Leaf Spy gives you the current into or out of the battery. Since the battery is between 300 and 400 volts (depending upon SOC) the DC current at the battery (output side of charger) will be less than the current measured on the 240 volt AC input to the charger.adaviel wrote:Incorrect current readings
I recently bought Leaf Spy Pro (v0.38.80 en) for Android, using a Konnwei OBDII on a 2016 Leaf with 30kWH battery. Excellent app, lots of data - I'm down loading the CSV files and graphing them.
When I plot column 10 in the CSV, "Pack Amps", it gives half the real value. E.g. charging on an OpenEVSE at 240V, 12A, the EVSE meter reads about 11.4A and the CSV gives about -5.7. Charging on an EVduty EVC30T-05 at nominal 30A, 240V the CSV gives -15.
what phone?jlynker wrote:Frustrated: my 6th attempt to get a matching OBDII:
- 1 arrived, didn't work - connected to phone, Leaf Spy Pro didn't connect
- 2 were never even shipped: so, 2 30 day delays to get an A-Z guarantee
- The Konwei 902 doesn't appear to be available anywhere...
- I'm looking at 2 on my desk: Panlong and BLE... both recommended by users on Seattle Leaf Forum on Facebook.
Panlong works with Leaf Spy Lite, but not Leaf Spy Pro.
BLE doesn't even connect with my phone... so not selectable with Leaf Spy Pro.
I'm a software engineer - Are there utilities to help me debug why these are issues?
I very much want all the features Leaf Spy Pro offers...
I've been at this for 6 months - check my purchase iD - email@example.com... bought Leaf Spy Pro way back in July or August...
I don't log on here very often so, if you would please, contact me via my email address. Thanks..
Are you talking about the L1/L2 count?Kristis wrote:How are cycles counted? When i plug in its a charge cycle, or only when theres 0-100 (full battery cycle)?
if you are using a timer on a regular basis, you probably have closer to 450ish... Can't believe after all this time, we are still counting "plug in's" as a charge event...Kristis wrote:Yep, thanks i was surprised to have 900 charges...