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  1. Hi Katya, It looks like the issue has been resolved - they're all showing up! Not sure if it was a regular daily sync process or some other manual intervention by another ABRP admin, but it's all OK now! (was OK about 12 hours after your post but I hadn't got around to coming back here and letting you know, sorry!) Regards, Charles
  2. One of the sources used by ABRP is a Google Sheet spreadsheet that I maintain, of DC chargers (50 kW or greater) in Australia. It also uses OpenChargeMap and I think data directly from Chargefox. Miriam Vale exists in all 3 sources so I'm guessing there is something wrong with the import/synchronisation process? I've noticed the same thing happen with others. In Tassie there are 8 fast charger sites, only two of them (Queenstown and Campbell Town) are appearing at the moment.
  3. Yikes, I hadn't considered my filtering view may affect the import of sites - my apologies if this is the case 😞 I've just checked a few sites around Melbourne which are non network affiliated and they are still showing up in ABRP, so I don't think that's the issue... At first I thought you meant the Dan Murphys site, and thought perhaps it might have been auto-merged with the NRMA site since the two are so close, but on closer inspection the Dan Murphys one is labelled as "Coming" (I haven't seen evidence that it is operation yet) and the NRMA one (marked "Operational") is not visi
  4. Note: I have just added the "Chargefox Keith" location to OCM as well, so it might pop up on ABRP due to it's inclusion there.
  5. Description: Australian/New Zealand 3-phase sockets from OpenChargeMap don't appear to show as a charging option on ABRP. Use Case: The Australian Electric Vehicle Association (AEVA) and the Tesla Owners Club of Australia (TOCA) have co-funded electric highways across remote parts of Australia - areas without the traffic or population to warrant DC fast chargers or even standard AC chargers. It is known as the Round Australia Electric Highway. They have used the AS/NZS 3123 standard socket, which is 3-phase, 32A, allowing AC charging at up to 22 kW, with an appropriate high grade EVSE.
  6. Hey @Bo (ABRP) and @Jason (ABRP) - are you having issues importing new sites from the Australian CCS spreadsheet? I added a site "Kings Meadows" last week, that worked fine - I also added a site "Keith" a couple of days ago and that so far hasn't shown up. These are the rows in the source spreadsheet: On further investigation, it looks like ABRP might have sourced Kings Meadows from OCM, but Keith hasn't been added to OCM there yet. So maybe that's the reason.
  7. I found another source ( https://youtu.be/7741YdnAcR4 ) that gave a figure of between 0.39 and 0.4, so that is closer than what you said!
  8. This is the latest version! Orange = 350 kW Black = 50 kW
  9. Thanks @Jason (ABRP)! I've shared links to this thread on reddit /r/teslamotors as well as the Now You Know discord channel. Any idea which of the unknown parameters are the most important to find?
  10. Update: Drag co-efficient according to Aerodynamics specialist Wouter Remmerie is 0.48 - admittedly he says, a "quick & dirty analysis based on a public 3D model".
  11. I'm surprised this thread didn't already exist 🙂 Obviously they are not in the wild, so can't get precise driving/charging model info. However ABRP includes the Tesla Roadster which is in the same situation so I'm assuming estimates can be made. We don't have a lot of the data which is required for the analytical model as mentioned in the blog post. What is the workaround? Models (with EPA estimated range, in case it helps): Single motor - 250 mi / 400 km EPA est Dual motor - 300 mi / 480 km EPA est Tri motor - 500 mi / 800 km EPA est. We don't have
  12. Yep - only 50 kW+ sites! Otherwise there would be hundreds of them. ABRP does use AC charging locations, but not for most of the time. Definitely add AC ones to OpenChargeMap though if you spot them and would like ABRP to use them, since ABRP will import from there.. In case you're wondering why I don't just add the DC chargers to OCM - I keep the spreadsheet for a secondary purpose - many networks have a list of 'Coming soon' locations which are up to a year away. I use the data in the spreadsheet to make a map of "What the Australian fast charging coverage will look like in 12 mon
  13. @caf I think the Chargefox app shows two pins at the site - the 22kW chargers (which have been there for months) and the Ultra-rapid charger (which is new). I'm only including the fast & ultra-rapid sites in the spreadsheet, so I don't include AC chargers (except where a fast charger site has an AC charger adjacent to it). AC charging sites are not particularly helpful for ABRP's purpose (routing long distance trips) which is why I don't include them. I believe ABRP also sources from OpenChargeMap, which would be a good place to add the 22 kW sites (if you want to do them all manual
  14. Hi RQP, I have had a similar issue where the length of the ferry is taken into consideration as a driving leg. Example, Ferry from Devonport to Melbourne, in Australia. Route is 440 km. Trying to do a route in a Tesla Model 3 LR works, only showing 1% of the battery being used. The same route in a 24 kWh Leaf doesn't, despite the fact the Leaf would only need to travel a couple of kilometres on land at each side. https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=41f5b96f-3443-4a10-8f6b-5f0eacb6c499 In my case (East Devonport is on an island) it doesn't offer a route. In you

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