Serhge wrote:the difference between Canion and hobdrayv is that in hobdrayv all functions are made according to the principle of the original diagnostic program Mut3 and all indications are updated in real time, Canion receives all the data listening and filtering the flow of information and this takes time.
Actually it doesn't take much time - cell voltages update very quickly in Canion, I find hobdrive to update quite slowly by comparison as it has to manually poll the information instead of just listening to broadcasts.
In hobdrive, all readings should be viewed in the BMU tab, the balancing tab shows directly the voltage that the inverter uses, and not the voltage that the VVB battery has. balancing is activated on charging up to 50%
The BMU page also disagrees with the voltages in the 88 cells page. BMU page is correct, 88 cells page is incorrect.
look at the obdzero version 3.0 program, David also reworked all the readings and they now coincide with the original Mut3, as well as in hobdrive, only hobdrive has a very large functionality, unlike competitors.
I've looked at obd-zero before and unfortunately there are some large errors in the data that it reports including voltages, so I stopped using it. I don't consider it to be a trustworthy source of information.
and hobdrive version 1.5.45 has a different formula for polling all cells than version 1.5.44.
version 1.5.45 is still being tested and refined.
СМU1 - 12 , cmu has indications with three digits after the decimal point ( 0,000 ) , see these tabs
I'm sorry but I simply can't agree - the voltage readings on the 88 cells screen are incorrect on the latest version of Hobdrive, and by a long way. They read far too low, so there is an error in your calculation of the voltages.
MUT3 is for the i-Miev. I have a Lexia 3 running Diagbox which is the official
diagnostic tool for Citroen/Peugeot and therefore C-Zero and Ion and it agrees with Canion not the readings shown by the latest beta build of Hobdrive.
If you don't believe me I attach a screenshot taken directly from Diagbox of one of the BMU's taken at 100% charge after resting over night:
As you can see voltages are between 4.075 and 4.085. I also checked all other BMU's but did not include screenshots as they were all within the same range.
In these conditions Canion reports 4.075 - 4.085 volts (correct) and Hobdrive beta's 88 cells page reports values from 3.95 - 3.98 volts. (incorrect) It's simple knowledge that 3.95 volts is not a fully charged lithium Ion battery as these cars charge the cells to exactly 4.1 volts, so 3.95 - 3.98 cannot be correct.
I don't know how you're calculating the voltages but for my 2011 Ion they are simply wrong and do not agree with the official Peugeot diagnostic tool. The error seems to be greater at low state of charge. The calculation in previous versions of Hobdrive was correct.