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Re: Nissan LEAF Canomicon

Wed Jun 19, 2013 8:19 am

I would change the thread title to something logical and intuitive. I had no idea what this thread was about.

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Re: Nissan LEAF Canomicon (a summary of Canbus monitor devic

Wed Jun 19, 2013 9:56 am

The detailed post with the pictures REALLY belongs in the Wiki. A thread is going to get lost, sooner or later, unless it's pinned to the top of the forum, and MyNissanLEAF doesn't seem to do that much.
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Re: Nissan LEAF Canomicon (a summary of Canbus monitor devic

Wed Jun 19, 2013 10:17 am

davewill wrote:The detailed post with the pictures REALLY belongs in the Wiki. A thread is going to get lost, sooner or later, unless it's pinned to the top of the forum, and MyNissanLEAF doesn't seem to do that much.

I agree, and will add it to the Wiki once the content is stable. I wanted a thread for starters, though, to hopefully get people looking and correcting errors, adding details, etc.

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Re: Nissan LEAF Canomicon (a summary of Canbus monitor devic

Wed Jun 19, 2013 10:50 am

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Re: Nissan LEAF Canomicon (a summary of Canbus monitor devic

Wed Jun 19, 2013 1:58 pm

TickTock wrote:6) LeafDD
Developer: GregH
Debut: 4/26/2013
Monitors: EVcan
Displays: Pack Volts, Pack Amps, kW, Amps, GIDs, SOC, kWh, Ah, cellpair voltages, Pack Temperature
I'm not sure about some of those. Leaf DD displays:

Pack Volts (real-time graphic)
Amps in/out (real-time graphic)
GIDs
SOC %
GID %
SOC Ah (calculated)
Pack Temperature (highest plus each sensor)
Pack Ah total capacity
Pack "health"
12 V battery voltage (measured, not from CAN info)
Pack Volts
Pack Amps (in/out)
Cell pair voltages, highest, average, lowest and graphic display of all of them
Cell pair shunt activity
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Re: Nissan LEAF Canomicon (a summary of Canbus monitor devic

Wed Jun 19, 2013 2:57 pm

I suggest changing the title to something meaningful to the layman, who many not even know what the Canbus is (and remove "Canomicon", which doesn't appear to be a real word). Otherwise some people won't find the info.

Something simple like: Devices Available to Monitor Battery Eneryg, State of Charge and Temperature
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Capacity Loss Predicted - 27.4% Actual - 30.1%
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Re: Nissan LEAF Canomicon (a summary of Canbus monitor devic

Wed Jun 19, 2013 3:03 pm

OK, OK. That's two who have poo-poo'd my title so I'll change it. Can't someone have some fun around here? :)

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Re: Devices to Monitor Battery State and Driving Efficiency

Wed Jun 19, 2013 3:51 pm

Great job TickTock! Thanks!
I just want to suggest one thing under the Gid Meter. I believe you should give credit under 'developers' also to the one who started getting the messages from the CANs and then gave it to Gary so he could make the meter. IIRC, it was Turbo2ltr back in FEB, '11.
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Re: Devices to Monitor Battery State and Driving Efficiency

Wed Jun 19, 2013 4:23 pm

Has anybody come up with one yet that has no display and just sends all the info via BlueTooth to an iPhone or iPad with an App or just using PHP/HTML5/JAVA and have it display in a web browser.

If I had the smarts to build a device like this that's how I'd do it.
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Re: Devices to Monitor Battery State and Driving Efficiency

Wed Jun 19, 2013 4:31 pm

Lasareath wrote:Has anybody come up with one yet that has no display and just sends all the info via BlueTooth to an iPhone or iPad with an App or just using PHP/HTML5/JAVA and have it display in a web browser.

If I had the smarts to build a device like this that's how I'd do it.


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