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  1. Just have recognized workaround above works for CCS waypoints, but not for SUCs.
  2. thought it may would be an Option to use the „max charging“ parameter per charging waypoint. tried that by entering e.g. 80kw for a reduced S75D, but seemed to not have any impact on charging time. But maybe I am just using it wrong...
  3. Thats a even more simple solution. Good suggestion. +1
  4. Hi paul, I think you are starting another use case here. In this thread It was supposed that there are thousands of networks which then are way too many to get them excluded by hand. So therefor just bind to one network as a one click solution for people who know what they are doing and to save time. on the other hand if you only want to exlude a small numbers of providers, your idea also has its Benefits. I‘d therefore say let’s implement both options rather than beating up what’s best 😛 in the end, your function seems like a button-side up implementation of my suggestion and other
  5. Ah understood, Makes more Sense now. In my usecase i want to travel from very south Germany to very North via network „ladenetz“. In that case there are only 2 chargers which are delivering more than 150kw. i can Travel the Route if i charge the car approx. to 95% each Time at both „ladenetz“ chargers (Model 3 Lr RWD 18“ Aero). As charge rate decrease heavily over 90% SOC, it Seems this Bonus gets eaten up be Charger networks from other providers e.g. ionity where I may only would have charged to only ~50%. Seems that the „preferred Bonus“ in my usecase may Really could benefit from Tunin
  6. Thats right and i also thought that can be a workaround, but someone that Method Seems Not to „force“ These Providers. If at least a Route with another Provider is somehow faster, it Seems that abetterrouteplanner then prefers other Chargers. So it would be way better to implement a additional „Force Provider XYZ“ Funktion Next to the „prefer Function“, to make sure to bind abetterroute Planning to a specific Provider. If then a Route cannot be plannend, then the prefer method can happily assist.
  7. Description: Filter/Select (CCS) unique Charging Provider for route r Use Case: As a user of a charging flat or as a user with a bonus system I want to be able to calculate a route with my preferred charging provider only, so that I do not have to hassle and loose time with 100000trillions of (CCS) charging stations I cannot use while manually scrolling and searching in the map while all charging stations need endless time in a calculation process, which I do not want nor saves efficient commuting power on the website. Remember, the more details you can add, the faster we can build
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