JejuSoul wrote:There appears to be an easier way for us do all this.
I'm not sure if this is a help for OVMS. As already mentioned the Diagnostic Tester only gets responses to special requests.
I don't know if such requests can be implemented in the OVMS software? You need a special timing, send a Tester present, change sessions, probably us a security access with seed&key and evaluate the answers.
Maybe a OVMS insider can answer if this is possible?
SiLiZiUMM wrote:This is great AlKl! What CAN are you listening to? C-CAN I suppose?
Yes, all ID's are on the C-CAN.
Yes please create one, i will add the values i found.
AlKl wrote:ID 18 byte 0: doors; byte 3 and byte 5: light, byte 8: seat belt
I thought CAN messages could only be 8 bytes long, but this one has at least 9 bytes (0 through 8)? Did you mix up the numbering, maybe?
Yes of course we only have 8 bytes, i mixed it up, i corrected the values in my original post (seat belt is in byte 7)
ID202 byte 1+2 (12 bit signed) is the current used power. Factor 0.041666 for the 81kW