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hyundai ioniq 28kw informacion


After a couple of weeks using the ovms, in my ioniq of 28 kw, I miss some information that the device offers but that does not show the application on the mobile


 , I leave it here in case a developer can adapt it or add this information:


It's all about charging power. when it entered the device via Wi-Fi and I am charging, I see in negative the power in kilowatt hours that is entering the car. Would it be possible to include that information in the application? Likewise, it also shows the temperatures of the cells of both the lowest and the highest. that information is also good for not heating up the battery too much during charging.


Finally, the mobile application notifies me when it begins to charge, indicating the percentage of the battery at that moment, but instead it does not notify me when the charge stops, either because it has been completed or because it has stopped charging. power up the car. instead, it does notify me of circumstances such as the car being started and not moving.


 and finally the photo of the ioniq does not appear in the application. For my part, I offer to create the design see Hyundai ioniq in various colors in case you want to add it in future updates. if you need to contact me please reply to this message

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hyundai ioniq 28kw informacion

There is currently no active development on the Hyundai Ioniq vFL as there is no developer actually owning or using one.

If you want me to investigate or change anything, you need to provide all details (debug logs, ressources, …). Be aware I currently have no spare time.

Technical communication: https://github.com/openvehicles/Open-Vehicle-Monitoring-System-3/issues/255

A far better option would be to find a developer actually driving the car who is willing to become the Hyundai module maintainer.

Regarding the Android App, charge power is shown on the main screen, and BMS status or additional metrics can be queried via commands. Adding some BMS detail UI is on the list (https://github.com/openvehicles/Open-Vehicle-Android/issues/140).

The Hyundai image added by dalathegreat is perfectly selectable… if you're referring to the iOS App, that's out of my scope. Check out https://github.com/openvehicles/Open-Vehicle-iOS for any discussion on this.


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