I noticed from my site stats that someone came via that link to my site and I was curious to find out what was the topic.
Yes, RaceDAC is very easy to connect via BlueTooth. And always when RDAC is on, it feeds the data automatically, no handshakes or other extra protocol needed. I.e. it work the same way as for example any GPS-BT-receiver does. Just connect the BT and you get the data from COM port.
The reason why it has BT; is Mobile phones. Easy to connect.
(To Kasperi; it really is a standard BT Serial Port.)
And RaceDAC firmware is also open source. So you can do what ever you like with it.
Anyhow, if you have more questions in your mind, reply to this thread or send them via email.
Im far from up to speed with the rpi but am i right to believe that one of these will be easily connectable via bluetooth?
I want to be able to record rpm, steering angle, wheel speed, lateral/longitudinal accel, pedal positions etc. at 100hz. Do some analysis on the fly in the rpi and light some leds depending on the inputs.
Can anyone point me in the right direction of what I'll be needing to do?