Conversly a management device may not be required to perform SOC Manipulation functions with certain conversion methods though the data they provide about the vehicles opperation may still be valuable.

CAN-View Scanner

One of the graph screens
See the Official Website

This is a MFD Integrated CAN Scanner, named CAN-View.
The Official Website is


Additional accessories
These additional features are supported by the 2nd version of the CAN-View, some require additional hardware.

outputs composite NTSC video via the CAN-View.
A VAIS iPod interface might be desirable for audio.

My CAN Project

Vass Software on the left

OK, not "My" Can Project, but some very nice software none the less.

May Required Linux and all that that entails
Open Source courtesy of Attila Vass!

Other CAN scanners