mark at webb-johnson.net
Mon Apr 29 14:34:58 HKT 2013
Thanks for the links.
Following on from links-to-links-to-links, and my schoolboy french:
They talk there about PIDs for SOC, speed, battery current (to see charging / discharging), range, etc. (terminology-wise, I don't think these are OBDII PIDs, but probably CAN arbitration IDs). The update from priusfan is interesting, as he's managed to query the BMU and got back a bunch of useful information.
Si vous voulez comprendre la iMiev vous devez apprendre le français.
Seems to be the bus is on standard OBDII pins, so the standard OVMS OBDII cable should work just fine. It is 500kbps, 11 bit IDs.
On 29 Apr, 2013, at 2:26 PM, Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield wrote:
> HI Matt, Thomas,
> I'd suggest at least one of you will need some form of CAN logger. Either a purpose-built device, or something that you can connect to a serial or USB port to pull date from your car?
> See the roadster logs in GitHub ;)
> I'd also recommend your read the development doc here: https://github.com/markwj/Open-Vehicle-Monitoring-System/blob/master/docs/OVMS_Development.pdf :)
> On 29 Apr 2013, at 07:22, Matt Beard <matt at beard.tv> wrote:
>> Hi, I have a C-Zero and would like OVMS support. I am currently considering buying a unit and would be able to help with development if/when I get one.
>> Matt Beard
>> On Monday, April 29, 2013, Thomas Bergo wrote:
>> As a owner of a i-Miev I'm interested in OVMS support for the i-Miev/C-Zero/iOn EV.
>> Has anyone looked into supporting those EV?
>> I'm planing to start looking into adding support for those EV. And asking for help to add a vehicle plug-in module stub for those cars, so that naming and so on is correct.
>> Best regards
>> Thomas B
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