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Re: iOS Version of Leaf Spy development discussion

Posted: Sat Jul 02, 2016 10:34 pm
by Turbo3
The next test release coming out next week adds the ability to change how the Headlight "Auto" function works.

One useful change is to be able to set the Auto Off Delay to zero. When in Auto Headlight mode and the lights are On they will turn off the moment all the doors are closed.

We have a garage door opener so there was never a need to have the Headlights stay on for the default setting of 45 seconds. This meant we had to switch out of auto mode when we turned the Leaf off. Setting the delay to zero means we can now leave the Headlight control in Auto mode all the time.

Also added a feature to display the ECU version and serial number information.

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Re: iOS Version of Leaf Spy development discussion

Posted: Sat Jul 09, 2016 10:31 am
by Turbo3
Here is an updated version of LeafSpy Pro that now supports reading the VSP and AVM ECUs (Vehicle Sound Processor and All Around View Monitor). DTCs can now also be read from these ECUs.

Thanks to Andrew for letting me borrow his 2013 Leaf overnight for development and testing out these two ECUs.

This version should be out for testing on Monday.

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Re: iOS Version of Leaf Spy development discussion

Posted: Sat Jul 09, 2016 7:44 pm
by cwerdna
^^^
Very interesting. I see charger 3NF6B and that's mentioned as one of many "part numbers" in NTB16-006.

I see 3NF7B for BRAKE. NTB15-089 (aka brake system recall aka P5327) has "CURRENT BRAKE PART NUMBER BEFORE REPROGRAMMING:46007 -" that includes 3NF7A. It doesn't have an after part number, but 3NF7B makes sense.

Re: iOS Version of Leaf Spy development discussion

Posted: Sat Oct 22, 2016 11:20 pm
by Turbo3
A new test version should be available sometime on Monday through TestFlight.

One new feature is an Efficiency Bar graph which will display the last 32 samples. Each sample is taken at 1 km intervals. At the start of each drive the first factional km is discarded so it may take up to 1.9999 km before the first bar appears. The most recent sample appears on the right.

You can display in distance /kWh or Wh/distance. I recommend using Wh/Distance. You can switch between the two by swiping up or down.

The Clear button can be used to erase the oldest sample or if held down will clear all samples. You can only permanently clear when connected to the Leaf. If not connected the sample(s) will be cleared but will reappear when the app is started again.

The numeric value of the most recent sample is displayed at the top center and the range low to high of all samples is displayed bottom center.

Here is an example of what it looks like. I live on a bit of a hill so the drive out uses less energy then the drive back in this example.The very low reading of 1.6 Wh/mile is at the bottom after coming to a full stop so is offset with regen energy.
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Re: iOS Version of Leaf Spy development discussion

Posted: Sun Oct 23, 2016 6:34 am
by SalisburySam
Turbo3 wrote:...updated version of LeafSpy Pro that now supports reading the VSP...
Please excuse my ignorance, but can LSP's new version also control the VSP (on, off) as was possible by dash switch in MY11? That would be awesome and so much easier than wiring in a new switch in later model years!

Re: iOS Version of Leaf Spy development discussion

Posted: Sun Oct 23, 2016 6:56 am
by SalisburySam
Turbo3 wrote:The next test release coming out next week adds the ability to change how the Headlight "Auto" function works.

One useful change is to be able to set the Auto Off Delay to zero.
For anyone who may not be aware as an FYI, you can change the AutoOff headlight timing from with the nav head menus. I would assume this means the SV and SL only. From p2-42 of MY12 user manual:

Automatic headlights off delay:
You can keep the headlights on for up to 180 seconds after you push the power switch to OFF and open any door then close all the doors.
You can adjust the period of the automatic headlights off delay from 0 seconds (OFF) to 180 seconds. The factory default setting is 45 seconds.


You are then referred to the Nav Manual for the specific steps to actually do this. The ability to accomplish this in a far easier fashion (I've come to really hate the nav unit) through LSP would be a wonderful addition to LSP's functionality and I'm looking forward to it being in the final distribution version.

Re: iOS Version of Leaf Spy development discussion

Posted: Sun Oct 23, 2016 9:38 am
by Turbo3
SalisburySam wrote:
Turbo3 wrote:...updated version of LeafSpy Pro that now supports reading the VSP...
Please excuse my ignorance, but can LSP's new version also control the VSP (on, off) as was possible by dash switch in MY11? That would be awesome and so much easier than wiring in a new switch in later model years!
I don't know the command sequence to control the VSP but if I should learn it I will add that function into LeafSpy Pro.

Re: iOS Version of Leaf Spy development discussion

Posted: Mon Jun 05, 2017 9:27 am
by Electric4Me
Hey Jim,
any update on this iOS version these days? I'm now interested in finally upgrading my WattsLeft for this, and it's not clear to me if I should get a OBDII dongle for iOS (my preference) or Android at this point.

Re: iOS Version of Leaf Spy development discussion

Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 3:44 pm
by Turbo3
Electric4Me wrote:Hey Jim,
any update on this iOS version these days? I'm now interested in finally upgrading my WattsLeft for this, and it's not clear to me if I should get a OBDII dongle for iOS (my preference) or Android at this point.
For iOS I recommend the LELink Bluetooth 4.x LE available from Amazon. It will also work with the latest version of LeafSpy Pro for Android.

Re: iOS Version of Leaf Spy development discussion

Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 3:58 pm
by Electric4Me
Turbo3 wrote: For iOS I recommend the LELink Bluetooth 4.x LE available from Amazon. It will also work with the latest version of LeafSpy Pro for Android.
Thanks, I'll check it out!