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New and updated PIDS for ABRP logging to server


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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, 005006 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
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We don't actually use the 'cumulative energy discharged' parameter for anything, but I've added the rest of them to supported.   We also have support for odometer readings if that exists.  The full list of supported data can be found here:

https://documenter.getpostman.com/view/7396339/SWTK5a8w?version=latest

If you want to look through to find more PIDs which would be useful.  I've also redirected the setup instructions to your download file.

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Since 'Cumulative energy discharged' is not used have removed it from ABRP and the ABRP_only file
We do have odometer pid in 006 file so I have added it to ABRP and ABRP_only files.

The files linked are now updated!

 

  • !_ABRP_Display Odometer
    When Torque sends the log this sensor has pid: ec5a94
    Do let me know if you want me to name it something other for consistency with other cars or such 



 

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@Jason (ABRP) I started thinking yesterday, are there any benefits or drawbacks of sending both GPS speed and Real Vehicle Speed to the server?
I have checked and they are showing equal speed but the Real Vehicle Speed is of course a bit faster to update changes and is also working in tunnels so in my mind it would be the better choice of the two. 
 

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Not really, real vehicle speed is good, and when you're running ABRP on your phone we compare the phone GPS data to the vehicle speed to calibrate it, but we don't compare Torque's GPS speed to the OBD speed.  The OBD speed can be wrong, due to sensor errors, or tire diameter, etc, so we calibrate that to get true speed.

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