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  2. gsmdbari

    New user from Seattle!

    Where are you from? Seattle, WA USA What car do you drive? Our new AWD Long Range Tesla Model 3 What's the longest trip you've taken in your EV? No trips yet except local. Trip coming up to Washington wine country in Walla Walla, 5+ hours each way. -Don R.
  3. Yesterday
  4. I am new to ABRP, and trying to log in to the site in the car. When I click on Settings -> More Settings, and click on ARBP log, the window appears very briefly and the disappears. Is this a known issue, something I can work around?
  5. Last week
  6. Jilldris

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    Ah ok! 👍
  7. JohnT

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    The very early Leafs don't display a battery percentage but that changed around 2013. On my car (2016 24kWh) the percentage display blanks out when you get to very low battery levels so I was extrapolating to say that 0% is also 0 Gids. But the indications are that this is the case.
  8. Jilldris

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    Thanks! I understand. What made me confused was that the car would show in the dash that there is battery remaing until you reach 0 Gids, eg even past the point you have reach turtle. But maybee I missunderstood that? Beacuse is there even a % number in the dash for remaining battery in Leaf24/30kWh as in the Leaf40kWh?
  9. JohnT

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    Yes, for the 24 and 30 kWh models Gids is universally believed to be a measure of the available energy remaining, in 80Wh units. Low battery warning accours at 49 Gids, Very Low Battery Warning at 19 Gids and the turtle appears at 5 Gids 🙂
  10. JohnT

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    I'm having trouble getting any information on the Live screen on ABRB while driving a route. I'm not sure what I am doing wrong yet but I'm sure it is my error. Possibly something to do with GPS not being active on one or other of the two devices even though I thought it was. I have attached a spreadsheet with some calculations from today's test, along with a photo of Leafspy at the end of the trip (I couldn't remember how to do a screen shot on my old S2 that I use as the second device). ABRB calculated the trip as consuming 3.3 kWh while my actual on basically the same route was around 4.4 kWh. Part of this may be the fact that the aircon was on and consuming around 1kW according to the Leafspy screen shot taken after I stopped. I appreciate that there is a compromise between making the user setup simple and model accuracy but the reference consumption @ 110km/h makes it difficult to judge the effect of fixed loads such as climate control at much slower speeds. That said, I don't think it is a major issue. I can't get my head around the fact that I get very accurate modelling of battery levels in ABRB and yet the plan summary shows quite different km/kWh to what I achieve in practice. There is no way I'd expect 8.3 km/kWh on this trip, even with climate control turned off. It is mixed urban and rural including some significant changes in elevation. If the consumption is being accurately reported then the planned usage points back to a battery capacity of around 17 kWh. The actual capacity is somewhere around 21kWh and I did the planning based on 10% battery degradation in the settings. In summary, I'm very happy that ABRB does a great job but until the plan summary consumption more closely matches reality there is a lingering doubt that it is just coincidental that my trip charge levels match the ABRB plan. abrb1.ods
  11. JohnT

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    Hi Jason, I did some more testing today (24 kWh) and the computed battery % was always slightly over what I saw on the dash. Around 1% at 70% battery level for example, less at lower levels, with my Ahr sitting at 58.45. I'm pretty happy with that but in terms of the equation Gidmax may be more like 283 rather than 281. I don't often charge right up to 100% but next time I do I'll be sure to check immediately with Leafspy and ABRB.
  12. Jilldris

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    It is my parents that drive the Leaf 40kWh. I will see if I can check during the weekend if I am there how the new computation works. But maybe more people here also have 40kWh Leaf? I am trying to get my father to use ABRP but he think is it a little difficult. I hope that if we get the ABRP% to match the display % it will make more sense for him. The splitscreen tip from Stefan_K was also good, he likes having Leafspy up to check battery temp. Splitscreen for LeafSpy and mapless mode seems nice to avoid having to use two devices.
  13. noradtux

    Submitting live data through NOT torque

    Ok, I can work with this info. Thanks.
  14. Jason (ABRP)

    Submitting live data through NOT torque

    Yes, absolutely! For the Ioniq all you need to do is send two types HTTP GET requests. One when you first start a session telling me what units you're sending me, a second at the intervals you want to send me data. The format of the two requests is: Units: http://abetterrouteplanner.com:4441/ioniq_data?eml=jason@abetterrouteplanner.com&session=123456789&time=1536275713174&defaultUniteeba76=C&defaultUnite50c2b=%... Data: http://abetterrouteplanner.com:4441/ioniq_data?eml=jason@abetterrouteplanner.com&session=123456789&time=1536275713174&keeba76=4.4&ke50c2b=55.23... Just add a "k" in front of each PID in the data, and a "defaultUnit" in front of each PID in the Units. For reference, I really only need units for the GPS speed, elevation, OBD Speed and Temperature, the rest doesn't change much user-to-user. The format I generally see is: F or C for temperature, kmh or mph for speed, and ft or m for elevation. I prefer everything in metric, but I've got conversions in place if you give me imperial instead. PID Names: # "email": "eml", # email of user, identifies user "time": "time", # time at which data was taken # "torque_id": "id", # torque ID, identifies user "session_id": "session", # session ID, keeps trips together. Useful for eventually offering viewer. "pack_current": "eeba76", # A "pack_voltage": "e6f992", # V "pack_power": "e0484f", # kW "pack_soc": "e50c2b", # % "pack_capacity": "ea9e51", # % "charger_power": "e52d8a", # unitless, 1 or 0 depending on if charging is taking place "obd_speed": "ee4ea0", # km/h "gps_speed": "ff1001", # km/h "gps_elevation": "ff1010", # m "gps_lon": "ff1005", # deg "gps_lat": "ff1006", # deg
  15. JohnT

