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  1. Hi! Like to second this request. I am able to modify the consumption on different levels so it allows me to play with different max speeds and max soc to optimize long distance travel, I see that the latest f/w updates from Tesla modified the charging behavior of my 2015 S85 in a way that resulted charging speeds even below what your summer update for these batteries showed. Also, while looking into the related threads in forums like tmc or tff there are a significant number of people suffering individual slower charging speeds. Last week I drove #900km through Germany and I planned with ABRP to have 5 charging stops. The arrival charge was as planned yet the charging time took 30-50% longer, BR Oaito
  2. "Our standard charging benchmark from 10 kWh to 50 kWh has changed from 29 minutes (May) to 34 minutes (August) for the BT37. No disaster, but also not so fun for S85 owners." Hi, regarding your "standard charging benchmark" as stated below the second graph for BT85/Model S85. "from10 kWh to 50 kWh", I presume you are referring to soc (state of charge)? Which figure are you using for an Model S 85 were you have API access through a token? Do you use NR (nominal remaining) or UR (usable remaining)? 28th June 2019 my battery reported a NFP (nominal full pack) capacity of 65,5kWh with an energy buffer of 4kWh thus a UFP (usable full pack) of 61,5kWh. At the moment of data collection, the SOC was displayed in the car with 71% which is referring to the UFP & UR figures: UR 43,7kWh are 71,1% of UFP 61,5kWh. Do I presume correct, that you calculate the "standard charging benchmark" individually and according to the reported UFP figures? As an example, when my car is connected to a SC with e.g. 9%, this equals individually for my car to 5,54kWh soc. Your benchmark will start counting when my soc reaches 10kWh/16,3% and stops when hitting 50kWh/81,5%. this takes currently 49 minutes according to the logs of my car. I compared several charging sessions and came to the same time. I ensured that up until 12% soc the SC was able to provide 114-116kW, thus external limitations would be neclectable. Is my Model S85 so much worse than most of the others? ...thanks for the great work! BR Oaito. PS: Since the quoted sentence is referring towards Model S 85 you probably put in the Battery Type BT37 by mistake. 2PS: I use teslalog.com for data collection. Are you still interested to add a 2015 Model S 85 with 185000km (HV battery replaced at 107000km)?
  3. PS: After resetting the Parameters and adjusting the max speed I've got a better time with the S85 than with the 100D, I presume mainly through setting the max speed to 180km/h, but it seems that the charging times from 1% to 75% soc are to short: E.g. on my latest trip charging from 21% to 53% took 19minutes, from 1% to 75% 50min, to 45% 20min, 59% 30min and 65% 38min 😞 That said, given the distance per time, I calculate the following average speed: 148km/h,138km/h, 148km/h ,112km/h ,124km/h, 132km/h I believe these average speeds are difficult to reach and wonder how my S85 will be able to have a average consumption of only 268Wh/km with these speeds. I will drive this route on Sunday afternoon, thus avoiding semi trucks and business traffic, will see how it works out.
  4. Hi! From Tuesday afternoon I've driven from north to south in Germany (~900km) with my 2015 MS85 with recent f/w and thus encountering reduced charging speed and range (nominal/usable battery capacity dropped by ~11% and end of charge voltage limited). It was not fun. I was trying to adapt my charging habits and came to the conclusion, that discharging below 5% and charging for less than 25 minutes could result in the shortest overall duration. I am used to not following the Tesla route planner since some time, it seems to be optimized more and more to for the 100D/long range thus providing less stops with longer sessions,.. then, when finished putting in the SCs, the Tesla navigation calculates in the background for up to 10 seconds before "adjusting" the charging times even longer. Following Teslas navigation would result in a road trip more than one hour longer than necessary. To work through this I tried to confirm and compare while retroactively using ABRP. I set the current degradation to 16% but also limited charging to different min/max soc (1% or 5% min, and 51%, 56%, 601% 66% max). I then saw differences of ~15 minutes in longer charging sessions and between 6-7 sessions. Does the current ABRP reflects the reduced charging speeds (S85 and S90) reported in your blog (see below)? Will you add another S85 Model which is not limited thus having the faster charge characteristics? Or did I miss the option somewhere? Last but not least after comparing different settings for my S85 I tried the same route with an 2019 long range 100d (Raven). Not only less & shorter charging stops but also the same distance was driven in shorter time! First the route with an Model S85 w/ 16% degradation and reduced charging speed: Than the long range 100D (Raven): What puzzles me most is that the it not only takes 4 instead of 6 SC resulting in 54 minutes less charging time, but apparently manages to drive the same distance 22 minutes faster. Thank you for creating this service and collecting/presenting all this data 🙂 Best regards, Oaito.

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