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Could you add Zero motorcycles to your list? I have a 2018 DSR with a 14.4kWh batery pack. 50Wh/km with average speed of 80km/h, 65Wh/km @ 120km/h. range driving 120km/h 140km. onboard fast charger 9.9kW. Do you need more info?

Driving Model:

Option 1 - Analytical - Provide the mathematical parameters to define the car model (See this blog post for details).

Option 2 - Data-Driven - Perform driving test at multiple speeds, and record efficiency or power draw from the pack.

Option 3 - Direct Car Connection - Provide method of receiving telemetry directly from the car via OBD, API, or other means.

Charging Model:

Charge Curve - Provide a link to a chart or video detailing the charge power over time or by State of Charge %

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It's certainly possible, but we'd need some more information first:

  1. Could you provide a few more efficiency data points? Perhaps at intervals of 20km/h?  That would give a sense of the consumption curve.
  2. What kind of charging inlet does the Zero have? CCS / J1772 / Type 2?
  3. Does it draw the full 9.9kW all the way from empty to full? Or does it taper as it approaches full?
  4. Is the 14.4kWh the usable capacity? Or is some of it reserved to protect battery health?
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1. I'll try to give you the numbers ASAP
2. Standard bikes come with on-board charger at 1,3kW with schuko inlet. Optinally you can add a 6kW Charge Tank (J1772) that can work (if possible in the charging point or with cable adapters) together with on-board charger, so max is 7,3kW. Other options are possible until 11,3kW charging.
3. Draw full till 96% or so.
4. Usable battery is 12.6kWh on a ZF14.4

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Hi,  Can you add the Zero SR/S 14.4 kWh 2020 (Premium) in your motorcycle list?   Do you need any data form the vehicule?   I just purchase one and would be more then happy to provide any information required.

Power system
STANDARD
PREMIUM
Power pack
Z-Force® Li-Ion intelligent integrated
Z-Force® Li-Ion intelligent integrated
Max capacity 
?
14.4 kWh
14.4 kWh
Nominal capacity 
?
12.6 kWh
12.6 kWh
Charger type
3.0 kW, integrated
6.0 kW, integrated
Charge time (standard) 
?
4.5 hours (100% charged) / 4.0 hours (95% charged)
2.5 hours (100% charged) / 2.0 hours (95% charged)
With 6 kW Rapid Charge option 
?
1.8 hours (100% charged) / 1.3 hours (95% charged)
1.5 hours (100% charged) / 1.0 hour (95% charged)
With EVSE cord and standard outlet 
?
8.5 hours (100% charged) / 8.0 hours (95% charged)
8.5 hours (100% charged) / 8.0 hours (95% charged)
 
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I just recently added the SDS ZF14.4, which should be fairly representative of the SR/S.  @TonKuijt helped me with the model, and I must confess I am still not sure of the differences between the trim levels (aside from the pack sizes).  If there are differences which affect range / charging between trim levels we can support those, I just need a comprehensive list of what to change:

  • Size / Shape (affects drag)
  • Weight
  • Battery Capacity
  • Charge rate (kW)
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Hey gang

I can see power tank entries for the Zero bikes (many thanks!). But could we please add CHARGE TANK entries? Rather than upping range (as per the PT entries), this reduces charge time.

I'm currently on a Zero SR/F premium (6KW charger) looking to add the charge tank (another 6KW) to bring it to a total of 12KW type 2 charge capability.

The SR/F standard ships at 3KW and adding a charge tank kicks it to 9KW.

All these figures are the same for the SR/S.

Alternatively, if there's a charge time function I can change in the settings, happy to bodge it!

You can see the 'full specs' description at https://www.zeromotorcycles.com/model/zero-srf

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On 8/13/2020 at 2:18 PM, CCOLQUITT said:

Hey gang

I can see power tank entries for the Zero bikes (many thanks!). But could we please add CHARGE TANK entries? Rather than upping range (as per the PT entries), this reduces charge time.

I'm currently on a Zero SR/F premium (6KW charger) looking to add the charge tank (another 6KW) to bring it to a total of 12KW type 2 charge capability.

The SR/F standard ships at 3KW and adding a charge tank kicks it to 9KW.

All these figures are the same for the SR/S.

Alternatively, if there's a charge time function I can change in the settings, happy to bodge it!

You can see the 'full specs' description at https://www.zeromotorcycles.com/model/zero-srf

Hello there,

i‘ve bought an SR/F (model 2020) too and an implementation into the app etc. would be awesome, especially with an option for the charge tank and/or premium/standard Version for charging time as mentioned above.

 

Do you need further information for the implementation?

The SR/S model has mostly the same specs as the SR/F, so these drivers would also fit in there.

 

PS: Sorry for my bad english. 😉

 

Greetings! 

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