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Posted: Sat Nov 25, 2017 10:20 am
Just did first charge with canIon running and wondering what is normal and what is sign of impending trouble? The only numbers that looked weird to me were individual cell temp during charge. Highest was 34 degrees and lowest was 27. I cannot figure out how to attach image from my desktop but I do have a screen shot from the tablet.
Posted: Sat Nov 25, 2017 10:52 am
That doesn't seem to be out of line or an issue. The BMU will throw a DTC if a cell temperature exceeds 60C, or goes below -30C, otherwise it will just run the pump and fan as needed. You can go back after charging and everything has settled down to see if one cell is reading out of line or not.
For temperature i would suspect more of a sensor or wiring issue before a bad cell, plus the cell voltage would be way out of line if it were internally draining and heating up.
Posted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 4:37 am
The difference is temperature seems perfectly normal after a charge. Some cells always end up hotter than others. In particular, one of the last sensors (64 or 65, I think) usually shows the highest temperature after finishing a charge. It usually goes down quicker afterwards, too. Malm has theorized it might be close to the inverter so that's why it detects higher temperatures than the others.
Posted: Fri Dec 01, 2017 5:16 pm
MY STN1170 dongle is not showing up when my android device(s) scan for Bluetooth connections. It is flashing an amber LED. I don't see in the manual what this means. Any ideas?
Posted: Sat Dec 02, 2017 9:10 am
Have you pressed any 'buttons' on the dongle, to make sure the bluetooth is active, so then the android device can see it?
Posted: Sat Dec 02, 2017 2:41 pm
jray3, I haven't fired up my STN1170 for some time but will be happy to send you mine as I've now been using the OBDLink unit. You're right, the manual barely addresses the blinking light:http://ahdesign.us/blog/obdii/STN1170_Bluetooth_OBDII_Manual.pdf
You might try contacting Andy at AH Design directly -http://ahdesign.us/blog/stn1170-bluetooth-obdii-adapter/
Posted: Mon Dec 04, 2017 8:03 am
This may be old news to some, but the latest release of CaniOn (v141) has added the battery capacity parameter (Ah or Ampere-hours). Previously, this parameter had been available using the EvBatMon app or the iCarsoft i909 Scanner, in addition to Mitsubishi's professional MUT3.
On CaniOn, Ah shows up as a numeric on the (manually programmable) myTripTimer and myTripTimer2 screens or it has its own screen which shows the capacity over the last 5, 10, 20, 50, or 100 activations (selectable by tapping on the "last xx" on the Ah screen.
Recall, on CaniOn, the various screens can be enabled or disabled by tapping on the screen title and selecting "Settings"