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  1. Not sure I completely understand how this happens. If you click an ABRP link (like this one: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=209a16d9-26d1-457f-8d54-96d31cfb2a48) does it not automatically plan for you? Is it different if a plan is saved?
  2. Initial charge in settings applies only to the starting point of the trip. Per default, ABRP optimizes the departure SoC at charger itself to minimize trip time.
  3. Click "Settings" below the waypoints and a world of settings will open up for you 🙂
  4. The time issue should now be fixed, thanks for the clear description. The MyTesla API is always a little shaky on the Tesla side; today I have received a lot of HTTP 422 errors from them randomly - no idea why. We can only hope they get their stuff together.
  5. You are right, backwards time calculation is not yet there. Charging speed is always limited by the limitations of the car model. Most cars cannot charge at 50 kW from 90% to 100%, which is why you get 27 minutes.
  6. Since the Model 3 was released in Europe, we have relied on the hard work by the Tesla CCS Spreadsheet team to keep track of Tesla CCS converted Superchargers in Europe. However, this is not being updated since a while and we want to start assuming that all Superchargers in Europe, Australia and New Zealand have been converted. Is this true? Do you know of exceptions?
  7. Good point! I just added the data and new charge curve for the SR+ too.
  8. (Edit 2019-08-16: Added Model 3 SR+) (Edit 2019-09-06: Added BT70) Since we last wrote about Tesla supercharging, Tesla vehicles have received quite a few software updates (as usual). Some seem to have modified the charge curves of some car models, and especially the classic Model S 85 owners have been noticing some relatively big decreases in charging power. As usual, we at ABRP have actual data thanks to our generous users who contribute it by logging in with their MyTesla account in ABRP and checking "Share data" (and even "36h Background sharing") for us. This is all thanks to you! So, without further ado, let's dive into plots. BT85, the classic Model S85(D) 85 kWh battery The plot below shows charging data for BT85 from May 2019 through August 2019. The blue dots shows all samples collected by ABRP during supercharging for those vehicles, and the red curve shows the ABRP charging model for S85 based on data up to May 2019. As you can see, it still seems to model good charging performance pretty well. However, somewhere in June, the charging speed was changed after a SW update. The new charging data, now only from July-August is substantially different: The red curve is the same as above, and the additional green curve now models the new behavior based on the new data. Obviously, the charging power drops much earlier at lower SoC (battery %), which leads to a slower typical charge sessions. 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. BTX6, Model S/X 100D 100 kWh battery When we last updated the BTX6 battery model, after the spring Supercharging power increase, we noted that while peak power was indeed increased to 140 kW, it usually quickly dropped down to 120 kW, probably due to thermal issues. Now, while most data is from Superchargers with only 120 kW capacity, there are quite a few sessions where charging power is sustained at 140 kW. Good news for 100D owners! BTX4, Model S/X 90D 90 kWh battery The not-so-fantastic "90" kWh battery (actually 82) has also been slightly modified, with most sessions seemingly limited to 120 kW. We have updated the ABRP model accordingly. Note that there seems to be a collection of sessions which peak at about 94 kW, this may be the infamous charging power limited vehicles which have Supercharged "too much". BTX5, Model S/X 75D 75 kWh battery Only minor changes can be seen in the charging curve for the BTX5 battery and we have updated ABRP accordingly. BT37, Model 3 Long Range battery The fast-charging Model 3 Long Range battery does thankfully not seem to have changed at all! The curves show the fast 190 kW charging for users at Ionity HPC stations, and then up to 150 kW charging at fast Tesla Superchargers. Model 3 SR+ battery ABRP is starting to have a get a fair amount of data from Model 3 Standard Range Plus cars, which means we can also show a new charge curve for this one. It seems like Tesla has decided to put a hard cap on peak power at 100 kW for the SR+, at the same time extending the region with high power charging further. Since the SR+ battery capacity is rather small, this means that often supercharging is actually faster with the new curve - good news! BT70, the Model S70 battery Similar to the BT85, the BT70 has received reduced charging speed. We don't have tremendous amounts of BT70 data, but it is still enough for us to see a clear change. New model is released in ABRP.. Summary As usual, ABRP is building our car charging and consumption models on real-world data. Thanks to our fantastic users who donate data, we can continuously update those models, and we try to publish our findings here to give back to those who donated!
