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Torque Pro is an application for Android tablets and smartphones that interfaces with OBD2 enabled devices (via bluetooth or USB) and provides visual feedback in the form of gauges and digital readouts of the various parameters and values provided. Torque Pro is normally used with ICE cars, but by adding new parameters it can also be used by the IONIQ 5. The advantage of Torque Pro is that it is really flexible in graphing and displaying data.


On GitHub Torque Pro PIDs for Kia Soul EV, Kona Electric and E-Niro EV are posted by @JejuSoul here: OBD-PIDs-for-HKMC-EVs

I used the Kona and e-Niro PIDs in the above GitHub link as base for the IONIQ 5, because we know that also for e.g. free Car Scanner Android App the Kona settings work for a major part. The Kona PID's I started with can be downloaded here.

I added the missing Cell voltages (93 till 184, although I would expect only 180 cells :?: ). I adapted some calculations, because the IONIQ 5 has a larger battery pack and torque (72 kWh and AWD). Added battery temperature 5 and Tire Pressure/Tire Temperature and Odometer.

Short instruction on how to read the csv into Torque Pro is described here.

The latest "TorqueIONIQ5AWD74kWh.csv" can be downloaded here.
Changelog:
~Intial version based on Kona and e-Niro EV
~Source: GitHub 18 Aug 2019
~OBD-PIDs-for-HKMC-EVs/Hyundai Kona EV & Kia Niro EV at master · JejuSoul/OBD-PIDs-for-HKMC-EVs
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~Zuinige Rijder
~20210907 V1 Adapted for IONIQ 5 72 kWh AWD
~Added Cell Voltage 092 till 184
~Added 000_Battery Module 05 Temperature and 000_Battery Module 06 Temperature
~Changed some calculations to use 72 kWh instead of 64 kWh and use the Torque for the IONIQ 5 AWD 72 kWh
~Added experimental Odometer
~Added experimental Tires information
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~20210908 V2 Fixes and new features
~Fixed tire pressures
~Fixed Odometer
~Removed Battery Module 06 Temperature
~Shortened Short names of several formula's
~Fixed CALC Average Battery Module Temperature
~Fixed CALC Average Cell Voltage
~Added estimated charging time from current SOC to 80% for 2.3/3.7/7.4/11/50/100/150/175/350kWh chargers using evdatabase 10% to 80% estimations.
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~20210910 V3 All known battery temperatures
~Added 16 battery pack temperatures
~Removed inlet temperature
~Removed heater 2 temperature
~Shortened names even more, do not put e.g. T in shortname when the symbol is C, Same for V and A.
~Fixed Indoor and Outdoor to properly show Celcius
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~20210914 V4 Added vehicle speed and fixes
~Added 001_Real Vehicle Speed
~Fixed Max Power and Max Regen (253 kW)

I made an update to the IONIQ 5 PID's and made new screenshots with a nice background and information divided into several pages.
Screenshot of Tires Pressure, Tire Temperatures and Battery (Pack) Temperatures and some other related interesting information.
Automotive tire Yellow Font Line Screenshot




Screenshot of overview information. Note that the RPM2 will be shown when the Front Motor is working, RPM1 is for the Rear Wheel Motor. A Histogram of the Energy Power is also shown, e.g. handy if you are driving.
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And a screenshot of Charging related measurements. Note that you can design your own pages with the information you want with Torque Pro.
Font Line Audio equipment Engineering Screenshot


Screenshot of Cells 1 till 66
Product Rectangle Font Line Symmetry


I hope we can improve the PID's and even add missing PID's for the IONIQ 5. So help is appreciated.
 

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First post updated:

~20210908 V2 Fixes and new features
~Fixed tire pressures
~Fixed Odometer
~Removed Battery Module 06 Temperature
~Shortened Short names of several formula's
~Fixed CALC Average Battery Module Temperature
~Fixed CALC Average Cell Voltage
~Added estimated charging time from current SOC to 80% for 2.3/3.7/7.4/11/50/100/150/175/350kWh chargers using evdatabase 10% to 80% estimations.

 

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I am still missing Battery Temperatures and think currently some are wrong too. Maybe people can help solving the puzzle.:unsure:


There are 360 Cells, 2 x 180 Cells, 8 different Packs, 6 Packs of 4 Modules and 2 Packs of 3 Modules (30 Modules total).
I suspect each Pack has 2 temperature sensors, so 16 in total.

I suspect 21 battery related temperatures in the readouts. See screenshot:

Rectangle Font Technology Pattern Electric blue


I have also another readout:
~T01 = 20 C Battery Max Temperature?
~T02 = 18 C Battery Min Temperature?
~T03 = 20 C Battery 1 Temperature?
~T04 = 20 C Battery 2 Temperature?
~T05 = 20 C Battery 3 Temperature?
~T06 = 19 C Battery 4 Temperature?
~T07 = 19 C Battery 5 Temperature?

~T08 = 19 C ?Battery Inlet Temperature?
~T09 = 19 C ??

