Information on the app is available here. The app is intended as a simplified app displaying only the most essential information. It does not display all the information displayed by Leaf Spy. As I gauge interest, more information will be added, although I'd like to maintain a focus on a streamlined interface.
The following description is copied from the website. Additional information is on the website including OBDii-WiFi adapters its been tested with.
LEAFStat displays valuable information from the 2011-2014 Nissan LEAF all electric vehicle which is not displayed on the dashboard. Information is accessed via the OBDII port and a OBDII to Wifi adapter (required, purchased separately). Displays
- Current battery charge measured in the cars native measure. Termed GIDs, each GID represents roughly 80wh of capacity. Can be used to determine how much range is left.
- kWh capacity remaining.
- State of Charge %. This is not the same % displayed on 2013-2014 vehicles dash board. It represents true SOC not accounting for the buffer used at 100% and 0%.
- Battery capacity. Indicates how much of original intended battery capacity remains. This reported value can vary several % based on recent use and charge characteristics but can give an indicate of battery degradation.
- Battery state of health. Believed to represent a measure of internal battery resistance that develops over time, indicating how healthy the battery is.
- Average battery temperature. The LEAF includes 3 or 4 battery temperature probes. This value is the average of the probes. High battery temperature is the primary cause of battery degradation.
- Tire pressure. Once rolling, the LEAF reports tire pressure down to a 1/4 of a PSI. Vital to know if you have a slow leak or under pressured tires.