Yep.stjohnh wrote:Also remember, the numbers you see on LeafSpy are translations of data reported by the computer in the car. The translation has been done over several years of hard work by Turbo3 and others who have reverse engineered the data coming out of the computer. Nissan has not given ANY help to those trying to interpret the gazillions of 0's and 1's coming from the computer. So there are certain data that remain difficult to interpret.
http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... oh#p539274 has a pointer from a post to Turbo3 (author of Leaf Spy) himself about SOH and Hx. It also includes some origins what is now rendered as SOH and Hx.
Here are my thoughts on the values that the tool can render:
http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 29#p532929
BTW, regarding module voltages displayed by the app, I suspect they're reasonably accurate (within whatever the error is of the BMS) given the work that Turbo3 did at viewtopic.php?t=17470 and viewtopic.php?p=380865#p380865.
I agree w/the other comments by stjohnh and WetEV. There is plenty of useful info (some can only be used for some rough comparisons such as AHr, SOH and Hx) and some really useful functionality in Leaf Spy that goes FAR beyond entertainment. There's probably only one person (well, no more than single digit # of people) here on MNL who chooses to dismiss it... Who knows if he/they "secretly" uses the app anyway?