Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

How exciting. I'd much rather a 150 mile range EV Micra. Or they decided to just buy everyone a shiny tesla :D

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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

No no no.

150-200 mile eNV200!


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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

How about a 300 mile Tesla van?

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Thu Sep 29, 2016 4:26 pm
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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

Tesla = $$$$

In general my sister lives 90 motorway miles away, and if I'm driving it's cos we're taking furniture or stuff, so I need a say 120 mile tank to offset load and speed.

The 30kwh Leaf will do my other regular rural trips to Ripon and Harrogate and back, but my 24kwh won't do Ripon return. (It does Harrogate return)

Cant afford insurance on both ice van and leaf for too many years (£1600) so definitely want a 40kwh van.


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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

(when i say tesla i'm just trying to keep on topic.. i have a habit of causing threads to go somewhat off them ;) )

Yeah i can see why that'd be frustrating. I'm rather interested in this new Zoe though. There's long been rumours of Renault offering a battery upgrade program for existing cars.. i doubt they will.. but it'd be good if they did! (That said the interior of the new Zoe looks awesome so perhaps i'll just trade up to a new one next year)

Of course that doesn't help you with your furniture removals.. but i'd be surprised of Nissan don't release an upgraded battery pack for theirs soon too.

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Ha, someone found my Tesla JSON project! Indeed, I wrote it with the eventual intent of creating an Indigo plug-in, but I never made much progress because other things got in the way.

Unfortunately, your script needs some serious work. More importantly, it would be much better if it were a plug-in. If someone with UI experience wants to help me, I'm willing to collaborate on an open source project for a proper Tesla JSON plugin. Let me know.

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Tue Nov 29, 2016 11:51 am
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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

gglockner wrote:
Ha, someone found my Tesla JSON project! Indeed, I wrote it with the eventual intent of creating an Indigo plug-in, but I never made much progress because other things got in the way.

Unfortunately, your script needs some serious work. More importantly, it would be much better if it were a plug-in. If someone with UI experience wants to help me, I'm willing to collaborate on an open source project for a proper Tesla JSON plugin. Let me know.

Ha! Glad you're here.

Sadly, I'm just lucky I got it to where it works - would love to have it as a plugin, but I'm not the one who can help you.

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Tue Dec 13, 2016 1:50 am
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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

Hi
Just Uninstalled my Nissan Leaf plugin and bought a Tesla :-)

Have a question about this script, it runs perfectly and i get alot of variables, but is there any way to to get distance in KM insted of in Miles? a get all temperatures in Celsius

(I know i can convert veriable to a different variable, but was hoping not to)

/Martin

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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

Gusten wrote:
Hi
Just Uninstalled my Nissan Leaf plugin and bought a Tesla :-)

Have a question about this script, it runs perfectly and i get alot of variables, but is there any way to to get distance in KM insted of in Miles? a get all temperatures in Celsius

(I know i can convert veriable to a different variable, but was hoping not to)

I'm surprised Tesla doesn't send odometer & speed following the GUI settings in the car. If they're not, then we'd need to modify the plugin to also send km and k/hr.

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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

This version adds speedm and odometerm variables for our metric friends. It also changes the speed var to '0' from 'None' when the car is not moving.

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Current version at end of thread.
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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

Hi
Thanx

Is it possible to get the batteryrange as well in metric ?

Another question, i get the 10sec warning when running this script as embedded and it shuts down
(It changes the variables så it seems to be workning)
But it annoying, anyone else get this? Or do you run it as a file?

/Martin Gustafsson

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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

Gusten wrote:
Hi
Thanx

Is it possible to get the batteryrange as well in metric ?

Another question, i get the 10sec warning when running this script as embedded and it shuts down
(It changes the variables så it seems to be workning)
But it annoying, anyone else get this? Or do you run it as a file?

/Martin Gustafsson

I run it as a file - it often takes more than 10 seconds.

This version adds: battery_rangem, charge_miles_added_idealm, charge_miles_added_ratedm, est_battery_rangem, ideal_battery_rangem. (Yes, I get the irony of adding 'm' to a variable containing 'miles.'

