Thank you for the question.
It depends if your car sends its battery information in one of our supported protocols.
We have 'Hybrid Battery Packe Remaining Life' (parameter ID 40370) in our device, but this doesn't guarantee that the battery parameters will be read.
If you have the device you can check what obd parameters are read by sending SMS message to it:
SMS would be:<login> <password> obdinfo
Returns OBD info. Protocol, VIN, AdaptiveTiming value, requested PID counter, OBD application state, available vehicle PIDs, mil status, number of DTCs
For example: Protocol:6,VIN:WVWZZZAUZFW125650,TM:0,CNT:11,ST:PROTOCOL DETECTION,P1:0x98180001,P2:0x1,P3:0xE0800020,P4:0x0,Fuel:OFF,MIL:0,DTC:0,ID0
According to obdinfo response you can check available OBD parameters via OBD Pid Reader. OBD reader can be found here: https://www.glmsoftware.com/Downloads1.aspx
Protocol:6 – specifies car supported protocol
VIN:WVWZZZAUZFW125650 -specifies car vin number
ST:PROTOCOLDETECTION- specifies OBD application state
P1:0x98180001,P2:0x1,P3:0xE0800020,P4:0x0 - specifies available vehicle PIDs. These values specifies available parameters in car. If all pids values 0 (P1:0x0,P2:0x0,P3:0x0,P4:0x0), it means that OBD parameters is not readable.
MIL:0 - mil status, indicates state of the led(0- OFF, 1-ON)
DTC:0 - number of errors
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