[Ovmsdev] Kia Soul EV version 0.1
mark at webb-johnson.net
Sat Oct 31 21:36:28 HKT 2015
Probably easiest to start with this checklist:
If you can’t get it working, then send the results of the last few SMS messages to support at openvehicles.com.
If you’re not getting past green 9 blinks, then that means it can’t detect the SIM. Try cleaning the contacts on the sim and tray, and then triple-checking it is inserted correctly and cleanly.
Here are the codes:
// LED MODES
#define NET_LED_WAKEUP 10 // Attempting to wake up the modem
#define NET_LED_INITSIM1 9 // Checking SIM card insertion status
#define NET_LED_INITSIM2 8 // Checking SIM card PIN status
#define NET_LED_INITSIM3 7 // Initialising modem
#define NET_LED_COPS 6 // COPS initialisation
#define NET_LED_NETINIT 5 // GPRS NET initialisation
#define NET_LED_NETAPNOK 4 // GPRS APN is OK, final init
#define NET_LED_NETCALL 3 // GPRS Network call
#define NET_LED_READY 2 // READY state
#define NET_LED_READYGPRS 1 // READY GPRS state
// LED ERRORS
#define NET_LED_ERRLOSTSIG 1 // Lost signal
#define NET_LED_ERRMODEM 2 // Problem communicating with modem
#define NET_LED_ERRSIM1 3 // SIM is not inserted/detected
#define NET_LED_ERRSIM2 4 // PIN lock on the SIM
#define NET_LED_ERRCOPS 6 // COPS GSM lock could not be obtained
#define NET_LED_ERRGPRSRETRY 7 // Error (maybe temp) during GPRS init
#define NET_LED_ERRGPRSFAIL 8 // GPRS NET INIT failed
#define NET_LED_ERRCONNFAIL 9 // GPRS TCP CONNECT failed
#define NET_LED_ERRDIAGMODE 10 // DIAGNOSTIC mode
> On 31 Oct 2015, at 9:16 PM, Robert Cotran <robert at cotran.ca> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm replying to Micheal Balzer's email from yesterday. I wasn't on the mailing list until late yesterday afternoon, hence I'm not able to click reply.
> I've got a Kia Soul EV 2016 in Canada which doesn't have the UVO services, so this is of great interest to me.
> I have the OVMS kit in front of me, but I'm a total newbie, so I'm reading through some guides to get started.
> Just wanted to say that I'll gladly be the guinea pig for this.
> What I'd REALLY like is to have a way to remotely turn on the climate control system to warm up/cool down the car at will. Hopefully that's a remote possibility. Tracking it is cool, but controlling it is even better. I'm used to a Tesla (my other car), so I am quite spoiled.
> I did get Micheal's firmware installed on the OVMS and hooked it up to the car but it's not booting properly (based on status LEDs). Can that be because of the firmware or is the bootup sequence separate from the car-control code?
> The LEDs flash like - 10 Green, 9 Green, 10 Green, 9 Green, then a few reds, then green and red flash together really fast.
> I tried sending text messages to the board and no dice.
> Any help would be appreciated, looking forward to getting this working!
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