EvBatMon for i-MiEV is now available for download


If you have an Android device you can now install the app and find out important things like the battery degradation.

The app is no longer in beta testing and now costs 9,90 €.


If you don’t have a compatible OBD2 device you can buy one here.


It’s a good idea to get one with a on/off switch, so you don’t drain your 12 V battery when you’re not using it.

Now it will be easier to test the reliability of the more recent LEV50N cells. If your i-MiEV, C-Zero or iOn was built after the 2012 summer you might be lucky enough to have them.

Feel free to share your battery data in the comment section.



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Pedro Lima

I grew up on a tough neighborhood and am not a privileged guy, my true nature is violent, even if I try to hide it because I'm not proud of it. I try to overcome my violent nature by learning more about geeky things like batteries, but I'm far from being an expert and don't pretend to be one. I also graduated in Sociology, to learn more about others and pacify myself.

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Those are excellent news! Hope they release as well a version for the Renault ZOE as the free app is a bit unreliable.

    1. Unfortunately caniOn is only compatible with a very expensive ODB and doesn’t show the battery state of heath. Which is very useful for doing a simple and fast test and then buy an used car.

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