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""" Simple Python class to access the Tesla JSON API
https://github.com/gglockner/teslajson
The Tesla JSON API is described at:
http://docs.timdorr.apiary.io/
Example:
import teslajson
c = teslajson.Connection('youremail', 'yourpassword')
v = c.vehicles[0]
v.wake_up()
v.data_request('charge_state')
v.command('charge_start')
"""

try: # Python 3
   from urllib.parse import urlencode
   from urllib.request import Request, urlopen
except: # Python 2
   from urllib import urlencode
   from urllib2 import Request, urlopen
import json
from math import radians, cos, sin, asin, sqrt
import datetime

class Connection(object):
   """Connection to Tesla Motors API"""
   def __init__(self,
         email='',
         password='',
         access_token='',
         url="https://owner-api.teslamotors.com",
         api="/api/1/",
         client_id = "e4a9949fcfa04068f59abb5a658f2bac0a3428e4652315490b659d5ab3f35a9e",
         client_secret = "c75f14bbadc8bee3a7594412c31416f8300256d7668ea7e6e7f06727bfb9d220"):
      """Initialize connection object
      
      Sets the vehicles field, a list of Vehicle objects
      associated with your account
      Required parameters:
      email: your login for teslamotors.com
      password: your password for teslamotors.com
      
      Optional parameters:
      access_token: API access token
      url: base URL for the API
      api: API string
      client_id: API identifier
      client_secret: Secret API identifier
      """
      self.url = url
      self.api = api
      if not access_token:
         oauth = {
            "grant_type" : "password",
            "client_id" : client_id,
            "client_secret" : client_secret,
            "email" : email,
            "password" : password }
         auth = self.__open("/oauth/token", data=oauth)
         access_token = auth['access_token']
      self.access_token = access_token
      self.head = {"Authorization": "Bearer %s" % self.access_token}
      self.vehicles = [Vehicle(v, self) for v in self.get('vehicles')['response']]
   
   def get(self, command):
      """Utility command to get data from API"""
      return self.__open("%s%s" % (self.api, command), headers=self.head)
   
   def post(self, command, data={}):
      """Utility command to post data to API"""
      return self.__open("%s%s" % (self.api, command), headers=self.head, data=data)
   
   def __open(self, url, headers={}, data=None):
      """Raw urlopen command"""
      req = Request("%s%s" % (self.url, url), headers=headers)
      try:
         req.data = urlencode(data).encode('utf-8') # Python 3
      except:
         try:
            req.add_data(urlencode(data)) # Python 2
         except:
            pass
      resp = urlopen(req)
      charset = resp.info().get('charset', 'utf-8')
      return json.loads(resp.read().decode(charset))
      

class Vehicle(dict):
   """Vehicle class, subclassed from dictionary.
   
   There are 3 primary methods: wake_up, data_request and command.
   data_request and command both require a name to specify the data
   or command, respectively. These names can be found in the
   Tesla JSON API."""
   def __init__(self, data, connection):
      """Initialize vehicle class
      
      Called automatically by the Connection class
      """
      super(Vehicle, self).__init__(data)
      self.connection = connection
   
   def data_request(self, name):
      """Get vehicle data"""
      result = self.get('data_request/%s' % name)
      return result['response']
   
   def wake_up(self):
      """Wake the vehicle"""
      return self.post('wake_up')
   
   def command(self, name):
      """Run the command for the vehicle"""
      return self.post('command/%s' % name)
   
   def get(self, command):
      """Utility command to get data from API"""
      return self.connection.get('vehicles/%i/%s' % (self['id'], command))
   
   def post(self, command):      
      """Utility command to post data to API"""
      return self.connection.post('vehicles/%i/%s' % (self['id'], command))


try:
   indigo.variables.folder.create("Tesla")                                 # Create Indigo variable folder if necessary
except ValueError:
   pass

try:
   indigo.variable.create("teslaUserName", value="Need Tesla Motors e-mail", folder=str("Tesla"))      
except ValueError:
   pass

try:
   indigo.variable.create("teslaPassword", value="Need Tesla Motors password", folder=str("Tesla"))      
except ValueError:
   pass


c = Connection(indigo.variables["teslaUserName"].value, indigo.variables["teslaPassword"].value)
v = c.vehicles[0]

for k,i in v.items():
   try:
      indigo.variable.create(str(k), value=str(i), folder=str("Tesla"))      
   except ValueError:
      indigo.variable.updateValue(str(k), value=str(i))

v.wake_up()

