thomas.bergo at gmail.com
Wed Oct 30 18:24:53 HKT 2013
Please report back when you have done some testing on the QC.
If the car report 0A while QC, the current code will not detect that we are
charging. So then we need to rely on the estimated range reported as 255 to
detecting that the car is QC.
2013/10/30 Matt Beard OVMS <smvo at mxf.org.uk>
> Hi Thomas,
> During QC you don't get valid values reported in 0x389 - it seems to be
> constant 255V, 0A during QC.
> My code is relying on the fact that the estimated range only ever seems to
> be reported as 255 during QC (except for the first few messages at startup,
> but those are easy to filter out). In my testing so far this seems to work
> for detecting the start and end of QC. I am going to be doing 3 more tests
> today with my latest code and will report back later.
> On 27 October 2013 20:13, Thomas Bergo <thomas.bergo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Matt
>> I have started to look into the QC code. And i have one concern.
>> Have you seen if the voltage and charging current (PID 0x389) is reported
>> during QC?
>> If not, we are not able to detect that the car is charging during QC with
>> current code.
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