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  1. At the moment we've got an internal beta test, there's still some big bugs to fix before we roll it out publicly, but it's coming along really nicely! We definitely intend to expand that beta test as soon as we can!
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  2. I'll just say that we've been prototyping Android Automotive, and it looks really awesome on large format displays in cars. When we're allowed to say more, I'm sure you'll hear about it!
    3 points
  3. Hi @A900ss, @Guybrush, @Bill N, The issue with hidden SoC values in left-hand driven cars is something we're aware of. We've already found a way to address this and it'll be implemented in the coming update. Incorrect units and other quirks are things we're also looking into. /Katya
    2 points
  4. Last week I went on a 2000 km trip to the north of Sweden, I used ABRP with connection to my ID.3 though EvNotify. It works perfect, the SOC, speed and location is transfered to ABRP. I needed to adjust th consumption because its not self adaptive yet, for that we need more parameters to be transfered to ABRP, we will test it soon. In two weeks I will go for a 4000km trip to the far north of Sweden, I hope in that time to be able to use the self adaptive model for my car. More info to come soon.
    2 points
  5. @Bill N - Yes, but nothing you can use yet unfortunately. I've been working on overhauling our modelling tools to allow us to easily model the temperature dependencies of driving and charging. It's coming, certainly! We just want to make sure we have it right.
    2 points
  6. Alright, I created an OSM account and deleted the tag myself. I'm assuming that will fix it when the change propagates. Also looks like I've collected a new hobby to amuse myself with at lunch.
    1 point
  7. The charge rate needs adjustment. Not everyone is driving with a 3rd party charger in the backpack. The standard plan should include the nominal 6 kW charging option, which the stock charge tank provides. This should apply to all SR/DSR models. Only the SR/x models can charge with up to 12 kW when fully equipped.
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  8. Yes you need to be premium
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  9. Hello there, iโ€˜ve bought an SR/F (model 2020) too and an implementation into the app etc. would be awesome, especially with an option for the charge tank and/or premium/standard Version for charging time as mentioned above. Do you need further information for the implementation? The SR/S model has mostly the same specs as the SR/F, so these drivers would also fit in there. PS: Sorry for my bad english. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Greetings!
    1 point
  10. So, now I'm back after a bit shorter trip then planned, "only" 2000 km. ๐Ÿ˜‰ And this week I also had all the parameters to make ABRP do an individual consumption profile, and it works amazingly good. The only "bug" I found was with the CarPlay implementation, and that is that ARBP dont show on the car screen when something changes in the plan, only visible on the phone. And also if its possible to show the graph on the car screen would be nice, but its good enough already with the present SOC and SOC at arrival display.
    1 point
  11. Hi @Toma, I'm aware we replied to you on twitter but if anyone else has the same question; No, the useable battery capacity should be less than that number. Currently we're guesstimating based on experience but as we receive charging data we'll be able to analyse this and if needed make corrections. Should you feel that our predictions are off somehow, do tell us and we'll look into what we need to change ๐Ÿ™‚ /Katya
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  12. Description: I'd like the ability to restrict the chargers that show to only locations which have multiple chargers. I find generally that I'm always ignoring chargers with only one connector as there's a much greater chance that they'll be broken or in use on arrival and that'd make my journey more complex. Additional maybe the ability to only search for chargers which have another charger near bye (e.g. only show single chargers that have another location within X miles) though I appreciate this addition would be much more complex than the above! Use Case: I would probably use th
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  13. Hello. Thanx for adding CarPlay. Great feature. 2 things: on my Kona screen de arrow of the car position is to the right of the screen. Thatโ€™s because on the lift appear the information about time and directions. But on the right side is also the sign foR maximum speed and for SOC actual and on arrival. Those signs block my view on the route. Is it possible to place those signs also tintje left and leave more space voor the route? second. Is it possible to show the DC chargers along the route on the CarPlay screen? I like to see where Incould go for charging apart from the on
    1 point
  14. Thank you Jason for the Kona charging curve. It motivated me to contribute data from my Kia E-Niro 64 kWh. I hope this data can clarify which of the shelves in your original curve were caused by amperage limitations due to low battery temperatures or low-power DC chargers. All of the following data were measured on HPCs with at least 100kW available charging power, so the car was never limited by the DC charger. Here's what I measured with Torque Pro:
    1 point
  15. I'm happy to update you with anything I manage to achieve with it. At the moment I'm just using to Pi to communicate with a Bluetooth OBD dongle and most of my effort so far has been in managing the Bluetooth connection. In terms of what you are wanting to achieve, wouldn't a standard ELM327 Bluetooth adaptor do the trick, paired with the phone, your app could easily read the data from that, in the same way the Torque app does. Then the data can be handled and logged locally and uploaded if there is an internet connection.
    1 point
  16. Exactly right, we do that intentionally with the assumption that experienced users will set a consumption that more accurately reflects their driving style, while the default is very noob-mistake-friendly.
    1 point
  17. And now the setup instructions reference that one too, since both generations should be able to use that PID.
    1 point
  18. Looking good!!! You're awesome, thanks!
    1 point
  19. Cool, I'll check out the same PIDs on my '18 Bolt tonight. If it works for both, then I'll add one of those as an alternate PID.