~T10 = 19 C Battery 6 Temperature?
~T11 = 19 C Battery 7 Temperature?
~T12 = 18 C Battery 8 Temperature?
~T13 = 18 C Battery 9 Temperature?
~T14 = 18 C Battery 10 Temperature?
~T15 = 18 C Battery 11 Temperature?
~T16 = 19 C Battery 12 Temperature?

~T17 = 18 C Battery Heater Temperature 1?

~T18 = 18 C Battery 13 Temperature?
~T19 = 19 C Battery 14 Temperature?
~T20 = 18 C Battery 15 Temperature?
~T21 = 19 C Battery 16 Temperature?

Therse are the Torque Pro Pids:
Code:
000_Battery T01,T01,0x220101,Signed(O),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T02,T02,0x220101,Signed(P),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T03,T03,0x220101,Signed(Q),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T04,T04,0x220101,Signed(R),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T05,T05,0x220101,Signed(S),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T06,T06,0x220101,Signed(T),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T07,T07,0x220101,Signed(U),-40,80,C,7E4

000_Battery T08,T08,0x220101,Signed(AO),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T09,T09,0x220101,Signed(AS),-40,80,C,7E4

000_Battery T10,T10,0x220105,Signed(J),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T11,T11,0x220105,Signed(K),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T12,T12,0x220105,Signed(L),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T13,T13,0x220105,Signed(M),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T14,T14,0x220105,Signed(N),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T15,T15,0x220105,Signed(O),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T16,T16,0x220105,Signed(P),-40,80,C,7E4

000_Battery T17,T17,0x220105,Signed(X),0,80,C,7E4

000_Battery T18,T18,0x220105,Signed(AN),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T19,T19,0x220105,Signed(AO),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T20,T20,0x220105,Signed(AP),-40,80,C,7E4
000_Battery T21,T21,0x220105,Signed(AQ),-40,80,C,7E4
I do not know the meaning of T08, T09 and T17. The others I am pretty sure of, because the Max, Min and 12 Pack temperature sensors match exactly the IONIQ 28 kWh EV PIDs.
 

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You might want to check up on the Ioniq 5 - Battery Overview Thread.
Jaz + Giora had gone over the battery size/packs/modules configuration on page1 on that thread.

If you are working on a general Torque PID file for I5, you might want to take into consideration the probable 2 extra battery modules expected to be supplied in the US models.
(8x4 in US) vs
(8x3)+(6*1) in RoW so far.
The codes for those modules are probably already accounted for.
 

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Sorry to hijack a little here.
Extra question: I plugged in a OBD2 module yesterday (vGate icar pro BLE4), but using an ios app (OBD Auto Doctor, and the unpaid version only output GPS speed :/
If Torque Lite/Pro is only for Android, would you have any recommendations on the evil iOS side ?
Most apps seems to need to be paid. Battery temp looks curious to monitor, so that is a minimum.
OBD Fusion costs 10 bucks. EVNotify ?
I could look for an old unused android phone in the house somewhere of course too :)
 

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@Zuinige Rijder: Just installed it. Will check the app next time I get in the car :) Hope to get more than just GPS speed. Even just the basic sensor readings would be good, and as you are obviously also interested, the battery voltage/temperatures. I'm itching to see how hot they get during a fast charging 350kw station vs idle temperature.

update: car scanner connects fine. Less info than what you are showing on torque. Thanks again for the tip!
 

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I made an update to the IONIQ 5 PID's and made new screenshots with a nice background and information divided into several pages.

~20210910 V3 All known battery temperatures
~Added 16 battery pack temperatures
~Removed inlet temperature
~Removed heater 2 temperature
~Shortened names even more, do not put e.g. T in shortname when the symbol is C, Same for V and A.
~Fixed Indoor and Outdoor to properly show Celcius

Screenshot of Tires Pressure, Tire Temperatures and Battery (Pack) Temperatures and some other related interesting information.
Black Yellow Font Screenshot Automotive tire



Screenshot of overview information. Note that the RPM2 will be shown when the Front Motor is working, RPM1 is for the Rear Wheel Motor. A Histogram of the Energy Power is also shown, e.g. handy if you are driving.
Tire Light Product Automotive tire Motor vehicle


And a screenshot of Charging related measurements. Note that you can design your own pages with the information you want with Torque Pro.
Light Font Line Engineering Electronic device
 

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Please consider submitting a pull request to JejuSoul's repository. This way multiple people can develop it at the same time and all the Hyundai/Kia EV PID info will be in one spot.
 

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@ev_chris I asked @JejuSoul already to incorporate the IONIQ 5 PID's, but no response (yet). There are already 4 pull requests waiting in the queue for more than one and a half year. But I added an issue, so people are aware of this forum topic and hopefully it will be merged sometime in Master.
 

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Just checked the available info, I think it's feasible to add support to the EV Watchdog App for the Ioniq 5.

If anyone with a Ioniq 5 and OBD2 adapter is willing to run some scripts for me that would be great.

More about the EV Watchdog App here: EV Watchdog
 

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@PharAstro Yes, rpm2 is working when the front motor is connected. I did drive in eco mode and the front motor was disconnected when I made the screenshot.
 
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