GregH wrote:I probably have the CAD for the LeafDD enclosure somewhere..
Btw, just dropping off my Leaf after 3.5 years (5.5 years total Leaf experience) and no longer have a need for my (somewhat beat up, but functional) LeafDD. If you live in Orange County, CA and would like to pick it up, it's yours for free! Not willing to ship it.
Either way, email me at dashdisplay at gmail.
Fwiw, 46272 miles in 42 months. 45.1Ah, just under 200 gids on a full charge. Just picked up a new Volt Premier with all the bells and whistles (adaptive cruise control). The Volt btw also has about 200 gids (14kWh) worth of juice.
New to the Leaf/EV world, but have been amazed at the "pioneering" work done by you and many others that resulted in major advances for current Leaf owners enjoy - including Turbo's LeafSpy, but certainly not limited to such - especially for us DIY'ers.
Yes, just to add my voice here:
Greg, I got a handy LeafDD from you a few years ago and while I had my Leaf it served me well. Then I donated it to the Tucson EV Assocation (TEVA) and so it (and a few other gauges) have helped gather data. A bit of the data ended up here I guess (certainly mine did, as judged by a couple of different pieces of equipment, including yours) and then Tom Saxton and PIA did an excellent job of collecting and organizing and making some sense of the data:
https://survey.pluginamerica.org/leaf/v ... r=location
[one can see the pattern of lost bars in the Arizona vehicles, in part thanks to Greg and others.]
I think the think I liked about the LeafDD was it was really just plug-and-play, and so this was helpful for me (not very technology savvy) and also helpful I think to some other members of TEVA, as it required no setup for them to see how their batteries were doing.
So, my main point is just to let Greg know that his device served well and we here in Arizona appreciate it.