Tesla Model 3 + HAM Radio antenna

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DIAMOND K400CNMO Trunk/Hatchback Mount

NR770HNMO Dualband Mobile Antenna

  • Bands: 2m/70cm
  • Gain dBi: 3.0/5.5
  • Watts: 200
  • Height: 38.2″
  • Mount: NMO
  • Element Phasing: 1-1/2 Lambda, 2-5/8 Lambda

Antenna is installed on right side of car connect to trunk edge via K400.

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Cable is routed as follow:

  1. Under the moving part of trunk toward front of car (photo #1)
  2. U turn back down to bottom of fixed part around the rubber insulation used to protect wiring in the truck (photo #2 and #3)
  3. Inside trunk and stick on top of it to avoid any hanging (photo #4 and #5)
  4. Move down following the back of right seat and around the seating part (photo #6, #7 and #8)
  5. Under all weather floor mat to the area between central console and front passenger seat (photo #9 and #10)

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If you want to route the cable completely hidden, you will need a Diamond C110 extension cord and follow this video on how to tear down your Model 3:

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TYT TH-9800 and HAM Radio Go-Kit

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TYT Official

Power Distribution

Antenna

Programming Software

Firmware Options

  • Turn off radio via normal power button
  • Press left LOW button AND power button, to enter firmware mode
  • Radio will boot in firmware mode: “F1 – SETMOD RESET” on display
    • Press A = MAIN UPDATE
    • Press B = PANEL UPDATE
    • Press F = RF Test mode
    • Press Set = Reset radio settings (keep channels memory)
  • Left/Right Dial scroll, switch between mode =
    • F1 = SETMOD RESET
    • F2 = HYPER RESET
    • F3 = MEMORY RESET
    • F4 = ALL RESET
    • F5 = M_ONLY MODE

MAIN UPDATE mode is used to fix TYT TH-9800 Firmware Update “Busy Lock” which requires a full firmware update.

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XMR on Azure – 10/18 Fork update

Based on Mining with Azure Batch

Main folders

# Azure Batch startup script location
cd /mnt/batch/tasks/startup/wd

# xmr-stack bin folder
cd /mnt/batch/tasks/startup/wd/xmr-stak/build/bin

You need to update pools.txt:

"pool_list" :
[
	{"pool_address" : "pool.minexmr.com:7777", "wallet_address" : "<Monero_Wallet>", "rig_id" : "", "pool_password" : "x", "use_nicehash" : false, "use_tls" : false, "tls_fingerprint" : "", "pool_weight" : 1 },
],
"currency" : "monero",

Tesla Model 3 – All-Weather Mats

Model 3 All-Weather Cargo Mats

Frunk

Model 3 All-Weather Cargo Mat Frunk

Trunk

Model 3 All-Weather Cargo Mat Trunk

https://shop.tesla.com/us/en/product/vehicle-accessories/model-3-all-weather-cargo-mats.html

3D MAXpider Floor Liners, (2) Front Seats, (1) Rear Seat All Weather Mats

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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07D9GMYG8/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Tesla Model 3 – Schedule Your Tesla Delivery Date

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It’s time to get behind the wheel of the most incredible vehicle! Your Model 3 will soon be ready. Your pick-up location will be at our Bellevue-20th Street location.
Your Model 3 will be available between Tuesday, September 25 through Tuesday, October 2.
Please reply with the day (or days) that will work best for you and if morning or afternoons are best for you. (All  registrants must be present at delivery)
Once you are scheduled, you will be contacted to coordinate paperwork. In the meantime please complete the rest of your online profile, if you haven’t already.
Your delivery appointment has been scheduled for Saturday, September 29 @ 2:00 PM at our Bellevue-20th Street delivery center

Tesla Powerwall 2 – API interface

Meters / Power output stats

Calling the below URLs does not require authentication. Each will return JSON output with key-value pairs:

GET /api/meters/aggregates

request: curl http://192.168.xxx.xxx/api/meters/aggregates

Full list of discovered APIs – Summary:

 

  • BatterySOC = “/api/system_status/soe”;
  • MeterAggregates = “/api/meters/aggregates”;
  • CustomerRegistration = “/api/customer/registration”;
  • PowerWalls = “/api/powerwalls”;
  • ConnectionStatus = “/api/sitemaster”;
  • Version = “/api/status”;

 

Application

It includes a script which gets the SoC from the gateway, writes the value to a RRD file and an example graph that can be created from the RRD.
http://www.bowmill.net/examples/example.zip

Unpack it to c:\example or change the paths in the script.

createsocrrd.bat will create an rrd db called soc.rrd with one variable socpct
readsoc.ps1 needs to be modified to your GW address and will write the soc value to soc.rrd and after running the PS for a while …
graphit.bat will run rrdtool graph and (hopefully) create soc.png – a 4 hr graph of the soc value.

It uses RRDtool https://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/ Full details of parameters can be found on his site.

If this is your first time running PS scripts on your Windows machine you may have to modify the default execution policy – running Powershell ISE as an admin task and entering Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned should be sufficient but here Google is your friend.

 

 

Application / Implementation

Sources