Table DisplayThe Table Display is the main control window for scan tool diagnostic parameters. What you chose to list in the table display window is what the program will poll the vehicle for. Any gauges, charts or histograms opened will require the parameter to be listed in the table display for functionality.
|Insert||Insert a new PID our EIO Input|
|Delete||Delete the current PID or EIO Output|
Bytes Used and Total Bytes AllowedEach vehicle platform has a specific number of data bytes allocated for diagnostic scanning. What this means is that you can only ask for a limited amount of PIDs depending on the vehicle you are connected to. Some vehicles support 24 bytes, some support 48, and others support 56.
Logging SpeedLogging speed is dependant on the number of bytes you are logging, and the total number of bytes allowed.
|24 Byte Max||48 Byte Max|
|1-6 Bytes||20 frames/sec||40 frames/sec|
|7-12 Bytes||10 frames/sec||20 frames/sec|
|13-24 Bytes||5 frames/sec||10 frames/sec|
|25-48 Bytes||n/a||5 frames/sec|
|56 Byte Max||56 Byte Max E38/E67 ECM|
|1-7 Bytes||40 frames/sec||40 frames/sec|
|8-14 Bytes||20 frames/sec||40 frames/sec|
|15-28 Bytes||10 frames/sec||40 frames/sec|
|29-56 Bytes||5 frames/sec||20 frames/sec|
Inserting a PIDRight click the table display and select insert. You can also use the Insert and Delete keys.
Understanding the Insert ListIn the list below, Manifold Absolute Pressure (SAE) and Knock Retard are already on our table display. The list indicates that they are added with a red color. The bottom of the Insert List notes the Source of the PID, how many bytes it will use and the generic sensor it can represent.
|View table display in smallest size.|
|View table display in medium size.|
|View table display in large size.|
|View table display in extra large size.|
|Vehicle data table will appear above AUX data table.|
|AUX data table will appear above the vehicle data table. This is useful if you want to cover up the empty, lower half of the table with the chart or another display.|
|Load table display defaults.|