Quick status post and a TPMS question

  1. looks like we have solidly past 6200 users. A user is defined as having the app installed on at least one device running under it’s account, for somewhere in the last month. It is not a run metric.
  2. Guess what I have on my driveway now on loan for a full week. Watch this space……..
  3. I have understood that most TPMS functions are available on the ZE50 natively. Would it be prudent to disable them for a ZE50? Or asked differently, is there anything a ZE50 needs regarding TPMS that is NOT already natively in the car and that we offer today for the earlier models?

6 Comments on “Quick status post and a TPMS question

  1. Grats on the milestone, and on the ZE50 loan. You’ll want one after the week is out I’m sure. 😉

    For me personally, the TPMS implementation in the native UI of the ZE50 is plenty sufficient. I mostly care about what Renault didn’t want us to know regarding SoH, cell health, temperatures, charging power etc. – Other owners may have different use cases.

  2. 1. Not bad! This is a must have for any EV geek 🙂
    2. A ZE50?? 😛
    3. The dashboard does display the tires pressure indeed. What I do not know 100% is how it handles things when I will change to the summer rims/tires. I am told it should just work… For now you can maybe allow the TPMS functions for the ZE50 but read only?

    • 2. uh huh, Mrs. guinea pig 😉
      3. I am contemplating: *IF* the read functions still work more or less unmodified, do that. If not, just hide the screen for the ZE50

  3. Jeroen

    FYI only, I use CanZE about monthly to check battery SoH, and very occasionally the other functions on the lourney to visit my daughter 250km away.

    PeterY

    • Of course I think you are missing out on a lot 😉 But seriously, it’s absolotely fine! As long as it does what works for the users.

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