OBD-II PID and Torque Pro

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ANBO
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Re: OBD-II PID and Torque Pro

Post by ANBO » Wed May 12, 2021 8:20 pm

Data logging.


- Open Settings from main screen

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- Select: Data Logging & Upload

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- Set the tick boxes, recommended as shown (GPS is optional)
- Select: Select what to log

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- From menu: Select what to log

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- tick all you want to log.
- selecting a lot of PIDs will increase the interval between a full sweep.

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After a drive:
- Open Settings from dashboard screen
- Select: Email logs

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- Select the log of interest

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- Select CSV

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You can now save or send like you would otherwise. I save to OneDrive, so I can open it in Excel on my PC without further steps.
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Re: OBD-II PID and Torque Pro

Post by Grunt » Thu May 13, 2021 8:37 am

Woooo! It is Christmas!
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Thank you all very very much!

Thanks to Kermit68, some while ago I managed to get started with Torque Pro. But then I saw a screenshot from ANBO... My achievement looked pitiful in comparison 😁, so much more can be done.

Now I can go to work. Wonderful!

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Re: OBD-II PID and Torque Pro

Post by ANBO » Fri May 14, 2021 10:44 am

Welcome Grunt. Let me know if you need some additional help.

Feedback on how the readouts work for you is appreciated as well. As Dernotte mentioned, not everything is straight forward. Some PIDs are equations based on data collection or a visual verification on my car, and no saying if this gives the same results in different vehicles.

Good examples are:
* SOC (kWh): an equation that corrects SOCavg to a value between 0-100%. For me this aligns as close as possible with the display SOC (over the last few weeks). Not sure if this continues to hold between cold April and summer temperatures.
* Capacity (kWh): I calculated based on SOHavg and SOCdisplay relative to 86.2kWh. I think that is a fair assumption. Taking SOCavg instead 90.2kWh would also be an option, but it does not go to 0%, and an assumption to adjust would be needed either way. Neither you willbe able to match this with Wattcat e.g. We (I.e. Dernotte) have not found this PID reading.
* Range T: I put all Jaguar's temperature-range calculatiins in a graph an matched with my long range trip efficiency data and outside temperatures, and chosen the Avg. battery temperature as the baseline. Obviously driving styles will influence, but for long highway trips or those short shopping runs with a cold battery, I think this gives a realistic idea about range.
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Re: OBD-II PID and Torque Pro

Post by ANBO » Wed May 19, 2021 7:31 pm

Hi,

Christmas 1.0:
I-Pace 2019 EV400 v1.0.zip
(3.92 KiB) Downloaded 33 times
Kermit68 reminded me HUD is an option, and hence not every car may get readings on the 2 PIDs I linked to that mode. This is fixed now.

Also fixed an naming error causing the Trip Range to stay at 0.

Formula for Range T is updated. It was too pessimistic. It aligns closely now with the 18" combined range model on the Jaguar site. This matches OK with my average winter and summer (20") measurements. I believe I have seen similar feedback on the forum. That said, it is still a GOM, but starting at a more realistic value than the car when it is at 100% SOC. You will find that the car will catch up with the calculations at around 80% SOC.

Have fun.
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Re: OBD-II PID and Torque Pro

Post by ANBO » Sat May 29, 2021 6:30 pm

Just wondering if there is any feedback on the files? Is this working for you?
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Re: OBD-II PID and Torque Pro

Post by evanblack00 » Mon May 31, 2021 5:48 pm

ANBO wrote: ↑
Sat May 29, 2021 6:30 pm
Just wondering if there is any feedback on the files? Is this working for you?
Hello @ANBO, my car is in the dealer right now due to 12v battery issue. I was using previous 0.9 version you posted, with torque pro, I didnt notice any problem but didn't test all variables. I really wish able to connect my 2019 first edition to ABRP. I dont know when I get my car but will update when I get it. And thanks for your efforts.

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Re: OBD-II PID and Torque Pro

Post by ANBO » Mon May 31, 2021 7:00 pm

evanblack00 wrote: ↑
Mon May 31, 2021 5:48 pm
I really wish able to connect my 2019 first edition to ABRP.
Thanks for the feedback. Please do let me know your findings particularly on the PIDs marked #, as those are needed for ABRP.

Version 1.0 is submitted to ABRP.
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Re: OBD-II PID and Torque Pro

Post by vovvw » Thu Jun 03, 2021 12:12 pm

Maxwell_400 wrote: ↑
Wed May 12, 2021 12:46 pm
For Iphone, the leading ones are afaik Car Scanner and DashCommand but they are not as versatile as Torque Pro.
I tested Car Scanner, in principle it works.
Wrote to the developer, maybe add new pids.

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Re: OBD-II PID and Torque Pro

Post by Maxwell_400 » Fri Jun 04, 2021 8:31 am

torque_jpg.jpg

With AAAD, https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/app- ... e.4270013/
and Screen2Auto, https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/scre ... s.4062787/

it is possible to get Torque (or any app) up and running on the main screen without rooting the phone.
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Re: OBD-II PID and Torque Pro

Post by kermit68 » Fri Jun 04, 2021 8:42 am

Cool !!! :mrgreen:
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