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  2. I'm trying to decide between a Tesla model 3 SR+ and a 2020 Kia Soul EV with 64kW battery and nominal 380km range. Both nominally can charge at up to 100kW, but if I plan a round trip from e.g. Vancouver BC to Val Marie SK, the round trip plans show ~4.5 hours total charging time for the Tesla vs 12.5 hours for the Kia Soul EV. Some of the difference is due to the Soul having sometimes to use slower 40 and 50kW charging stations, but most charging stops are at PetroCanada stations which are rated at 200 or 350kW, well above the 100kW nominal max rate for either vehicle. The plans show the Kia Soul taking much longer than the Tesla to complete a charge. For example, during the stop in Swift Current before heading to Val Marie, both vehicles charge from 10% to 87 and 89%, respectively. For the Tesla, the time is given as 27 minutes, vs 49 minutes for the Soul EV. The Tesla supercharger is rated for 250KW and the Petro Canada charger used by the Soul is rated for 200kW, so both vehicles should be able to charge at their maximum rates. Are the charge curves really so different? Or is the planner not doing a good job of modelling the charge times for one or both of the vehicles? How can I find out? The UI doesn't offer the 2020 Kia Soul as an option, so I chose "Kia Soul EV e-Soul 64 kWh". Thanks for any insight you can offer.
  3. I tried to edit Open Charge Petro Canada - Thunder Bay it incorrectly shows qty 2 40KW CHAdemo and CCS should be 2 each 200KW CCS, 100KW CHADemo
  4. Dugald MB also has been added to Open Charger... Petro-Canada [Non-Networked] Operated by Non-Networked CCS, 2 stalls, 50kW 55097 Provincial Road 207, Dugald, MB 49.82057, -96.93417 Access times: 24 hours daily Phone: 800-668-0220 204-222-1926 Edit Charger in NREL.gov (Alt Fuel Stations API)
  5. Brandon MB has been added to open charger... Petro-Canada [Non-Networked] Operated by Non-Networked CCS, 2 stalls, 50kW 100 Highland Ave, Brandon, MB 49.88632, -99.94032 Access times: 24 hours daily Phone: 800-668-0220 204-725-1262 Edit Charger in NREL.gov (Alt Fuel Stations API)
  6. Whitewood, SK as also been added to Open Charger... Petro-Canada [Non-Networked] Operated by Non-Networked CCS, 2 stalls, 50kW 1203 Hwy 1, Whitewood, SK 50.33342, -102.25906 Access times: 24 hours daily Phone: 306-735-2565 800-668-0220 Edit Charger in NREL.gov (Alt Fuel Stations API)
  7. And Regina has been added to Open Charger. Petro-Canada [Non-Networked] Operated by Non-Networked CCS, 2 stalls, 50kW 2910 E Quance St, Regina, SK 50.44645, -104.54106 Access times: 24 hours daily Phone: 800-668-0220 306-721-3335 Edit Charger in NREL.gov (Alt Fuel Stations API)
  8. I continue to look for these errors, I found Petro Canada Medicine Hat is also using the misinformation, so I added the station in Open Charger, here is the incorrect info. Petro-Canada [Non-Networked] Operated by Non-Networked CCS, 2 stalls, 50kW 2900 Box Springs Blvd NW, Medicine Hat, AB 50.07171, -110.75426 Access times: 24 hours daily Phone: 800-668-0220 403-528-8976 Edit Charger in NREL.gov (Alt Fuel Stations API)
  9. The new App on my Android fails to send to my Tesla.
  10. Description: Show user specific charging costs for the charging stops from abrp planning algorithm. Use Case: On my latest 1200km trip from Amsterdam to Madonna di Campiglio in Italy abrp both was very helpfull and also needed much more attention compared to the Tesla Supercharger planner in my Tesla Model 3. Starting to plan this route I noticed abrp algo shows charging points with no cost for the calculated charging stops (in Germany at EnBW and Innogy for example). I solved this by setting prefer&avoid settings per network on the map. Currently this very much improves planning to competitive abrp plans vs Tesla Supercharger planner. Nb further improvement would be to also manage prefer&avoid setting in my abrp profile but keep the option to set prefer&avoid from the planning map. Does abrp algo have the data to calculate specific charging costs based on user specific availability of charging provider/network/platform passes and/or provider/network/platform apps? For example the Ionity €8 flat fee made planning over Ionity significantly cheaper than EnBW/Innogy that abrp algo also suggested without Ionity preference. This summer I will travel to France and I understand that using the french Freemiles charging pass will provide charging at a €4 per hour flat fee.
