Torque is an application for Android tablets and smartphones that interfaces with OBD2 enabled devices (via Bluetooth or USB) and provides visual feedback in the form of gauges and digital readouts of the various parameters and values provided.
Torque is normally used with ICE cars but by adding new parameters can be used by the Ioniq Electric EV.
The advantage of Torque is that it is really flexible in graphing and displaying data.
Many of the codes are identical to those found for the Kia Soul EV.
The Soul EV has a battery by SK Innovation.
It has 192 polymer pouch type cells, they are laid out in a series string of 96 sets of 2 parallel cells.
The IONIQ EV has a battery by LG Chem.
It has 192 polymer pouch type cells laid out in a series string of 96 sets of 2 parallel cells.
The Torque Pro codes to measure the cell voltages for these two cars are identical.
This is somewhat surprising since the physical layout of the cells into modules is not the same.
The codes for the BMS are on github https://github.com/JejuSoul/OBD-PIDs-for-HKMC-EVs