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I previously published a datasource for Tesla Motors Battery Statistics - which presents compelling vehicle battery and charging information that is fetched from the Tesla REST API. To complement those efforts, I've written a few other Tesla Motors LogicModules that return a variety of different, but still interesting, datapoints - including a ConfigSource that displays configuration information about the vehicle itself (are the doors locked? Is the sunroof open?) The following is a list of all the Tesla Motors LogicModules now available (see the above-linked post for additional info on how this all works.) DataSource 'Battery Statistics' tracks battery and charger performance and health metrics (previously posted to the Exchange but included here for sake of keeping everything together.) The datasource name is TeslaMotors_BatteryStatistics and has lmLocator DXLLKY. DataSource 'Climate Statistics' tracks inside and outside temperatures, as well as driver and passenger temperature settings. The datasource name is TeslaMotors_ClimateStatistics and has lmLocator YZRWXC. ConfigSource 'Car Configuration' collects textual configuration data, cleans it up and makes it easily readable (screenshot attached.) The configsource name is TeslaMotors_Configuration and has lmLocator GRY9AE. DataSource 'Location Data' tracks compass heading, latitude and longitude, and power. The datasource name is TeslaMotors_LocationData and has lmLocator AYWYWA. DataSource 'Odometer Reading' does exactly what you might expect. The datasource name is TeslaMotors_BatteryStatistics and has lmLocator HHJRDJ.
UPDATE: Check out the full suite of Tesla LogicModules in a more recent community post - including statistics for battery/ charging, climate, location, odometer, and configuration. Tesla Motors provides owners of their vehicles with a web portal - and an HTTP REST API - that can be used to retrieve vehicle performance and configuration data (in JSON format.) Using the embedded Groovy scripting functionality of a LogicMonitor DataSource, we can query the Tesla API - and bring that data back into LogicMonitor. Once we have the data, we can display it in meaningful ways (a dashboard for our Dashboards,) or perform calculations to create complex datapoints - like tracking "Average Energy Cost per Mile." Assuming that you’re not getting the electricity for free at a Tesla Supercharger station, that is... A little Googling will assist with the API key retrieval - there are a couple of scripts and/ or CURL commands that can be used to facilitate this process. The datasource name is TeslaMotors_BatteryStatistics and has lmLocator DXLLKY. Screenshot of some included graphs: