JejuSoul wrote:GizmoEV when you get your new OBC can you tell us -
1/ what is the version (look at the sticker on the back of it)
2/ is your charging now 15% slower
3/ what version of the Torque Pro codes do you now use for the OBC?
And please don't drop the camera inside the engine, while taking a picture.
1) I emailed the tech and referenced your post above asking him to get pics of both chargers and any info he could share from Kia about the issue. He told me he would do that when the replacement OBC came in and he did the swap.
2) My charging with an EVSE at less than max capability of the OBC has always been slower. I thought all 2016 MY Soul EVs charged slower than the 2015s. My EVSE is a 20A version and I watched the current on the line when charging started. It peaked at 21A and then immediately dropped to 18.4A. I'll definitely be testing out the replacement unit's performance.
3) I'm using the 2016 ones that I think SoulEV2016 posted. The only changes I made was swapping max and min battery temp codes because they were always reversed and maybe a couple of others, but that might have been for the Windows 10 App (I don't think it counts bits the same as Torque Pro does).
I didn't capture the number of hours data when the OBC quit but the morning prior I have these numbers:
CCC=22526.6Ah, CDC=22590.1Ah, CEC=8320.1kWh, CED=8084.2kWh, OpTime=2213.3h