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    I had a brief look yesterday Jason. The battery% was about 2% different to the dash. I'll look at the leafspy data over the weekend.
  16. Jason (ABRP)

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    By the way, how is the new computation working for you all? If possible, do we have folks with each model (24/30/40)to check in on the accuracy compared to the dash %?
  17. noradtux

    Submitting live data through NOT torque

    Hi, I am working on collecting data from my Ioniq through a Raspberry Pi. I'd like to send that data to ABRP. I can't quite figure out how to emulate Torque's webrequests, so I'd like to know if there is some other way of transmitting the data? Maybe something JSON based? Or maybe someone could point me to how ABRP expects the "torque"-data to look. Regards Malte
  18. Jilldris

    More Supercharger Options

    ok, that is very good!
  19. Guest

    ABRP 3.5.2 Release Notes

    And the same with ChaDemo chargers 😊
  20. Jason (ABRP)

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    Give a try to saving ABRP to your home screen, that'll get rid of the address bar at the top of the webpage. You should get a small popup at the bottom of the screen with the offer when you first load up the page. Guess I need to look at making sure the mapless display doesn't bleed over onto its buttons on very small displays, haha!
  21. Stefan_K

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    Hi, ist Workshop! 🙂 👍 And because of the need I figured out how to use it on one device. So I split the screen so I could use it on one device 💡 And it worked.
  22. Guest

    ABRP 3.5.2 Release Notes

    Great job, very helpful. It would be great to select CCS chargers with 2,4 or more Stalls to avoid queueing.
  23. Jason (ABRP)

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    These equations are currently being used to calculate the actual ABRP % currently, and yes, I'm using separate constants for each Leaf model. I pasted the code up above somewhere with the constants I'm using. @Stefan_K and @JohnT, I checked the log and I had a stupid little error in the processing (Didn't properly convert the variable type to a number before asking it to do the math). It should be better now, let me know if you continue to see issues.
  24. Jason (ABRP)

    80% charge cap on 50kwh chargers

    Interesting, I haven't encountered a cap on any of the 50kW chargers I've used in my Bolt. Everything I've used has been time-gated or not gated at all, you can charge as long as you like. That seems overly restrictive, as there are sometimes gaps between chargers that you wouldn't be able to make (especially in an e-Golf) without charging to 100%. That being said, I would agree that charging to 89% is suboptimal in this case, we'll have to take a look at the planning algorithm to see why it suggests that. On winter conditions, we don't factor into charge time, but driving consumption you can set the outside temperature and the rain / snow to add some consumption to the drive. We don't have it well dialed in to the Golf yet, so take it with a grain of salt, but it should be pretty close. (personal pet peeve - kWh is a measure of the energy in the battery, kW is a measure of the flow of energy into the battery. One kW for one hour yields one kWh of energy in the battery.)
  25. Jason (ABRP)

    More Supercharger Options

    It will use the charge power vs SoC curve, but it won't necessarily adjust for the maximum current output of the charger, so it might overestimate how fast you can charge. If you're using a charger in our database the power and current / voltage should be used. Either way, we always use the curve, but it may be an optimistic curve.
  26. Jilldris

    More Supercharger Options

    I like both suggestions! Regarding adding the charger as waypoint, I have also done that some times to acchive this. However it comes with the drawback that you need to specify the charge power manually, it does not use the charge power vs SOC curve for the car, right?
  27. Jilldris

    Alpha Feedback - Nissan Leaf

    @JohnT I mean the Dash battery %. Yes that equation looks better. Intresting data. So with the 24kWh version it is possible to drive the car until LeafSpy shows 0 Gids and it is not until then the dash shows 0%? @Jason (ABRP) These equations will then be used to calculate the actual "ABRP %" shown in ABRP when you use live data? Which will hopefully correspond quite good with the Leaf Dash%, However how will the correlation to avalible energy be? Is avalible energy calculated as "ABRP %" multiplied with a constant for each Leaf type? Or are you calculating avalible energy as (Gids-Gids_min)*GidsEnergyConstant?
  28. JF (egolf)

    80% charge cap on 50kwh chargers

    Description: Hi , great tool by the way. this is what I was looking for. But the estimation of charging is not accurate since most cars will stop charging at 80% on fast charging stations (50kwh) Link to Plan: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=07ff9617-4ec7-4606-9333-75ab9153b00e Replication Steps: in this case, leaving St-Hubert I should be at 80% after 20 mins, and should be near 10% when arriving at BRCC - Laurier Station. Driving a e-Golf 2018 Also, does it factor in winter conditions? thanks , I'll continue using it and provide feedback
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