klapauzius wrote:Where do the AH values and the SOC values come from? Are these computed values or do the come from the car itself?
What about the GIDs? Are the ones reported in this app the same as the GIDs from the GID-meter? Likely not, since a value of 287 seems unreal.....
Gids are simulated, but the SOC and CAP values come straight from the CAN bus. You need to set the reference capacity in the preferences to get more realistic kWh and Gid readings. We cannot be certain, but there is a chance that new LEAFs limit usable capacity to 281 Gids, even though the battery could have higher nominal capacity. There were several new LEAFs, which were well above 66.2556 Ah.
Well, all I would care for is the AH value, so if it is indeed 67.57 Ah, that would be terrific.
So there were 2011 Leafs with higher than 66.2556 Ah? My understanding was that there werent GID readings higher than 281?
So how do GIDs and AH (apparently both from the CAN, albeit with different applications...the GID meter would read the CAN-GIDs, right?) reflect capacity then, if they are not the same?
The question is, is the AH reading a more accurate reflection of capacity than the CAN-GIDs? Or is it some fudged number that the car makes up from inaccurate and variable readings? You would think for coulomb counting the car would have to be discharged and charged completely?