So yes and no. 2224DF only represents while driving, not while charging, while 2414 represents all the time. From my notes:This PID:
MG Current ?,?MG A1,2224DF,(Signed(A)*256+B)/10,-600,600,A,7E1
Seems to give pretty much double the value of this PID:
HV Current,HV Amps,222414,(Signed(A)*256+B)/20,-200,500,A,7E1
Which seems not weird, looking at the divider.
2224DF - very similar to below, but a little bit stronger, and only while moving
222883 - was MGA Current (2885 is MGAV) (current values are usually /20, but this would probably be /10)
- very similar large spikes while driving, between -3000 to +3800
- almost 0 while still, -15 to -25 but varies rapidly
## could this be actual motor-side voltage or current or torque??
** ABSOLUTE correlations to accelerator position and speed **
- generally speaking it does track with HV current
- don't forget that if we want to compare to HV current, then need to subtract off the baseline current is (about 15A)
- i.e. look at 0 speed, figure out HVC, use that to subtract from moving HVC to compare to this