[Ovmsdev] Advice - mapping I3 data to the standard metrics
sharkcow at gmx.de
Sun Dec 20 03:41:43 HKT 2020
Thanks for the input. As discussed earlier, I would also like to add
standard metrics for the maintenance interval range and time. For these,
Mark also proposed "e"-submetrics. So should I use v.service.range/days
instead of v.e.service.range/days? Or something else?
Am 19.12.20 um 18:13 schrieb Michael Balzer:
> You propose "v.e." probably due to the "v.e.charging12v" and ".aux12v"
> flags? I think these are misplaced in "v.e." (as some others). We should
> probably rename them mid to long term.
> "e" has been used (also by me) as a pool for stuff that didn't fit
> elsewhere, but we probably should try to clean this up so its
> "environment" again (meaning any kind of environmental influence or
> control). The DC converter doesn't really fit there.
> I would rather place the DC converter metrics in the charger namespace,
> e.g. "v.c.12v.temp", as the DC converter often is a part / subsystem of
> the charger, and it's main purpose normally is charging and assisting
> the 12V battery.
> Another option could be the 12V battery namespace, e.g.
> "v.b.12v.c.temp", but the DC converter isn't a subordinate of the battery.
> In all cases I'd like to keep the "12v" tag associated here, so all 12v
> related metrics can be queried by a simple "me li 12v" and subscribed to
> with a single topic pattern.
> Am 19.12.20 um 15:37 schrieb sharkcow:
>>>> // Temperature of the DCDC board / Temperatur des DCDC Boards
>>>> 2020-12-16 17:59:10 SAST D (289285) v-bmwi3: From ECU EME, pid
>>>> AE_TEMP_LE: got STAT_TEMP_DCDC_GR_WERT=31.6524"°C"
>>> No standard metrics, but that's a candidate. But again, only one
>>> temperature (the most relevant for the user) will be standard.
>> I'd like to second that: the VW e-Up also has a DC/DC-temperature. I
>> propose the new standard metric
>> and would add it in a pull request if nobody objects.
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