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  1. Were you able to eliminate the effects of rain when doing this analysis? Given that stronger winds can sometimes be accompanied by heavy rain, the apparent impact on consumption from a headwind could be overstated in those instances — unless you’re able to ignore data points collected when the planner was reporting rain. Or did you just work on the basis that some cars would have been driving into a headwind in the rain, and some with a tailwind in the rain, and therefore would roughly cancel each other out?
  2. “The diagram shows the effect that wind has on the instantaneous power consumption of vehicles traveling at highway speeds, 100 to 120 kmh (62 to 75 mph).”
  3. I’m very keen to see a setting to restrict suggested charging stops to locations with at least 2 (or more) chargers (unless it’s practically impossible to avoid a location with a single charger).
  4. Hi Ed - that is the wind speed and direction (unless I’m mistaken!).
  5. Interesting? @Jason-ABRP https://smartcar.com/product/electric-vehicle-api/
  6. Just to follow this up, since having had the e208 (which can update the SoC in ABRP via Tronity whilst driving), I’ve found that more than enough to be very useful, and much better than having to manually check the real SoC against ABRP’s current estimate. So given this, and also given my belief that most people will not be bothered to go down the route of using ODB devices, I would really like to see higher priority given to enabling direct car API links into ABRP. Continual app improvements are important and necessary, but for me the biggest improvement from using ABRP in an i3 com
  7. ABRP with Tronity and SoC updates every 5 minutes or more works just fine in the e208. I would be very happy to see similar functionality via Tronity (or another 3rd party) work with the ID.3, as it’s more convenient than having to use an ODB device. @Jason-ABRP any chance this could be implemented directly without needing to go via Tronity if they can’t implement it soon?
  8. I do find it quite surprising that there still isn’t even a quick start guide. I’m frequently coming across people who are using ABRP incorrectly because there is no guide.
  9. Is this potentially any use for providing an option to get live SoC updates into ABRP without the need to use an OBD device? @Jason-ABRP https://github.com/robske110/IDDataLogger https://github.com/robske110/IDDataLogger/wiki/API-reference
  10. Yes (although the amount of chargers/networks with live data available in ABRP is pretty small)
  11. In your case you should then try set superchargers to ‘use exclusively and prefer’ and ENBW etc to ‘use exclusively’. ABRP will then try to route you via only those chargers, but prefer superchargers where possible.
  12. Seconded - a button to simply reverse the way points would be very useful.@Katya-ABRP@Samuel-ABRP@Jason-ABRP
  13. Description: I create a plan. ABRP suggests a route including chargers. I don’t want to use one of the chargers so I tap it, go to actions, select avoid this charger. Then I go back to recalculate. But ABRP has now added that charger as a waypoint in my plan! That makes zero sense and must be a bug. Type: app latest version at time of writing Replication Steps: as above
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