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    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.
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    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!
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    On the new battery computation, it definitely wasn't live last weekend, I just pushed the code this afternoon. Based on the feedback, it seems I need to add some more computation parameters! Per the conversations, I've updated gids_max for the leaf40 to 115.4 For my own sanity, I wrote the equation out: And I believe that makes sense. It also works out to the prior equation when Gids_min is 0 (like in @JohnT's Leaf). So, here's what I've got right now: if model is not None: if model == 24: carmodel = "nissan:leaf:12:24:other" gids_max = 281 gids_min = 0 ahr_max = 65.4 elif model == 30: carmodel = "nissan:leaf:16:30:other" gids_max = 365 gids_min = 0 ahr_max = 83.5 elif model == 40: carmodel = "nissan:leaf:18:40:other" gids_max = 495 gids_min = 50 ahr_max = 115.4 soc = (gids-gids_min)/((gids_max-gids_min)*ahr/ahr_max) If we can fill in any other model parameters, I'd be happy to update for the rest of them! @Stefan_K, I just checked on the server, and it appears to be up and running. That message ("OK!") is the message that Torque Pro requires, I send a different one to LeafSpy, so you shouldn't be getting that response from the server. Can you double check that you have set the path correctly (http://abetterrouteplanner.com:4441/leaf## - where ## is your battery size)?
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    Where are you from? Herefordshire in the UK What car do you drive? Jaguar Ipace First Edition What's the longest trip you've taken in your EV? 320 miles third day of ownership preparing for trip to home in Burgundy, France in 3 weeks time Love ABRP Duncan
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    As it turns out, I had another user propose a computation method to me in private messages, hopefully it matches up with what you were going to suggest! Decoding the inputs I'm receiving from LeafSpy, here's the formula he proposed to use to replicate the displayed SoC: Gids/(Gids_max*Ahr/Ahr_max) Where Gids_max = 281, 365, 460 and Ahr_max = 65.4, 83.5, 112.6 (respectively for the 24, 30, 40kWh Leafs) The idea being that Gids is a measure of the current actual capacity of the battery, and Ahr is the measure of the maximum capacity of the battery with degradation included. I've implemented this now on the server, so hopefully it doesn't cause any issues and matches up better to your displayed SoC! I've also changed it so that it won't do anything with data that includes a negative SoC. Did you have any other ways you'd want the filter to behave? If you'd like to review what LeafSpy sends my way, and make a different suggestion it's on pgs 39-40 of the LeafSpy user manual
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    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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    Description: Either split the units out per type: Speed/Distance, Weight, Temperature. Or add another option of Imperial (UK). Use Case: In the UK we use a strange mixture of Metric and Imperial. Speeds and Distance are measured in miles, but temperature and weight are in °C and KG.
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    Easiest way is to go on the site and select "Show Settings > More Settings > View Live Data", if you're actively sending data in you'll see that data as it is received.
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    It took far too long, but now we have the 120 Ah models in ABRP too.
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    You have a point. We measure the charge curves on reported charging power from the Tesla API, but there is likely some inefficiency between ingoing power and outgoing power. Normally, the Li-Ion batteries should be very good at charging efficiency but the cooling done by the car itself probably consumes part of that power. In the ABRP release later today, I have added an inefficiency factor to the charging time calculations internally (there is no parameter for the user to set), which I think improves the situation.
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    Description: Detailed description of the feature you want to add. Would be nice to be able to enter a margin for the ‘Charger arrival charge’ (CAC for now). Right now (when I set CAC to f.e. 20%), abrp wants me to stop and charge for just 2 minutes in order to arrive at the next (faster) charger with 20% SoC, which doesn’t really make sense. I wouldn’t mind driving to 16%, I just don’t want to stop for 2 minutes at a relatively slow charger but rather drive directly to the faster charger and go a few percentage point below my CAC. Of course I could set CAC to 10% or something in between 10% and 20%, but then it will still send me to an ‘in between’ charger for a few minutes, and I would rather not go that low structurally with an Ioniq with a relatively small margin to look for alternative chargers in case of an issue. Use Case: Describe how you would use the feature, or how often. This helps us assess prioritization on new features. I would use this especially on longer trips with multiple charging stops.

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