    1 point
  20. Description: While on a route to have a button that will find next closest charging place with amenities. Use Case: When travelling with a party (especially small children) sometimes occasion arises that someone wants to stop earlier than the planned charging stop (for bathroom, something to eat, etc.). It would be useful to be able to have ABRP find the next closest charging place that have needed amenities and re-plan the trip with the new charging stop.
    1 point
  21. Awesome that makes it even simpler !ABRP_ entry removed and I have started sending the Odometer (22B002) instead
    1 point
  22. Hi @rescue79, We're currently doing some work updating our servers and this was an unfortunate side-effect affecting the classic version. We've had it fixed now, sorry for the trouble! /Katya
    1 point
  23. Hi all, We are currently developing for AA and here's a little update: /Katya
    1 point
  24. Hi @DimZen, We noticed some domains had started rejecting the service we used for these type of messages and we had it fixed just a couple hours ago. /Katya
    1 point
  25. Hi @Seattle NoDaker, Happy to help ๐Ÿ™‚ I can see the Miles City SC is listed as functioning in ABRP again now too and used in planning: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=a3d71ee9-0f03-4279-8d43-a0d5fff284c3 /Katya
    1 point
  26. Some do but most cars donโ€™t. Thanks anyway for those that do have Hyundaiโ€™s. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป
    1 point
  27. Hi @Seattle NoDaker, The Miles City SC appears to be out of order and is therefore not used in planning: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?charger_id=4198567 The Dickinson SC should however be visible and we'll have this corrected as soon as possible. /Katya
    1 point
  28. Yes I confirm that the SOC is from Tronity. In my case, the car is sending every minute, the SOC, GPS and Elevation to Peugeot's servers. For other manufacturers, I don't know. It's possible that some of them only send the data at the start and the end of the trip. In order to get the SOC via Tronity, make sure to select Live data in the parameters of ABRP. Example of SOC and Elevation shown on Tronity. As you can see, many data are missing such as speed, Temperature and power. I think that these data are unfortunately not sent to the servers.
    1 point
  29. I'm driving a Peugeot e208 and have the SOC displayed on CarPlay using live data via Tronity. The SOC is updated while driving every minute. The SOC is only displayed when using navigation. No SOC when only showing the map.
    1 point
  30. Great. It seems both values were being logged. So I guess it seemed rather arbitrary from my perspective which one was being used at any given time. I've stopped logging the Ah capacity and things are working well. Thanks for the help.
    1 point
  31. Those are both the same PID with different calculations. We don't have a way to differentiate server-side, and in the setup instructions it points you to the "kWh capacity" value, as you're absolutely right that the Ah value will give you very strange routing results (tricking our planning server into thinking you have nearly 200kWh to play with). If you stop logging the Ah capacity and add kWh capacity to the logging you'll see the correct data.
    1 point
  32. My understanding is it doesn't take it into consideration yet, same for if the car has wintermode and it's activated. I recall reading it might come in the future when they have more data, I have not had the chance to test it out so do take my answer with what it is, my best guess until we can get a official answer.
    1 point
  33. I am using the PIDs from Kona/Niro in torque and am getting all the data for my ioniq 38.
    1 point
  34. Hi Rockfred, Unfortunately CarPlay does have its limitations and it looks like getting the graph in there is more or less impossible. However you may of course run the iPhone app simultaneously and there display the detailed mode. /Katya
    1 point
  35. The ID.3 with smallest battery pack (45 kWh net) has now officially been released. Currecntly, there are three versions: Pure Performance, 110 kW, AC: 7.2 kW, DC: 50 kW City, 110 kW, AC: 7.2 kW, DC: 100 kW Style, 110 kW, AC: 7.2 kW, DC: 100 kW Charging times: at 7.2 kW, 0..100%: 7h30m at 50 kW, 5..80%: 0h42m at 100 kW, 5..80%: 0h31m Please make available a config option for 45 kWh battery pack and 100 kW charging https://www.electrive.net/2021/01/21/vw-id-3-verkauf-mit-kleinem-akku-startet/ https://www.volkswagen.de/idhub/content/dam/o
    1 point
  36. and I patiently wait for android auto support ๐Ÿ˜‰
    1 point
  37. We don't actually use the 'cumulative energy discharged' parameter for anything, but I've added the rest of them to supported. We also have support for odometer readings if that exists. The full list of supported data can be found here: https://documenter.getpostman.com/view/7396339/SWTK5a8w?version=latest If you want to look through to find more PIDs which would be useful. I've also redirected the setup instructions to your download file.
    1 point
  38. Yes!! At last, for the first time the ABRP - EvNotify integration is active. Now I can be connected with my ABRP->EvNotify->my ID.3 car. Still only with the SoC (BMS), but soon with SoC (HMI) and the rest of the parameters that EvNotify and ABRP use. In a couple of weeks, I will then release all the parameters for VW ID.3 so anyone can make their own app, or already existing apps can add support for ID.3 Best regards Conny
    1 point
  39. Hi @Gilles.B, We will soon offer a new type of connection which will support VW e-up, Seat Mii electric and Skoda e-citigo + more so stay tuned ๐Ÿ˜‰ We do plan on offering a direct connection to OBD2 possible but currently our partners still have to get the hardware approved for sale before it can be made available to the public. /Katya
    1 point
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