[Ovmsdev] How to start supporting a new vehicle

Thomas Stinner me at stinnux.de
Sun Jan 7 04:38:55 HKT 2018

Hi Geir,

thanks for your reply.

if you have the developer guide at hand i would be thankful if you can send it to me, so i do not need to search. 

Thanks for the spreadsheet. I have also found https://github.com/stinnux/OBD-PIDs-for-HKMC-EVs/tree/master/Ioniq%20EV <https://github.com/stinnux/OBD-PIDs-for-HKMC-EVs/tree/master/Ioniq%20EV> which contains some stuff also. 

I will probably first use Torque Pro and an OBD Dongle to find the necessary information, or is there a better tool to reverse engineer? Not necessary for android, i would prefer linux or mac os, but i would also use windows if required. 

Do you have the Kia Soul EV?


> Am 06.01.2018 um 17:44 schrieb Geir Øyvind Vælidalo <geir at validalo.net>:
> Hi Thomas,
> There is a developer guide. I can send it to you if you can't find it in the mailing list. The rest is more or less in this mailing list and in GitHub.
> I think I got the last developer kit, and I don’t think the hardware is 100% finalized. Some issues with SPI-bus and SD-card/flash I believe.  
> B.t.w. the Kia Soul share a lot of components with the Ioniq, so that might be a good place to start. 
> I’m vey curious to see what info you got on the Ioniq! I’m working hard trying to figure out how to start the preheating. Don’t know if those components are compatible in the Ioniq and Soul, but if they are we should join forces :-)
> You can have look at the Kia Soul CAN Messages-spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1YYlZ-IcTQlz-LzaYkHO-7a4SFM8QYs2BGNXiSU5_EwI/edit?pli=1#gid=0 <https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1YYlZ-IcTQlz-LzaYkHO-7a4SFM8QYs2BGNXiSU5_EwI/edit?pli=1#gid=0>
> Best regards,
> Geir
>> 6. jan. 2018 kl. 17:16 skrev Thomas Stinner <me at stinnux.de <mailto:me at stinnux.de>>:
>> Hi Guys,
>> first i would like to thank you for all the work you have already done and the progress you’ve made so far. 
>> I would like to add support for a new vehicle, the Hyundai Ioniq. Since the car has no support for BlueLink in Europe i would like to start with some basic things, such as checking SoC etc. 
>> Since v3 of OVMS is around the corner it probably does not make sense to add support in v2 and get the required hardware for that. 
>> However, information about v3 is still very limited - in principal it is the github repo and this mailing list. It is also unclear to me if the hardware has already been finalized and available (at least as developer kit) or not. 
>> Any hints on where i should start digging into it?
>> Grüße / Greetings
>> Thomas
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