ZE50: a quick update
This morning I received a message from user @Minibiti reporting success on the ZE50 test code. This indicates our route to enabling CanZE for the ZE50 is probably solid. In aeronautical terms: the test flight was a success and we will now open up the envelope. Apart from a very small change that needs to be tested, it could be mostly boring table conversion work. Thank you Minibiti!
Oh no, thank YOU! 🙂
Great news! I’m also available to do some tests if needed!
Where can i Download the new Version?
Does a dongle with BT 3.0 Work?
Hi Jeroen – do you need additional logs, or are you OK with what you got from @minibiti? I found a konnwei dongle. 🙂
Jesper: only if the test screen ZE50, pedal position does NOT work after selecting ZE50 and ISOTP in the settings. But see the post I will publish in a few minutes……
There is something i Can do to try iOS app on muito ze 50?
Not sure Jorge. Maybe leave a comment on this issue thread. https://github.com/fesch/CanZE/issues/588 Fred usually sees this.
Hi. Just got my Konnwei KW902 BT Dongle and did a quick check on my R110 ZE50. Connection works and the pedal position is shown. Phone is Android…
Thanks for letting us know!
I too saw pedal position. Strangely, my phone lost connection to the konnwei kw902 after ~30 seconds and got NaN values. But while it was connected, it worked.
i tried the connection too and it works fine
1. time for 30 secs then disconnect
2. time after restart of the ELM for infinite time
Im ansious for new posts
Fair dinkum. LBC opens up fine, but not ECU’s are helpful. The CLIP documentation lists a lot of fields that seems to be there to be “compatible” with the older equipment, but lots of them simply do not work. Especially the torque’s are problematic.
I will soon release a new beta where at least things like battery cell temperature and voltages work.
Gogogo we trust in you
Hi Jeroen, Bob,
first, thanks for this community. Can we please get in touch rather quickly? I have at work a rented Zoe Z50 starting today for this whole week, and will be putting in on a dyno to do a kind of benchmark of the R135. I have a team of 4 engineers and 4 mechanics to help me with it available. We have in the past done several reverse engineering in other vehicles but have not experience/background with the Zoe.
Can we have a small colaboration? We need to know in which pins (I understood that the ZE50 have a gateway) we should sniff to get to the powertrain CAN. We have prosesional tools from Vector to work on the CAN Bus and we can correlaty torques/speeds with the measures from the dyno, so this will help you I gess
So please, can we get somehow in touch in a rather quick way?
Is there an idiot’s guide for configuration plus anything in particular you’re looking for?
Plugged in a Konwei KW902, connected to it and can see battery info, though like others I get mainly time outs – you do say in another post it’s possibly a performance issue with the dongle itself. Thing is all I have done is in settings pointed at the dongle, told it the car is a Zoe50 and set Miles as an option – is there anything else I shoudl do? i note someone above mentioned ISOTP, plus I also note there is an unticked check box for logging.