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Open Source Teslalogger on Raspberry / Docker with ScanMyTesla integration

bassmaster

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Update​

we made a couple of updates to the dashboard: "Timeline Plugin".
It is now translated, use your prefered units, maps will be rendered even without MapQuest key. There are links to other dashboards. Try it out and let me know if you like it and what are you missing.

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bassmaster

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Oct 23, 2017
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Update: Teslalogger can now send data to Abetterrouteplanner.​

Abetterrouteplanner is an awesome tool to calculate routes but also to track in real time, in the car if you still make it to the destinations. It takes into account intermediate destinations, foreign charging stations, desired SOC at the destination, etc.... Who has not tried it yet, should do it:

I've always used it for planning, but never entered my credentials there, so I've missed out a lot of great features, like sending the SOC to ABRP. So I always had to copy&paste SOC while driving....

Now the Teslalogger has an interface to Abetterrouteplanner.

Advantages:​


- You don't have to give your credentials to 3rd party
- You can switch it on / off at any time
- There is no risk that the car can't sleep when two services access Tesla API.

What data is sent to ABRP?​


- Timestamp
- SOC
- Speed (Important for the calibration of the specific consumption)
- Is charging in progress?
- Power (Important for calibration of specific consumption)
- Position (Important for calibration of specific consumption)

How to turn it on?​


Menu / Extras / Abetterrouteplanner
It's a bit complicated, so there's a YouTube video for that:


Please give me some feedback if the setup worked for you and if it was understandable.​

 

Update: Teslalogger can now send data to Abetterrouteplanner.​

Abetterrouteplanner is an awesome tool to calculate routes but also to track in real time, in the car if you still make it to the destinations. It takes into account intermediate destinations, foreign charging stations, desired SOC at the destination, etc.... Who has not tried it yet, should do it:

I've always used it for planning, but never entered my credentials there, so I've missed out a lot of great features, like sending the SOC to ABRP. So I always had to copy&paste SOC while driving....

Now the Teslalogger has an interface to Abetterrouteplanner.

Advantages:​


- You don't have to give your credentials to 3rd party
- You can switch it on / off at any time
- There is no risk that the car can't sleep when two services access Tesla API.

What data is sent to ABRP?​


- Timestamp
- SOC
- Speed (Important for the calibration of the specific consumption)
- Is charging in progress?
- Power (Important for calibration of specific consumption)
- Position (Important for calibration of specific consumption)

How to turn it on?​


Menu / Extras / Abetterrouteplanner
It's a bit complicated, so there's a YouTube video for that:


Please give me some feedback if the setup worked for you and if it was understandable.​


Just followed the instructions in Menu/Extras/Abetterrouteplanner without issue, but getting the following errors in the logfile (I can raise in github if you prefer):

19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'AVG Max Range' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'AVG Consumption' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'AVG Trip Days' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'AVG SOC Diff' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Update: /etc/teslalogger/tmp/Grafana/Alle Verbräuche - ScanMyTesla.json
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Convert to language: en
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'Battery power [kW]' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'Battery heater temp [°C]' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'Inside temp [°C]' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Title of /etc/teslalogger/tmp/Grafana/Alle Verbräuche - ScanMyTesla.json not translated!
 

bassmaster

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Just followed the instructions in Menu/Extras/Abetterrouteplanner without issue, but getting the following errors in the logfile (I can raise in github if you prefer):

19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'AVG Max Range' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'AVG Consumption' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'AVG Trip Days' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'AVG SOC Diff' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Update: /etc/teslalogger/tmp/Grafana/Alle Verbräuche - ScanMyTesla.json
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Convert to language: en
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'Battery power [kW]' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'Battery heater temp [°C]' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Key 'Inside temp [°C]' not Found in Translationfile!
19.04.2021 12:14:28 : Title of /etc/teslalogger/tmp/Grafana/Alle Verbräuche - ScanMyTesla.json not translated!
These are just warning there are some not translated keys. But the Abetterroutplanner feature is working and sending data to ABRP?
 
Yes, of course i do. Wanted to post them earlier but forgot and couldn`t edit my post.

ABRP:
Screenshot 2021-04-20 070901.jpg

Logfile from that time:
Screenshot 2021-04-20 202318.jpg

Showing it is Enabled:
Screenshot 2021-04-20 202442.jpg



It does seem to work. My Data is refreshing as it seems. My new location and "Kalibrierter Referenzverbrauch" are up-to-date and last update was at 19:12but still not Authorized.
 

bassmaster

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Oct 23, 2017
122
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Germany
Yesterday Abetterrouteplanner has been hacked. That's why Teslalogger is perfect: you don't need to share your credentials with a 3rd party service.

 
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@bassmaster I noticed an issue with the integration with ABRP.

My wh/MI calcs were off on the ABRP side so I dug in trying to figure out why.

It looks like ABRP is dividing the speed by 1.6 compared to what it actually was.
I'm guessing it's setup to receive values in kM/h instead of MPH? (I have TeslaLogger set to use MPH)

I took a quick sample at the same timestamps. (Based on remembering how fast I was going TeslaLogger has the correct value)
#1 TeslaLogger graph shows I'm going 72MPH, ABRP graph shows I'm going 45MPH
#2 TeslaLogger graph shows I'm going 46MPH, ABRP graph shows I'm going 28MPH
 
@bassmaster I noticed an issue with the integration with ABRP.

My wh/MI calcs were off on the ABRP side so I dug in trying to figure out why.

It looks like ABRP is dividing the speed by 1.6 compared to what it actually was.
I'm guessing it's setup to receive values in kM/h instead of MPH? (I have TeslaLogger set to use MPH)

I took a quick sample at the same timestamps. (Based on remembering how fast I was going TeslaLogger has the correct value)
#1 TeslaLogger graph shows I'm going 72MPH, ABRP graph shows I'm going 45MPH
#2 TeslaLogger graph shows I'm going 46MPH, ABRP graph shows I'm going 28MPH
I'll do a test later to see if this fixes the issue on the ABRP end if I change TeslaLogger to use KM/h.

I would really rather use MPH long term though.
 

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