# for k,i in v.data_request('mobile_enabled').items():
#    try:
#       indigo.variable.create(str(k), value=str(i), folder=str("Tesla"))      
#    except ValueError:
#       indigo.variable.updateValue(str(k), value=str(i))

try:
   indigo.variables.folder.create("Tesla Charge")                                 # Create Indigo variable folder if necessary
except ValueError:
   pass

for k,i in v.data_request('charge_state').items():
   try:
      indigo.variable.create(str(k), value=str(i), folder=str("Tesla Charge"))      
   except ValueError:
      indigo.variable.updateValue(str(k), value=str(i))

try:
   indigo.variables.folder.create("Tesla Climate")                                 # Create Indigo variable folder if necessary
except ValueError:
   pass

for k,i in v.data_request('climate_state').items():
   try:
      indigo.variable.create(str(k), value=str(i), folder=str("Tesla Climate"))      
   except ValueError:
      indigo.variable.updateValue(str(k), value=str(i))

try:
   indigo.variables.folder.create("Tesla Drive")                                 # Create Indigo variable folder if necessary
except ValueError:
   pass

for k,i in v.data_request('drive_state').items():
   try:
      indigo.variable.create(str(k), value=str(i), folder=str("Tesla Drive"))      
   except ValueError:
      indigo.variable.updateValue(str(k), value=str(i))

try:
   indigo.variables.folder.create("Tesla GUI")                                 # Create Indigo variable folder if necessary
except ValueError:
   pass

for k,i in v.data_request('gui_settings').items():
   try:
      indigo.variable.create(str(k), value=str(i), folder=str("Tesla GUI"))      
   except ValueError:
      indigo.variable.updateValue(str(k), value=str(i))

try:
   indigo.variables.folder.create("Tesla Vehicle")                                 # Create Indigo variable folder if necessary
except ValueError:
   pass

for k,i in v.data_request('vehicle_state').items():
   try:
      indigo.variable.create(str(k), value=str(i), folder=str("Tesla Vehicle"))      
   except ValueError:
      indigo.variable.updateValue(str(k), value=str(i))

#
# Create Metric vars
#

try:
   speed = int(indigo.variables["speed"].value)
except ValueError:
   speed = 0
odometer = float(indigo.variables["odometer"].value)
batteryRange = float(indigo.variables["battery_range"].value)
chargeMilesAddedIdeal = float(indigo.variables["charge_miles_added_ideal"].value)
chargeMilesAddedRated = float(indigo.variables["charge_miles_added_rated"].value)
estBatteryRange = float(indigo.variables["est_battery_range"].value)
idealBatteryRange = float(indigo.variables["ideal_battery_range"].value)



speedm = int(speed * 1.609344)
odometerm = odometer * 1.609344
batteryRangem = float(int(batteryRange * 1.609344 * 10) / 10)
chargeMilesAddedIdealm = float(int(chargeMilesAddedIdeal * 1.609344 * 10) / 10)
chargeMilesAddedRatedm = float(int(chargeMilesAddedRated * 1.609344 * 10) / 10)
estBatteryRangem = float(int(estBatteryRange * 1.609344 * 100) / 100)
idealBatteryRangem = float(int(idealBatteryRange * 1.609344 * 100) / 100)

try:
   indigo.variable.create(str("speed"), value=str(speed), folder=str("Tesla Drive"))      
except ValueError:
   indigo.variable.updateValue(str("speed"), value=str(speed))

