Buskraut wrote:The preconditioning option applies to all charge times. I would like to be able to precondition during the week (when I leave at the same time every day), and not precondition on the weekend (when I would like the car charged, but have no idea when I will leave).
AFAIK, you can't do this now with iRemote.
You have three precondition entries, and each one of them can be selected to apply on one or more days. So, if I understand your post, the car CAN do what you want now. It's not as easy to do, since they use icons rather than words for getting into some of the functions, but it can be done, on both the app and at the car. Once you figure it out, it's then quite easy. So, you could use one entry to precondition before you leave in the morning, a second entry to precondition before you leave to come home, and the third one is optional for whatever. You can always tell the car to precondition without going into the timers, and it starts immediately (assuming it can be reached by the server!).
I'm not sure the vehicle can tell you the exact incoming voltage...it can determine if it is around 120 or in the range of 240, and adjust the path into the power supply, but as to acting like a voltmeter, that function may not be there and would require additional hardware. I'm not sure what it uses to limit the power in so it doesn't overload the circuit on current. It might be able to determine the amps, but it could also be an analog computer type of circuit.
I'd like the app to have a help or tutorial on how to use all of its functions! Many of them are self-explanatory, but some are a bit obtuse.