No. Just adds an unnecessary & in my opinion, pretty useless parameter:The main things Pro gives you are logging and the ability to change some of the car's settings like the door automatic locking function. Something about rotating the tyres too.
I though GIDs were the Nissan units that the BMS uses internally.
The thing is, the battery option is not 62kw but 60, so does this mean incorrect readings if Leaf Spy calculates SOC etc using the incorrect battery capacity?In my view if you are paying out for a OBD2 Dongle, then you might as well pay out a bit more for LEAFSPY PRO - I find it really useful when on a run - it tells me exactly how much battery capacity remains. This enables me to make a judgement to precisely how much range is left and when to recharge the battery.
There are many other uses which makes it a worth while purchase, but it really depends on an individual personal judgement as to whether the cost out weighs benefits.
This video might help to make an informed choice also I have put together a PDF that sets out how to use LEAFSPY PRO and how to interpret the readings.
Leaf Spy Lite vs Pro | What is Leaf Spy | How-To Use It
I think as well it could show how often its been put on a charger, so if it is 2500 charges but only done 30000 miles this works out as an average of 12 miles then charged.. not great for battery life.One feature (in the free version as well) is the number of charges - QC = rapid charges, L1/L2 = 3 and 7kw charges.
Could be useful if buying a used Leaf as you will know whether the owner has mainly used rapid chargers.
Careful making assumptions like this. The charge counter is incremented twice if you have the car's charge timer enabled - once when you plug the car in, and again when it actually does start charging, doubling the apparent number of charges figure.I think as well it could show how often its been put on a charger, so if it is 2500 charges but only done 30000 miles this works out as an average of 12 miles then charged.. not great for battery life.