nico wrote:I found this article which brings some information about the current sensor in the Miev:
Battery Management System Hardware Concepts: An Overview
by Markus Lelie, Thomas Braun, Marcus Knips, Hannes Nordmann, Florian Ringbeck, Hendrik Zappen and Dirk Uwe Sauer
Appl. Sci. 2018, 8, 534; doi:10.3390/app8040534
I note that this article refers to several example EVs, not just the iMiEV, e.g. the Smart 4-2, Tesla.
Further in the document, we find that the sensor is a LEM CAB300 which has these specifications: ...
• Unipolar + 12 V battery power supply ...
• Output signal: CAN.C (500 kbps)
This must be the LEM current sensor for another vehicle. The iMiEV sensor (yes, a LEM, but they make a lot of sensors) operates from 5 V and the output is analog, not CAN.
Information on the iMiEV current sensor can be found here: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=4718