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  2. Description: Detailed description of the feature you want to add. Use Case: Describe how you would use the feature, or how often. This helps us assess prioritization on new features. Remember, the more details you can add, the faster we can build out new features!
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  4. Description: The ability to see the chargers along the route by colour - say orange for 0-50Kw, blue for 50-130kw and green for > 130kw Use Case: With the roll out of faster and faster chargers and new EVs being able to take advantage of them - it would be really helpful to see the chargers and make a decision to maybe deviate from the route to find a much faster charger where available. It should in theory be quite a simple fix to add this.
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  7. Jason, I have one and I'm also a computer programmer so If I can do anything to help, please ask! Daniel
  8. Unfortunately I don't have a 2019 Bolt to test with, but at the very least I've updated the API so that anything over 100% SoH is reported as 100% to avoid causing problems with the planner.
  9. No, this is a thorn in our side for a while. We're not sure how to tell the Tesla nav that the charger we want to use is a supercharger. A workaround that we think should do the trick is zooming in on the address we sent and then manually selecting the charger as the destination. It's a little bit more work-intensive, but should do the trick especially if it's cold outside.
  10. @Fivedoor - Thank you very much for this detailed information, your timing is perfect! I just finished (finally) analyzing the charging data for the Bolt, and you were right, our original charge curve was quite optimistic at high SoC: I've released the updated models based on these new charge curves, so you should see much closer matches to reality now (except for under cold-weather conditions - I have yet to perform that analysis and figure out the special-case charge curves to add).
  11. Rest assured we'll post here when we have something beta-worthy. We're trying to do it right and build out a really strong foundation for the app which will hopefully save us time in the long run, but getting started takes the longest. To implement CarPlay / Android Auto requires us to first have a functional app (and has a lot more hoops to jump through for approvals), but it is absolutely high on our list of priorities. Expect this to come after we have a mostly functional app.
  12. You can rename the saved plan after the fact on the listing, but we'll consider adding an input for this.
  13. This is kind of intentional, that way you don't have to know what your car's internal L2 limit is. We've considered adding a DC/AC switch to the display but haven't gotten around to it yet.
  14. Thanks to all who have contributed data to help improve the planner! Without you, we wouldn't be able to plan routes with such accuracy. We've finally achieved enough data (and I finally had time to sit down and analyze it!) to produce updated real-world charging models for many of the EVs you've been providing live data. Before we start, it's important to understand that the baseline curve is a best-case curve which planner limits based on real conditions (like the charger's maximum current output). In the future we'll be implementing other limitations, such as battery temperature. First up is the Chevrolet Bolt (pre-2020): Some really interesting features of this data! To start with, our charge curve for the Bolt has been highly optimistic for some time. This matches up with my experience when charging. The next thing I note is the many "warmup" ramps under 50% SoC, these are likely preset cold-battery curves, and I will be revisiting these in the coming months as we work on our cold weather models. At the moment, our charging model is relatively naive, assuming a single curve for all conditions. It also seems like the step-downs also vary depending on condition, but generally are within the same several percent of each other. Next we've got the Hyundai Ioniq (28kWh): In this case, our original estimate was a little pessimistic. Tapering too early and too harshly. The actual performance is quite impressive. Maintaining full charge over 60kW all the way to nearly 80%! The middle "shelf" in the curve corresponds to the max power on a 50kW charger, limited only by the battery voltage and the charger output current. The final feature that's quite apparent is the 94% DCFC cutoff (The line is extended to 100% along the L2 power level). Next for an interesting chart is the Hyundai Kona / Kia Niro / Kia Soul (64kWh): All three vehicles share a powertrain, though we only had enough data from the Kona to produce a charge curve. We'll be applying this charge curve to all three models. The chart has some interesting characteristics. First, there's a lot of "shelves" in the chart, where either the car is throttling itself by requesting a lower amperage. This is likely due to colder batteries, but interesting that there seem to be preset levels that don't change as charging warms the car. Finally, and longest coming, we've finally got enough of the right kind of data from the Nissan Leaf to produce full driving and charging models! This post will only focus on the charging models, I may post an analysis of the Leaf driving when I have some more time in the future, but those models have all been updated. Nissan Leaf (24kWh): Some interesting features here, there seems to be a lot of variability in the charge rates on the Leaf, different taper points, and taper rates. This suggests some realtime optimization by the battery management, and likely some compensation for degradation on the battery. As I have time to dig into building out more detailed charging models this will be an interesting avenue of analysis! Nissan Leaf (30kWh) Our original estimates were pretty close to the bounding max power curve, though as those who own a Leaf can probably attest, it seems that often it follows a more limited power curve. Again, likely managed by the BMS and limited by conditions. Nissan Leaf (40kWh): The 40kWh leaf definitely presents a more consistent charging experience than previous models, with a few lower-power "shelves" likely just due to lower-current chargers. At the moment we only have Leaf e+ 50kW charging data, since very few are in the wild and even fewer >50kW Chademo stations are available yet. Once that data is available we'll make a separate post for that (and other cars which are ready for updates. Hope you've found this data interesting, and more importantly - use it to plan some exciting trips!
  15. To verify and improve our models we need your feedback. There's many ways we could use help if you actually own one: Drive a plan and compare it to the actual battery used. Drive a plan with the browser active, and update your actual battery percentage in the browser. Contribute data via OBD or other methods. The best way to improve the data is to provide data directly from the car. Connecting your car not only improves the models, but allows you to follow up directly in the car while driving! We have several ways of doing that, but we need your help to figure out what will work with your car: An OBD reader can be used in concert with a custom app like LeafSpy, or a PID list and Torque Pro. If your manufacturer has an API to access data from the car we can set up access to that API, like we do for Tesla If you're familiar with either of these, contact me at jason@abetterrouteplanner.com and I'll help figure out what we need to do to connect your car! Thanks for providing feedback!
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  18. I'm also having this issue on my 2019 Bolt. Do we have a workaround yet or is disabling that pid still the best option?
  19. Hey folks, any update on likleyhood of iOS carplay app ?
  20. Same thing for me. There is a Petro-Canada with a level 3 charger that I don't see on the map. I only see a level 2. When I force the settings to 150kW of power, it just put 5h in grey and don't include it in the total duration of the trip.
  21. Description: Add a field to enter a title for a saved plan. Use Case: When planning long distance trips I often have to save multiple versions of the trip for a variety of factors. These can include hotel stops at different locations along the route; different places for longer stops for meals or feeding the dogs; or different settings like goal arrival charge or reference speed percentage. Having a title field will allow easier identification of which version is which when I've got 3 or 4 versions of the same plan saved that have minor details that are different.
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  25. I'm having the same issue on my 2019 Bolt. I read on Reddit that the car needs a few discharges below 10% followed by full recharges to 100% to "wake up" this PID. I don't know if it's true, but since my car is not even 2 months old and has a little over 3000km on the odo and I've never gone lower than about 25% charge yet and only charged to 100% a couple of times, my experience to date seems to be compatible with that theory... even if not very conclusive. I guess I'll need to push it a little more to find out. Can anybody prove this theory wrong?
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    Description: The route from Speyer, Germany to SuC Bruchsal, Germany is not right Link to Plan: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=42fe6a31-6c4b-4082-acf8-675bcc6e1809 Replication Steps: Start: Mittelkämmererstraße, 67346 Speyer Destination: Bruchsal, Germany [Tesla] If you add a waypoint by clicking on the map right next to SuC Bruchsal, Germany the route is calculated absolutely right: Google Maps:
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