Unfortunately right now there are none in the US.
I bought one of these directly from obdii365.com,Yes, but I see that one comes from China so try to find one that ships from within the US.
Also in case you don't realize it you will need a USB-serial adapter to connect it to the PC. Those are readily available and cheap but they may not all work, the first one I tried didn't.
Thanks a lot for checking! What OBD2 reader do you use? Also, what was your USOC?I've just confirmed that the Car Scanner app for Android is able to read the IMA parameters including SOC and USOC. The app lets you select a vehicle profile from a list, I chose Honda Hybrids and when it connected the data was available. This is cool, didn't think it was possible without HDS. Of course you still can't modify anything, to reset the USOC will require HDS or OBD C&C.
I also tried Torque Pro and the IMA items were not available, perhaps they can be added as custom PIDs.
Adding custom PID's might be possible,. but you have to know what they are.I also tried Torque Pro and the IMA items were not available, perhaps they can be added as custom PIDs.
So you just reset the USOC to 75% and did nothing else, also no discharge cycle? Then this might be the go-to method for me. This is something I can do in the undergound parking of the appartment building I live in.As stated, the Android Car Scanner app with a cheap ELM327 Bluetooth adapter I bought a while ago to use with Torque.
My USOC is 75, I already knew that because I have both an HDS clone and Peter's C&C. It was much lower when I first got the car but I reset it (without a grid charge) almost a year ago and it's remained there.
Ngl, I'm pretty green to this HV battery stuff. Breen trying to keep up with Peter Perkins threads and the stuff discussed here but man.. y'all AP courses and I feel like I'm in 3rd grade still.😭.Yeah dunno what's up with that since there is no battery coolant.
But what about that 31% usable capacity?