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I have a 2017 model Ioniq SE. My home charger is an Ohme.
The UK Ioniq does not have an app which sadly means the Ohme app is not fully functional for me.

However I was thinking that since the Ioniq does have an App in other markets, isn't it likely that UK ones may actually have an (unused) API, raising the possibility of Ohme Interfacing with it?

Failing that I have previously asked them whether they could add a manually entered current battery percentage & they indicated that they were looking into it.

I know that there are ways around this - I use them - but it would be nice to have a fully working Ohme app!
 

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You're really not missing very much !

There is an opportunity for the Ohme app to interface with the Leaf app but when I allowed it to do so, results were very erratic. Seemed to work much better when I refused Ohme access to my Leaf app and just told it to charge as much as possible when price below whatever cap I chose.
 

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You're really not missing very much !

There is an opportunity for the Ohme app to interface with the Leaf app but when I allowed it to do so, results were very erratic. Seemed to work much better when I refused Ohme access to my Leaf app and just told it to charge as much as possible when price below whatever cap I chose.
Interesting & a little disappointing. I generally set my limit at 5p kWh - the 4 hours on Octopus Go can usually fill the battery if I need it.
 
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