Ok, here is a 1 Hour charge capture. The car was down to 4 bars left when I started the charging cycle. The BMS spent the first 15 minutes planning the charge, then it actually started charging for the next 45 minutes. It created 4,135,275 records in that hour, so Gary you can figure 6 hours at 240v will create something like 24,811,650 records. At the end of the hour capture you should be able to see when I pressed the button on the charge handle and stopped the charge cycle, unplugged the J1772, opened the car door and stopped the capture.
Here is the CAN file:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/rz4y19szmre9v ... 98_1HC.zip
For those that don't realize it you can see the active data logging activity on the ODBlink LED (it flashes) when activating individual devices in the car with nothing else going on. This makes it relatively easy to isolate what device in the car sends what data on the CAN bus. For example you can open the car door and see data on the CAN bus is getting logged. In this way it would be pretty easy to figure out what devices in the car relate to what data is being send on the CAN bus (just by switching things on/off and writing down what you did at that time in the capture.
Since Gary has got the CAN-Do program to the point where any of you could start capturing data with an inexpensive ODBlink device, you may want to try it. I can explain how to capture log files with the CAN-Do program, its not hard to do.
Here are some sources for the OBDLink SX Scan Tool:
http://www.amazon.com/OBDLink-SX-OBD-II ... B004IAGNNG
Of course it would be really cool if we could ditch the USB wire and use this BT device with the CAN-Do program:
STN1110 Bluetooth OBD-II Adapter
http://batman.homelinux.com/blog/blueto ... i-adapter/
John - 2012 Silver i-MiEV SE model, Jan 19th, 2012 w/OpenEvse, caniOn,& OVMS.