Developer's Website: https://obdzero.dk
Available Here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... lectriccar
Manual (includes screenshots): https://obdzero.dk/wp-content/uploads/2 ... nual38.pdf
Additional Hardware Requirements:
Works with a number of OBDII adapters, including -
Vgate vLinker FD+ scanner
Vgate iCar Pro
Does not work with WiFi or really cheap dongles
Works With Vehicle Years:
Confirmed: 2009, 2011, 2012, 2016
Feedback from owners of other years?
Note: The 2016 iMiev evidently does not transmit individual cell data but CZero and iOn do. Confirmation, anyone?
Reads and Erases Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC):
The interface is easy to use and results can be exported to Excel
What Could Be Improved:
Primary Thread on this i-MiEV forum:
Additional Discussions on this i-MiEV forum:
Additional Discussions on other Websites:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DP7NqZ ... sp=sharing
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DSd0Pr ... sp=sharing
Thank you Boffingham for the adapter performance information, screenshots, and updates.
Further update from Boffingham (11/24/21) -
"It would be nice to have a graphic output like Canion, something visual showing key parameters like SOC, SOH, Watts consumed by various features like the heater, motor, fan, seat warmer, etc
I have exported the results to Excel but the App captures in millisecond intervals, which is way too much. Every 10 seconds would be good, or something configurable so the data is not overwhelming."
Thank you imievnewb for the veepeak info.
13 March 2022 - input from David, the developer of this app:
For OBDZero I have a 2011 and 2012 CZero and it works with both. I have received OBDZero recorded data from users with 2009 and 2016 iMiev models.
The iMiev 2016 does not transmit individual cell data. Therefore OBDZero cannot show individual cell measurements for iMiev 2016 and newer. Others report that CZero and iOn cars 2016 and newer do transmit individual cell data but I have not been able to check this directly.
OBDZero has been tested with the OBDLink XL as well as many VGate bluetooth dongles. It does not work with wifi dongles and does not work with the cheapest dongles available.
I understand the problem with the short time step and the large data files. I import my data into a database on my PC before exporting portions of it to Excel. I need the short time step for some of the ways I use the data. I'm thinking about a solution.
CaniOn also has a short time step but it stores data directly into a database on the Android device.
I understand the lack of graphs compared with e.g. CaniOn but I don't think this is something I will be able to work on. Maybe a second app for offline graphs.
ÓBDZero does not reset alarms.
Moderator's note: David, thank you for this information.
This page last revised: 13 March, 2022