[Ovmsdev] Reseller, Vehicle Support Table, Fully Charge Live & Hyundai

Mark Webb-Johnson mark at webb-johnson.net
Sun May 26 16:23:38 HKT 2019

I think best to get the source data for this into the user guide, and then base summary tables off that. I’ve updated the user guide just now to put the structure in place for this, with some standardized formats. I will then update the Tesla and other base vehicle types I support based on that. For the other vehicles (maintained by other developers), lets gather the data here, and update the guide.

I have the template for this now as below.

Regards, Mark
Vehicle Documentation
The following chapters document support for specific vehicle types. They each contain a summary of vehicle connection cabling, and other requirements, as well as a general table detailing available vehicle functionality. This table is structured as follows:

Vehicle: Type
Support Status
Specific module version requirements
Vehicle Cable
Details of vehicle cable requirements
GSM Antenna
GSM antenna requirements
GPS Antenna
GPS antenna requirements
SOC Display
Ability to display SOC%
Range Display
Ability to display range estimates
GPS Location
GPS location source and capabilities
Speed Display
Ability to display vehicle speed
Temperature Display
Ability to display vehicle component temperatures
BMS v+t Display
Ability to display BMS voltages and temperatures
Charge Status Display
Ability to display charging status
Charge Interruption Alerts
Ability to raise charge interruption alerts
Charge Control
Ability to control charge
Cabin Pre-heat/cool Control
Ability to pre-heat/cool cabin
Lock/Unlock Vehicle
Ability to lock/unlock vehicle
Valet Mode Control
Ability to enable/disable valet mode
Other vehicle-specific functionality

> On 26 May 2019, at 2:47 AM, Glyn Hudson <glyn.hudson at openenergymonitor.org> wrote:
> Great work developing OVMS, I've been running OVMS for nearly a year
> now in my Nissan LEAF and e-NV200. It's worked flawlessly, so much
> better than the Nissan Connect. I'm very enthusiastic about EV's and
> open-source solutions. I'm the co-founder of the
> https://OpenEnergyMonitor.org project to design and build open-source
> hardware and software tools for monitoring energy. We have also
> recently branched out into manufacturing web-connected EV charging
> stations in collaboration with OpenEVSE.
> I have been in communication with Mark and Michael regarding reselling
> OVMS hardware via our web store: http://shop.openenergymonitor.com.
> I have been working on producing an updated vehicle support table
> since the table currently on the website is missing a lot of EV's OVMS
> now supports. Please help me compile this table:
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZPC8Rh2OVGgT-EPuN3xdZsomhk1JA0sQ_WTTxTIfS9I/edit?usp=sharing
> I have an exhibitor stand for OpenEnergyMonitor at Fully Charged Live
> Event in a couple of weeks (7th, 8th, 9th June) in Silverstone, UK. I
> hope setup a demo display for OVMS. I'm also keen to meetup with any
> other OVMS devs /
> enthusiasts at fully changed live. Let me know if you will be attending.
> Finally, has anyone done any tested with OVMS on a Hyundai Ioniq /
> Kona EV? I'm aware the Kone shares many of the same EV components as
> the Kia e-niro therefore OVMS may work with a Kona. It would be really
> great to support the Ioniq and Kona since these EV's currently do no
> have app support in Europe.
> Best wishes,
> -- 
> All the best,
> Glyn Hudson
> +44(0)1248672607
> https://openenergymonitor.org
> https://zerocarbonadventures.co.uk
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