[Ovmsdev] Hyundai Kona Electric devs?

Christos Oscar Kambiselis ckambiselis at gmail.com
Fri Feb 3 21:34:25 HKT 2023

Also forgot to say that since I don't want to damage any of the original
cables I am looking to make a Y-cable for the connector where all the CAN
busses connect to the gateway, the connector is made by KUM (a Korean
manufacturer who's website I can't reach), and who's connectors don't seem
to be distributed by any of the bigger distributors I usually buy parts
from (Mouser, Digikey, Farnel, TME, Elfa Distrelec) and can't even find
them on Aliexpress, I did find a Chinese manufacturer on Alibaba that makes
a clone but their minimum order is 200pcs 3$/pcs.

I also found a Bulgarian connector and wire harness distributor that has
the originals and I'm waiting for a quote for 10pcs of male/female, there
is also a US based surplus connector seller that sells them for 20$ a
piece which is absurd.

The part names are HSC16M-W(GY) ASSY and HSC16F-W(GY) ASSY but the part
numbers are HK111-16011 and HK115-16011, and the pins are TK101-00110
and TK105-00110.


On Wed, Feb 1, 2023 at 9:29 PM Peter Lord <peter at plord.co.uk> wrote:

> On 1 Feb 2023, at 17:09, Christos Oscar Kambiselis <ckambiselis at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> I have, for my 2019 Kona Electric, the maps of the whole CAN bus network,
> pinouts of connectors and schematics of the wiring on PDF, these can all be
> found at service.hyundai-motor (dot) com, when accessed from Europe, the
> access costs 15€ for 24h or 60€ for a whole week, it's all official service
> manual info and much more for independent repair shops. I also have a
> couple of contactless CAN bus readers plus the direct connection to D-CAN
> through the OBD. My car only has the 8inch Standard Navi without the mobile
> data connection, but from the info I have gathered the only CAN bus
> connected to the larger "conected" navi is the same M-CAN that the standard
> version has, so the remote AC control should be possible, through M-CAN.
> I’ve also got an early Kona :-)
> Last time I took a look at the service site it only contained hardware
> details … so no PID details
> I was thinking to connect the contactless readers to my logic analyzer
> plus one channel to a button to act as a marker, and record a known
> sequence of events, marking each event start with the button for easier
> searching. I also have access to 100kW DC fast chargers and 22kW AC
> chargers, including their CAN data when I have my car charging.
> Okay, that sounds like it would be useful :-)
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