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  1. Hi I have crawled through github and a few forums and has found a few changes I think should be made to what is sent to the server. Link to my github where the csv files can be found updated with all the pids I have found from different resources: Link to Krolow's Github These files are needed for Torque to have the right pids to sent to ABRP: 002, 003, 004, 005, 006 and ABRP For ease of use I have also made a combined only the necessary pids into a single file file that has all of these for new installers: ABRP_Only Updated: 000_HV_Charging, To correctly flag if charging or not without the workaround used before Updated: !_ABRP_Fast_Charging, Changed back to refer to value of 000_HV_Charging since it's now working correctly again When Torque sends the log this sensor has pid: ec3d7f Added: 003_VMCU Real Vehicle Speed, to show the actual real speed, should be same as GPS speed Added: !_ABRP_VMCU Real Vehicle Speed, We now have a known pid for this and I saw that for Ioniq this is monitored. Would make the GPS speed no longer needed. When Torque sends the log this sensor has pid: ee4ea0 Added: !_ABRP_Cumulative Energy Charged, We have a known pid for this and I saw that for Ioniq this is monitored. When Torque sends the log this sensor has pid: e38077 Added: !_ABRP_Cumulative Energy Discharged, We have a known pid for this and I saw that for Ioniq this is monitored. When Torque sends the log this sensor has pid: e22958 Added: !_ABRP_Battery Temperature, We have a known pid for this and I saw that it is monitored on other cars. When Torque sends the log this sensor has pid: e90ea2 (Seems ABRP already understands this one since i can see it in the app) Any thoughts on my changes and why some/all of them should or should not be used are much appreciated
  2. It seems the value calculated by Torque's 000_HV_Charging PID doesn't match the charging state of the car and it is always 1. Because of this, the trips are recorded as charging sessions. The current equation expression used is {J:7}. J index value is 83 or 80 regardless of the charging state. Seems to be correlated to some other car states. I've noticed the 4 bytes before J(FGHI) are 00000000 while not charging and some values like 1076014A or 107600E6 while AC charging. So I changed the PID expression to {F:4} which so far seems to match the charging state. I will do more tests to validate it.
  3. It appears that EA might do away with its tiered time-based rate structure and transition to per kWh pricing. https://insideevs.com/news/423141/electrify-america-exclusive-interview-pay-by-kwh/ Hopefully, this will be a better resolution to the current issues with EA & the Kona/Niro than their current stopgap "Kona plan"! (The Kona/Niro are capable of charging at a couple kW above a price tier break, but rarely do so in real life. But the charge based the time you're there at a rate based on what a car is capable of rather than what it actually draws!)
  4. Where are you from? Washington, DC What car do you drive? 2020 Hyundai Kona EV Ultimate What's the longest trip you've taken in your EV? So far, the 20 mi drive home from the dealer! I already have a bluetooth OBD Link dongle, so I'm happy to set up live data. But my device is about 10 years old, I hope I can get it set up and working! I've started perusing the forums and blog, but haven't quite figured out how to yet. I've seen threads mention LeafSpy, EVNotify, and Torque Pro. Which app works the best? Thanks! Billy
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