  9. Released an update/fix now which will not recalculate the plan if it is the same as stored already. Let me know how you like it.
  10. Allright, let's get this solved. If I understand you correctly, you have stored a bookmark for abrp including the ?plan_uuid=blablabla in the URL? And basically, you don't want that plan recalculated until you actually press "Plan", otherwise leave the old plan as it is?
  11. Thanks, good report! It was easy to fix since you pinpointed it so well.
  12. I just released an attempted solution to this - the plan will now display "Waiting for position and/or car info" until it receives it, before doing the actual plan. Let me know if it works and if it breaks anything else!
  13. Ah, it seems like the issue is that the MyTesla API does not return the car SoC in time before the plan is executed. I'll try to solve it tomorrow.
  14. Ah, thanks! That was a pretty long-standing bug! I have fixed it now (I hope).
  15. The $1 issue was a bug, should be fixed now (but may take a couple of hours to ripple through caches). I see the Ozona Chademo is marked as out-of-order in our data from EA, which is why it is not included. This is of course an issue which we need to think more about how to handle; a far off charger being off-line - should it be included in planning or not?
  16. I just updated to Leaflet 1.5.1, does that make any difference? It looks like your browser is limited to SHA-256 whereas we use the Leaflet recommended SHA-512 checksum.
  17. Aha! Bug found! It was triggered exactly as you described it, for new users, ABRP logged in and no previous car data, then logging into MyTesla. Now fixed, and thanks for the detailed reports!
  18. No, you should not have to re-login, ever. Does the ABRP login work correctly on a different browser (mobile or computer)? I looked at your account settings, and I cannot see anything wrong with them.
  19. Thanks for the report! The issue is that "Slower if needed" is a rather blunt tool - it will only slow down if there is no way to get to the next charger from maximum charger SoC to minimum arrival SoC. In your case, you would reach the charger after the Level 2 charger at 18% SoC, whereas your limit is 20%. So I would set the charging time slightly longer to get there without slowing down: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=5da7989b-5124-42f1-9bf1-933815386cba
  20. Since you don't have live data, you will see a battery icon showing the estimated SoC while driving. If you verify this by clicking in the middle of it (or adjusting it up and down), ABRP will assume this is up-to-date and will use it as initial SoC for the replan.
  21. Yeah, it is kind of complex to get it to work intuitively for all use cases. When you plan from a fixed address, ABRP will assume that you may not at all be where your plan is, and therefore not bug you with questions about leaving the route. If you have car telemetry, such as MyTesla, then leaving the Initial Charge empty means it will be taken from the car at all times, including after replanning. Does it not work like that for you now?
  22. Sorry, I forgot one thing with the max charge feature - now that is in place and your plan above works as it should.
  23. Bo (ABRP)

    Wrong car model

    Unfortunately, the Tesla API reports every Model 3 as the same (LR RWD). So you do nothing wrong, and right now we cannot do better either.
  24. I was quite confused about this for a minute - but I realize you have "Avoid highways" in your settings - which is why you get interesting detours 🙂 Here is the direct plan: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=d3effd8a-4498-4b84-8b5a-37d5e5adeb2e
  25. Excellent bug report, thank you for taking the time to specify this so well! I have just fixed issues 1&2. I think your issues with 3 may be that you are planning from a fixed address; the "Replan?" button will only appear if you are planning from "My Position" (which is kind of what makes sense). If you plan from "My Position" you will get a dialog "You have left the route - replan?" and also the "Replan" button will appear if your actual SoC is more than 2% (SoC) away from the planned SoC. Let me know how that works!

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