That covers a wide range of micro-climates, from cool, foggy coast e.g. Pacifica to hot inland/south bay e.g. Livermore/Morgan Hill. Can you be a bit more specific?
amissionleaf wrote: ↑Wed Nov 20, 2019 5:36 pmdaytime in mountain view, nighttime in milpitas/fremont
4.10 to 4.11 at full charge 9 mv spread on the cells. 3.3 to 3.4 depending on how low I actually get. There's a knee to the curve at the bottom end and I try to stay above it. Estimated range via the Guess-O-Meter starts at 83 mi but is up to 118 mi at 95% after I come down the hill (12.9 mi). I figure 1 mi per percentage point and ignore the Guess-O-Meter. Real range is 85-90 mi. with 100% charge (322 Gids). A typical drive for me is a 56 mile round trip (28 mi one way) done between 8 AM and 11 AM including stops for errands. There's a 1900 ft elevation change each way and going uphill sucks the juice right out of the battery. I've actually had the battery down to 8-10 Gid's a couple of times as a test.GaleHawkins wrote: ↑Sat Nov 23, 2019 8:49 pmThis is question to 30 kWh Leaf battery owners using Leaf Spy Pro.
What cell voltage levels are you reading when charged to 100% and on the low end like at around 6-8% at the Very Low Battery warning if you have tested at these SOC's?
Please note estimated mileage range at 100%. Thanks.
Using the Guess-O-Meter for range estimates is useless. It's estimate is based on the last few minutes of driving only. Drive uphill, it will drop drastically, drive downhill and you get unrealistically high numbers. Even if you drive the exact same route every day, the beginning and ending values will vary. Use the % remaining gauge instead. It's much more accurate. You'll get a feel for how much range you actually have very quickly.GaleHawkins wrote: ↑Sun Nov 24, 2019 8:13 amThanks for the details. When I get a chance I will post my DC charges from last Monday and Saturday. I am interesting in understanding more about SOC and SOH and why last Monday the charger stopped at 94% of charge but yesterday both times it made it to 97% and did it in less time than on Monday. Battery temps where about the same. Monday air temps were 50F and yesterday were 39F.
After the second charge yesterday my range was a reported 68 miles but within the first mile dropped to 57 miles then back to 68 miles of range. I drove it home 50 miles and had about 20 miles showing. I have not seen any more 95 mile ranges reports to only drop 15 miles within the first 2 miles of driving.
I did see online another 2016 SL only showing 5/12 SOH bars at 21K miles that is located in CA. That would be an interesting case study I expect.
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