[Ovmsdev] Add ChaDeMo and CSS to car_chargemode
Nikki at littlecollie.com
Wed Dec 9 03:07:42 HKT 2015
Charge type would become important if you were automatically sending charge
session data back (anonymously) to the OCM database…
On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 10:46 AM, Tom Saxton <tom at idleloop.com> wrote:
> The chargemode currently encodes software charging profiles, based on what
> the Roadster offers. It's similar to what the early Leafs offered, charging
> to full or charge to 80%, but more complex setting both a charging limit
> and target battery temperature ranges.
> What you are proposing adding is to encode the charging connection type,
> which is a different kind of thing, orthogonal to the car's chosen charging
> A Roadster can charge in any of the four profiles from either a Level 1
> connection (120V, 12A to 16A) or Level 2 (208V to 240V at up to 70A), for
> example Standard mode on Level 1 or Range mode on Level 2. So, you can't
> encode both a charging profile and a connection type with a single number.
> A Leaf is similar in how those two interact.
> To me, the interesting thing is more the charge rate (V/A or kW) more than
> which connector my car uses. I don't need OVMS to tell me how I plugged in,
> but I do care about knowing how fast it's charging.
> On 12/8/15, 10:19 AM, "Geir Øyvind Vælidalo" <
> ovmsdev-bounces at lists.teslaclub.hk on behalf of geir at validalo.net> wrote:
> >Hi guys,
> >I would like to have ChaDeMo and CSS added to car_chargemode, and maybe
> Type 1 and Type 2 too. Then we can display those names in the apps and
> maybe even add images for those charge plugs.
> >I would propose this:
> >0x00 - Standard
> >0x01 - Storage
> >0x02 - ???
> >0x03 - Range
> >0x04 - Performance
> >0x05 - ChaDeMo
> >0x06 - CSS
> >0x07 - J1772 Type 1
> >0x08 - Mennekes Type 2
> >What to you guys think? Would it be problematic for the server and/or
> apps if suddenly the Kia Souls stated sending chargemode 0x05?
> >Best regards,
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> >OvmsDev at lists.teslaclub.hk
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