PwrMon: Trip Power Chart
Web chart showing average speed, power & energy use on the road
Version 1.2 by Michael Balzer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The plugin calculates average speed (kph), power (kW) & energy use (Wpk = Wh/km) from the
odometer, altitude and energy counters (metrics
so the vehicle needs to provide these with reasonable precision & resolution.
The optional module plugin continuously records and stores the metrics history, so the chart can load the last 20 km (by default) when opened. The chart will then continue to add live metrics data. Without the module plugin, the chart will only display live data.
The chart is zoomable and can be panned along the X axis. The four data series can be selected and shown/hidden as usual by clicking on the series names in the legend, click into the chart to highlight a specific data point.
The live data may be more accurate than the data stored by the module plugin, as it will react directly to the odometer change, while the module plugin can only check the odometer once per second.
Version 1.2 changes the file and transfer encoding from JSON to CBOR. Upgrading is strongly recommended, as this has a substantial performance gain for both the module (scripting engine) and the web user interface (loading the chart).
pwrmon.htmweb plugin, recommended setup:
Label: Trip Power Chart
Add line to
pwrmon = require("lib/pwrmon");
script reloador evaluate the
No live config currently. You can customize the sample interval (default: 0.3 km) and the history size (default: 20 km) by changing the constants in the code. The storage file and interval (1 km) can also be changed.
On the web plugin, you can customize the live sample interval (default 0.3 km, doesn’t need to match the module plugin) and the initial zoom (default: 8 km).
The persistent history storage file is
/store/usr/pwrmon.cbor by default. It needs
~10 kB with the default configuration. If space is tight on your
/store partition you can
change the file location to
/sd/… in the source code or disable the file by setting
an empty string as the filename.
pwrmon.dump('CBOR') -- dump recorded history data in CBOR format (binary) pwrmon.dump() -- dump (print) recorded history data in JSON format pwrmon.data() -- get a copy of the history data object