After a very full weekend of sitting at my computer and occasionally cursing loudly, I have finished the entire EAS communications protocol.  There was however, one casuality in the process. It turns out, that a fully charged battery can not power a laptop for more than a few hours. I completely discharged my battery. So it is now on the charger.

Awesome, I am thrilled. Looks like I may have to fork up the cash for a new battery.


I have completed the process of integrating the MKIII EAS communications protocol into a hand held microprocessor device. The functionality of the new MKIII EAS Activate Tool will be almost identical to the EAS Buddy and the ABS Amigo. The new tool, EAS Activate (Name Pending), will read and clear the stored MKIII EAS Faults.

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