  11. Use case: Show correct charging costs for the charging stops from abrp planning algorithm. On my latest 1200km trip from Amsterdam to Madonna di Campiglio in Italy abrp both was very helpfull and also needed much more attention compared to the Tesla Supercharger planner in my Tesla Model 3. Starting to plan this route I noticed abrp algo shows charging points with no cost for the calculated charging stops (in Germany at EnBW and Innogy for example). I solved this by setting prefer&avoid settings per network on the map. Currently this very much improves planning to competitive abrp plans vs Tesla Supercharger planner. Nb further improvement would be to also manage prefer&avoid setting in my abrp profile but keep the option to set prefer&avoid from the planning map. Does abrp algo have the data to calculate specific charging costs based on user specific availability of charging provider/network/platform passes and/or provider/network/platform apps? For example the Ionity €8 flat fee made planning over Ionity significantly cheaper than EnBW/Innogy that abrp algo also suggested without Ionity preference. This summer I will travel to France and I understand that using the french Freemiles charging pass will provide charging at a €4 per hour flat fee.
  12. Hi... just got my hand on the 2017 e-golf (36 kWh) and just ordered the ODBeleven dongle .. I read that it can send data via email .. will this help ?
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  14. Description: ABRP automatically skips intermediate stops if you come close, I would like to prevent this, especially on direct return trips. Use Case: select option to not skip intermediate stops, activating this results in not skipping waypoints that have been specified in the route. only the automatically planned charging stops can be skipped Remember, the more details you can add, the faster we can build out new features!
  15. Hi Mack, As for Torque, as said earlier in this thread, it doesn't matter what values you choose. Grtz, John
  16. We prioritize OCM over NREL precisely for the reasons laid out (NREL's data is seriously lacking, but better than nothing). Once your edits are approved in OCM we'll pick them up in our next pass (within 24 hours).
  17. Can someone share their profile settings for a Kona EV, it will save me a headache trying to find the correct info. Cheers.
  18. I found multiple Petro Canada sites with the same errors... they seem to link to NREL which is bogus, incorrect info etc, these sites are not pulling from Open Charger.org I have added the missing sites in Open Charger all that remains is abetterrouterplaner needs to have these sites removed and the Open Charger info pulled in, I have also updated costing Petro Canada in BC since Jan 21st, 2020 is 0.27 cents a minute see www.petro-canada.ca/ev Petro-Canada [Non-Networked] Operated by Non-Networked CCS, 2 stalls, 50kW 5498 Patricia Bay Hwy, Victoria, BC 48.53783, -123.38970 Access times: 24 hours daily Phone: 250-381-5432 800-668-0220 Edit Charger in NREL.gov (Alt Fuel Stations API) Petro-Canada [Non-Networked] Operated by Non-Networked CCS, 2 stalls, 50kW 1100 North Terminal Ave, Nanaimo, BC 49.18255, -123.95351 Access times: 24 hours daily Phone: 800-668-0220 250-753-6292 Edit Charger in NREL.gov (Alt Fuel Stations API) Petro-Canada [Non-Networked] Operated by Non-Networked CCS, 2 stalls, 50kW 5498 Patricia Bay Hwy, Victoria, BC 48.53783, -123.38970 Access times: 24 hours daily Phone: 250-381-5432 800-668-0220 Edit Charger in NREL.gov (Alt Fuel Stations API)
  19. Here in North America our CHAdemo can be as high as 100KW as the case with Petro Canada, I know as my 2019 Soul EV pulled 69KW when I was at Canmore Petro Canada
  20. Home and Work favorites are coming in the next App release!
  21. @Bo (ABRP) and I are looking for some volunteer help keeping up with the forums. We love the enthusiasm and support you've all shown here, the bug reports are excellent so keep them coming! It's been hard to find a good balance between working on new features / fixing bugs and answering questions here on the Forums. We definitely want to stay fully engaged on the forums, but think it'd be more valuable to keep that engagement focused on the topics we can provide the best insight as the developers. If you're interested in volunteering here's what we'll give you: Title signifying you as an official forum rep for ABRP Trial access to new builds of the app and new features What we'd like you to do: Help answer questions as you're able Send us questions you don't know how to answer. Moderate discussions If this interests you send me a Message with your application which includes your experience with EVs / ABRP, and your reasons for applying and we'll get you started! Thanks again for all you do to help make ABRP an even better tool for EV drivers!
  22. That explains it! If the stations are open and ready for use, all you need to do is edit them in OCM to show that, and we'll pick it up as soon as it's approved!
  23. This is one we've tracked for a while, and think we have a good idea for how to implement. It's lower priority than our app work for now, but we definitely like the idea!
  24. Very sorry about this one, we've fixed it and we'll roll it out in the next release! In the meantime, loading a saved plan without that setting should restore a good setting and solve the problem.
  25. This is the first time I’ve use the app, and when setting up a route, the app repeatedly crashes when selecting the “Avoid on route - car live data” option in the route settings. Originally I was just testing out all the options, and changed “Avoid on route” to “car live data.” Now I cannot change the setting since the app crashes every time. Running on latest non-beta iOS 13.3.
  26. KPeak

    Ipad settings

    Are you able to click on the ABRP logo? If so, select Preferences and you can change them there.
  27. Quick question! Has the Polestar 2 Alpha been updated after they changed the WLTP from 500km to 470km?
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