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I've hacked in a way to display SOC% on the oldest 2011-2013 LEAF! The solution wasn't as elegant as I'd hoped for 馃槀, but now I don't need to take out Leafspy to check the SOC anymore! More info in the video description for anyone curious

 

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It might be neater if you swapped the values around.

Use the hours field for 0, 1, 2 x 33% and the minutes field for the remainder.

So 50% would show as 1:17
66% would show as 2:00 etc?

It would mean the unused digit goes away, and also puts the numbers the "right way" around where we expect the larger field on the left.

Also, for ease of headmaths, a round number like 20 or 30 might work better for the multiplier?

Infact if the multipler was 50, it'd be even simpler. below 50 you'd get 0:00 thru 0:49 and above 50 you'd get 1:00 to 1:50 (or 1:49, 2:00)
 

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It might be neater if you swapped the values around.

Use the hours field for 0, 1, 2 x 33% and the minutes field for the remainder.

So 50% would show as 1:17
66% would show as 2:00 etc?

It would mean the unused digit goes away, and also puts the numbers the "right way" around where we expect the larger field on the left.

Also, for ease of headmaths, a round number like 20 or 30 might work better for the multiplier?

Infact if the multipler was 50, it'd be even simpler. below 50 you'd get 0:00 thru 0:49 and above 50 you'd get 1:00 to 1:50 (or 1:49, 2:00)
This is a great idea, BUT, the minutes side only increments in steps of 6, so the only possible values for this is 0-6-12-18-24-30etc. So to do that you'd have to accept some rounding, but I wanted a display that shows true SOC. Dang limitations of the ZE0 :D
 

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This is a great idea, BUT, the minutes side only increments in steps of 6, so the only possible values for this is 0-6-12-18-24-30etc. So to do that you'd have to accept some rounding, but I wanted a display that shows true SOC. Dang limitations of the ZE0 :D
Ah thats annoying!
 
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