today I got some interesting info from Hyundai service guys. I visited because I have problems with my right wing mirror and asked them the following: is there an option for coming over with an OBD2 logger and to try to record what commands need to be sent to be able to open and close windows, lock/unlock the car and most important, set the AC unit. Surprisingly, after I told the service guy about AutoPi and showing him the interface (not much to see in my case, only GPS location, 12 V battery chart and HV battery state of charge chart) he was actually interested. At least it looked like it
I told him I’d be willing to pay them for an hour or 2 so I/we could play with their tablet and record the data flowing through OBD2.
My question is the following: AFAIK the Ioniq needs to get some data and it will reply. It doesn’t transmit anything unless asked to. This is a good thing in this case I think
What would be the best way to log the data so I could later know what is what? I’m not really good with scripting.
My plan was to go there with my laptop and connect directly to AutoPi to execute commands.
Can someone give me a tip what to look for, where to save results and so? I know I’ll put the jumper in to keep RPI ON.
Another question (I’ll also try that this evening), can I monitor OBD2 traffic by just plugging in another CAN device (ie. Sparkfun OBD2 UART adapter)? If so, then I can monitor what Hyundai’s tablet PC sends to car and see replies back
@Daniel_Senic here’s the tag you asked for