cmwade77 wrote: cwerdna wrote:
cmwade77 wrote:For me, the dash says 100% and LeadSpy 90.5%. That seems like a big discrepancy to me, any clues as to why?
Did you see my replies near the beginning of the thread?
I don't care about Leaf Spy's percentage displays.
Ok, you dont, others might and while I understand some discrepancy, that seems like a large one to me.
To quote my reply:
The dash display % SoC was developed before and independently of Leaf Spy. It appeared as a (much requested) new feature beginning on model year 2013 Leafs. '11 and '12 Leafs didn't have it.
is correct w/the approx start date of the 1st public version of Leaf Spy, that wasn't until the '13 Leaf had been on the market for many months. I have no idea if Turbo3 was able to retrieve the value used by the dash display and whether he renders it anywhere in the UI. I personally don't care about much about any sort of % SoC or % gid values in Leaf Spy as I don't know the denominator.
Given what I stated, why would you expect them to match? Also, Turbo3 (author of Leaf Spy) didn't have a '13 Leaf. AFAIK, he still only has an '11 Leaf. Maybe a year or two ago, he borrowed my '13 for an evening to do some testing as he lives near me.
If you are really curious how Leaf Spy's % SoC is derived and/or what he renders from the CAN bus which has that value/is used to derive it, you'll need to try to dig for posts from Turbo3 on this. It's obviously not the same as whatever black box algorithm 2013 to 2017 Leafs use for the dash display, which '11 and '12 Leafs didn't even have.
I think the earliest build months we've seen of US market '13 Leafs are 1/2013.
See why I don't care?
edit: I think I found some posts that relate to where Leaf Spy's % SoC comes from. See viewtopic.php?p=280721#p280721
and the response from garygid (for which the unit gid was named, in his honor). Looks like someone sorta asked the question in the OP before: viewtopic.php?p=314356#p314356