saywatt
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Leaf Number: 4701
Location: Issaquah, WA

Re: LEAFStat iPhone/iPad app to monitor battery status etc.

Sat Jun 07, 2014 8:51 am

v1.1 solved my issue also. App and dongle working as it should. Thanks dm33!!


PS. IMHO, SOH is in the same format as SOC, so I don't see an issue with it, just wish it was higher for my 11. :D

QueenBee
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Delivery Date: 20 Jun 2011
Leaf Number: 2062
Location: Bellevue (Seattle), WA

Re: LEAFStat iPhone/iPad app to monitor battery status etc.

Sat Jun 07, 2014 8:41 pm

saywatt wrote:v1.1 solved my issue also. App and dongle working as it should. Thanks dm33!!


PS. IMHO, SOH is in the same format as SOC, so I don't see an issue with it, just wish it was higher for my 11. :D


What do you mean?

LEAFStat has SOC which is the current SOC percent. SOH which is an unknown meaning percent that tracks with capacity and a capacity percent which is the capacity of the battery.

LEAFSpy has the same three numbers but calls the unknown meaning percent HX and the capacity percent SOH.

So for example right now in my car LEAFStat says:
SOC: 76.56% 15.36kwh
SOH: 72.87%
Capacity:85.55% 56.61 AHr

While LEAFSpy says:
SOC: 76.5% 14.8kwh
SOH: 86% 56.61 AHr
Hx: 72.87%

So in addition to changing SOH label to Hx I would also recommend using the same definition of a GID so that the SOC kwhr readings match. I believe LEAFSpy defaults to 77.5wh/GID.

dm33
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Location: Raleigh, NC

Re: LEAFStat iPhone/iPad app to monitor battery status etc.

Sat Jun 07, 2014 9:39 pm

QueenBee wrote:
saywatt wrote:v1.1 solved my issue also. App and dongle working as it should. Thanks dm33!!


PS. IMHO, SOH is in the same format as SOC, so I don't see an issue with it, just wish it was higher for my 11. :D


What do you mean?

LEAFStat has SOC which is the current SOC percent. SOH which is an unknown meaning percent that tracks with capacity and a capacity percent which is the capacity of the battery.

LEAFSpy has the same three numbers but calls the unknown meaning percent HX and the capacity percent SOH.

So for example right now in my car LEAFStat says:
SOC: 76.56% 15.36kwh
SOH: 72.87%
Capacity:85.55% 56.61 AHr

While LEAFSpy says:
SOC: 76.5% 14.8kwh
SOH: 86% 56.61 AHr
Hx: 72.87%

So in addition to changing SOH label to Hx I would also recommend using the same definition of a GID so that the SOC kwhr readings match. I believe LEAFSpy defaults to 77.5wh/GID.

I don't have a strong preference on the name. Looks like the terminology changed in LEAF spy. In the last version of LEAF spy I have (aka LEAF Battery), it was labeled 'Hlth'. % of original capacity wasn't labeled at all, being listed as Ahr=62.71(94.65%)

hhgblueleaf
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Delivery Date: 18 Jun 2013
Leaf Number: 411131
Location: North Texas

Re: LEAFStat iPhone/iPad app to monitor battery status etc.

Sun Jun 08, 2014 11:30 am

I am needing to see battery cell voltages. This is apparently available with Leaf Spy, but not yet with LeafStat (for iOS devices). Will this feature be added soon?

epirali
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Leaf Number: 418541
Location: Maryland

Re: LEAFStat iPhone/iPad app to monitor battery status etc.

Sun Jun 08, 2014 12:17 pm

Keithjmason wrote:Just got 1.1 and it works now! so good to finally have an App like this for iOS.. I hope it keeps improving and adding more features,, Great!

Although, the numbers i'm seeing on my 2 month old Leaf are not as good as I hoped for ...

95.6% SOH (was hoping it would be closer to 100% for a new car)

93.59% Capacity (62.01 Ahr) - again I was hoping for a little more.

Battery temp at 29degC and car has done 3500miles

Do these figures seem right for a new car ?


Do you usually charge 80% or 100%? Have you let the car charge to 100% a couple of time and finish balancing?

I have a 2013 with 12K miles, and depending on charging to 80% vs 100% a couple of times I see 98% vs 102% SOH, so it can fluctuate (and from 64-66 AH capacity).