try:
   indigo.variable.create(str("speedm"), value=str(speedm), folder=str("Tesla Drive"))      
except ValueError:
   indigo.variable.updateValue(str("speedm"), value=str(speedm))

try:
   indigo.variable.create(str("odometerm"), value=str(odometerm), folder=str("Tesla Vehicle"))      
except ValueError:
   indigo.variable.updateValue(str("odometerm"), value=str(odometerm))

try:
   indigo.variable.create(str("battery_rangem"), value=str(batteryRangem), folder=str("Tesla Charge"))      
except ValueError:
   indigo.variable.updateValue(str("battery_rangem"), value=str(batteryRangem))

try:
   indigo.variable.create(str("charge_miles_added_idealm"), value=str(chargeMilesAddedIdealm), folder=str("Tesla Charge"))      
except ValueError:
   indigo.variable.updateValue(str("charge_miles_added_idealm"), value=str(chargeMilesAddedIdealm))

try:
   indigo.variable.create(str("charge_miles_added_ratedm"), value=str(chargeMilesAddedRatedm), folder=str("Tesla Charge"))      
except ValueError:
   indigo.variable.updateValue(str("charge_miles_added_ratedm"), value=str(chargeMilesAddedRatedm))

try:
   indigo.variable.create(str("est_battery_rangem"), value=str(estBatteryRangem), folder=str("Tesla Charge"))      
except ValueError:
   indigo.variable.updateValue(str("est_battery_rangem"), value=str(estBatteryRangem))

try:
   indigo.variable.create(str("ideal_battery_rangem"), value=str(idealBatteryRangem), folder=str("Tesla Charge"))      
except ValueError:
   indigo.variable.updateValue(str("ideal_battery_rangem"), value=str(idealBatteryRangem))

#
#    Calc distance from Tesla to Home and present in the owner's GUI preference.
#
lat2 = float(indigo.variables["homeLatitude"].value)
lon2 = float(indigo.variables["homeLongitude"].value)
lat1 = float(indigo.variables["latitude"].value)
lon1 = float(indigo.variables["longitude"].value)

# Calculate the great circle distance between two points
# on the earth (specified in decimal degrees)
# http://stackoverflow.com/posts/4913653/revisions

# convert decimal degrees to radians
lon1, lat1, lon2, lat2 = map(radians, [lon1, lat1, lon2, lat2])

# haversine formula
dlon = lon2 - lon1
dlat = lat2 - lat1
a = sin(dlat/2)**2 + cos(lat1) * cos(lat2) * sin(dlon/2)**2
c = 2 * asin(sqrt(a))

if indigo.variables["gui_distance_units"].value == "mi/hr":
   distFromHome = float(int(c * 3956 * 10)) / 10 # Nautical Miles to Miles
else:
   distFromHome = float(int(dist * 6371 * 10)) / 10 # Nautical Miles to Kilometers

try:
   indigo.variable.create(str("teslaDistanceFromHome"), value=str(distFromHome), folder=str("Tesla"))      
except ValueError:
   indigo.variable.updateValue(str("teslaDistanceFromHome"), value=str(distFromHome))


#
#    Readable timestamp of last GPS update
#
timestamp = datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(int(indigo.variables["gps_as_of"].value))

try:
   indigo.variable.create(str("teslaLastGPSTime"), value=str(timestamp), folder=str("Tesla"))      
except ValueError:
   indigo.variable.updateValue(str("teslaLastGPSTime"), value=str(timestamp))

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Sat Dec 17, 2016 12:05 pm
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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

Thanx, working perfectly

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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

Hi,

Any chance of turning this into a real plugin for Indigo?
Picking up my Model S in a few weeks time and would be great to push / pull info via these scripts and be able to log them via Matplotlib :lol:

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Tue Jan 03, 2017 3:49 pm
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Re: Tesla Model S & X Script for Indigo

petematheson wrote:
Any chance of turning this into a real plugin for Indigo?


I just released a separate Tesla Control plugin for Indigo, based on the teslajson library that I wrote. More information in this thread: viewtopic.php?f=182&t=17728

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