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  1. hi, I did plan and drove a trip that abrp wasn't able to plan as a single trip! I did run my ioniq ev from Montréal to Vancouver and back to Montreal in 14 day's! Yes 34 fast charge to get halfway and back on a 10'000km journey with 200km range and some areas without service (no lvl 2 and no lvl 3) for 230km gaps! An average above 700km daily, single driver without backups! I currently own a French Canadian Facebook page named 'Grands voyageurs électrique'. A site that offers help and show amazing road-trips with less then a drop of petrol based fuel! Like a chevy spar
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  2. Hi @David Kartnaller, @Daniel F, @protomech, We're happy to announce the following Energica models have just been added today; EGO EGO+ EVA EsseEsse9 EVA EsseEsse9+ EVA Ribelle (Along with the BMW iX3 and SKODA Enyaq) /Katya
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  3. Hi @sandros87, Yes, calculations do take in account that you would not have to use as much energy, when going downhill. /Katya
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  4. Hi @Der_Ingo, Hope it is alright that I reply in English, my German is not very good these days 😅 There are indeed a lot of settings to get to know and we're working on making a how-to / manual, however I cannot promise when it'll be available. 1. 'Network preferences' (Netzwerkvorgaben) is for setting preferences for different charger networks. You can prefer say, Allego over Ionity or completely avoid all Tesla chargers etc. For making these type of settings you'll currently have to click a charger on the map, then do 'prefer or avoid //// network' (priorität von ////).
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  5. During route planning but also while charging ABRP shows the planned start and target percentage. I assue internally ABRP knows how many kWh has to be charged. Would it be possible to show the planned amount of charged kWh so one could estimate the price using his charging card? Example output: 23% - 83% (20 kWh)
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  6. Avoing chargers is permanent for all future route plannings until you allow these chargers again.
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  7. Hallo Ingo Man kann derzeit nicht Ladesäulen mit zu geringen Ladeleistungen aus der Routenplanung ausschließen, man kann nur zwischen DC und/oder AC Ladesäulen wählen.
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  8. @arao99In settings the reference speed is set to 10%. This means that at a 80km/hr road, the planner plans with a speed of 10%*80=8 km/hr:
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  9. If you save the trip and post the link here I can see if I get the same. Which platform? iOS or Android?
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  10. Is there a way to prefere higer power charger for exampel over 100 kW? (Exept for choosig Ionity as pefered) 150 - 175 kW chargers are popping up.
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  11. 3rd party navigation apps will finally be supported in AA from sometime next year (only beta before that), which will finally make it possible to port ABRP to AA - my thumbs up for that! Link is in German, see last paragraph: https://www.golem.de/news/auto-und-smartphone-google-will-android-auto-nuetzlicher-machen-2008-150207.html
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  12. Description: ABRP should calculate the optimum speed for each segment. Use Case: Currently, ABRP uses the speed limits of the road or live traffic and the maximum speed as set by the user. Whilst ABRP tries to optimise the time, it only drops the speed when this is necessary to reach the next charger. Example with the Model 3: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=e58b6959-18d8-43e4-b82e-f8c9b22b6153 I set a max speed of 198 km/h. This results in a time of 9 hours and 17 minutes. If you drop the max speed to 165 km/h, time taken is only 9 hours and 8 minutes. Same ro
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  13. @chuq The Dan Murphy's charger at Batemans Bay seems to be operational now - there's a successful check-in on Plugshare and it is in the Chargefox app now (so probably should be listed on the Chargefox network rather than None.
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  14. Now that ABRP finally has an Android app, can you please add support for directly receiving data from Bluetooth OBD dongles? It is very cumbersome and inefficient to link another app like Torque, upload it to a server, then download it back again. Also, when in areas with poor or no LTE coverage, the system doesn't work.
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  15. Hi, now that ABRP has premium version, it would be really nice to arrange for Anroid Auto and also add live data about non-Tesla chargers. It is very unpractical and dangerous to use ABRP on phone while driving alone. These two features are well worth of premium subscription. Tomi
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  16. Or just ignore carplay. Just Android Auto. I Switched away from Apple Years ago.
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