Also it seems people are reporting lower readings from 2014 models, but not necessarily translating into lower usable miles.

Keithjmason
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Re: LEAFStat iPhone/iPad app to monitor battery status etc.

Sun Jun 08, 2014 3:29 pm

epirali wrote:
Keithjmason wrote:Just got 1.1 and it works now! so good to finally have an App like this for iOS.. I hope it keeps improving and adding more features,, Great!

Although, the numbers i'm seeing on my 2 month old Leaf are not as good as I hoped for ...

95.6% SOH (was hoping it would be closer to 100% for a new car)

93.59% Capacity (62.01 Ahr) - again I was hoping for a little more.

Battery temp at 29degC and car has done 3500miles

Do these figures seem right for a new car ?


Do you usually charge 80% or 100%? Have you let the car charge to 100% a couple of time and finish balancing?

I have a 2013 with 12K miles, and depending on charging to 80% vs 100% a couple of times I see 98% vs 102% SOH, so it can fluctuate (and from 64-66 AH capacity).

Also it seems people are reporting lower readings from 2014 models, but not necessarily translating into lower usable miles.



I usually charge to 80% / 90% in the week.. maybe to 100% at the weekend.. but generally not to 100%

I've had the car 2 months now, and maybe its only charged to 100% and completed about 5 times.

Would it be better to get some more 100% charges in perhaps ?

Also, becuase I charge mostly at work, I am charging from the EVSE 'brick' - i've read that long term is this not a good idea, so maybe that's affecting things ?

Thanks.

lorenfb
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Delivery Date: 22 Nov 2013
Leaf Number: 416635
Location: SoCal

Re: LEAFStat iPhone/iPad app to monitor battery status etc.

Tue Jun 10, 2014 6:34 pm

Ordered app to compare with Leaf Spy.

lorenfb
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Leaf Number: 416635
Location: SoCal

Re: LEAFStat iPhone/iPad app to monitor battery status etc.

Thu Jun 12, 2014 11:00 am

lorenfb wrote:Ordered app to compare with Leaf Spy.


Works great using the 'Xseries' WiFi adapter and indicates the same data as the LeafDD does.
No need to do any setup changes with WiFi other than to select the Xseries as the network.

wbleafguy
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Joined: Thu Jun 05, 2014 10:04 am
Delivery Date: 19 Jun 2014
Location: North Vancouver, BC, Canada

Re: LEAFStat iPhone/iPad app to monitor battery status etc.

Tue Jun 24, 2014 8:00 pm

Curious if anyone has any insight in to this problem I'm having..

..bought an ELM327 OBD-II (Wifi, since I have an iPhone); got it from the link on the broadreachsoftware.com page from the "tall adapter" link.

Got LEAF Stat v1.1

Plug OBD into car, 5 lights flash then back to 2 red, and I see a new SSID show on my iPhone, but it is called CKDevices, not OBDDevice, or WiFi_OBDii.

(from amazon.com specs SSID: OBDDevice, IP/Port: 192.168.0.10:35000, Antenna: Internal, Wifi Standard: 802.11a/b/g)

I'm wondering if the SSID needs to be WiFi_OBDii, because I have configured the WiFi as on broadreachsoftware.com webpage, especially where it says to use IP address 192.168.0.10 and ...wait, what? OH, other than 192.168.0.10.

(running back out to car..)

Ah, so I need to both read AND follow the instructions :oops:

Well, another KUDOS for a great app for the iPhone :D

Here are stats for a new 2015 with 40km on the odometer..

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2015 Nissan Leaf SL - Slate Grey

lorenfb
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Joined: Tue Dec 17, 2013 10:53 pm
Delivery Date: 22 Nov 2013
Leaf Number: 416635
Location: SoCal

Re: LEAFStat iPhone/iPad app to monitor battery status etc.

Tue Jun 24, 2014 10:28 pm

There's really no WiFi setup needed. Just select the WiFi adapter (OBDII) and then open the app.

So your new Leaf (a few weeks old) has about 64 AHr capacity. Mine now seven months old with
over 8K miles is at about 59 AHr. I've only monitored it for just the last three months from when
the capacity was at about 61 AHr. Some claim over 67 AHr with over 6K miles and over nine months
old. That data is somewhat questionable.

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