So I've not lurked enough to get a full feeling of the stats on Leaf Spy, I have a decent impression after leaving it trickle charging last night after some quick spins driving it like I stole it. lol. Commutes will be in Eco mode, though.
I have no idea how to take a screen shot on this POS Android phone that I keep for a backup phone, so this is what it says:
72.2%; GIDs 203, SOC 93.5% 15.7kWh Remain
It is charging, and says 393.8V, I've not looked to see what the usual voltage of a Leaf pack is, I thought it was 400v, so maybe 2 cells are bad?
It had 153 GIDs when they dropped it off yesterday, so I'm guessing when this is fully charged it should get up to 207 GIDs. I may be wrong, I'm just guessing here.
I can tell by the speed of the trickle charger that I am probably going to want to put in an L2 pretty soon for those times when I know I'm going to need to drive around town a little bit more than normal. That's fine, I can drop the few hundred to run the wiring over there. Until then I will trickle at home and trickle at work. Speaking of, is that power brick 100% weather safe? (It looks like it is, but I couldn't find any info last night.)
I tried to register my car to You+Nissan, but it wouldn't take my VIN, I assume I will have to call customer care to get them to unlock the car for registering, although I don't even know if the issue is moot right now due to the 2G to 3G issue. I did a search for CarWings on the forum, but I failed to find anything useful there. Is there any point in trying to register for it right now?
It is interesting watching LeafSpy as it trickle charges, going anywhere from 900 watts going into the battery pack to as little as 100 watts, I assume it is slowly leveling the battery pack.
Anyhow, you guys have lives, and I don't expect answers to everything. It's all new and I'm excited. I usually will spend hours each day researching things, but I'm going to school full time in addition to my full time job and having a wife and kid, so time is a little more limited than usual for my extracurricular obsessions.
Pulled the trigger on going EV on 10/2016 with a 2012 Leaf, and a Tesla Model 3 reservation expected to receive in June 2018.