mxp
Posts: 761
Joined: Fri Apr 23, 2010 9:32 pm
Delivery Date: 26 Jun 2015
Location: Fremont, CA

Re: Discuss data from the LEAF Battery app, and Comparisons

Mon Sep 03, 2018 12:45 pm

Updated 9/3/2018:

New 24kWh battery: build date 2017/1/5 ; s/n: 1715000312) Note: This car now gets 5 days of 100% charge cycles. And, for 3 of those days, another top-up cycle close to 100% again mid-day.

2011 Blue Leaf (all updates applied, QC=31, L1/L2=2895), 83,082 miles
3/1/17: AHr=63.8 CAP=96.29%. Hlth=100.00%, GIDS=278 (new 24kWh battery replacement)
3/17/17: AHr=66.11 CAP=99.78%. Hlth=98.25%, GIDs=285
9/1/17: AHr=65.02 SOC=98.13%. Hlth=96.40%, GIDs=287
12/08/17: AHr=62.73 SOC=95.2%. Hlth=91.57%, GIDS=282
4/30/2018: AHr=62.29 SOC=95.0% Hlth=90.40%, GIDS=279
9/3/2018: AHr=61.33 SOC=95.0% Hlth=87.92%, GIDS=276


New 24kWh battery: build date 2017/1/5 ; s/n: 1715000438) Note: This car gets most 80% charge cycles. Battery sits charged, but not driven much.

2011 Silver Leaf (all updates applied, QC=70, L1/L2=2149), 72,409 miles
3/17/17: AHr=66.14 CAP=98.82%. Hlth=99.93%, GIDS=284 (new 24kWh battery replacement)
9/1/17: AHr=64.34 CAP=97.11%. Hlth=95.26%, GIDs=281
12/08/17: AHr=62.21 SOC=94.7%. Hlth=90.20%, GIDS=278
4/30/2018: AHr=61.79 SOC=94.1% Hlth=89.12%, GIDS=275
9/3/2018: AHr=61.12 SOC=95.0% Hlth=87.35%, GIDS=274

DaveinOlyWA
Posts: 14247
Joined: Sat Apr 24, 2010 7:43 pm
Delivery Date: 16 Nov 2019
Leaf Number: 319862
Location: Olympia, WA
Contact: Website

Re: Discuss data from the LEAF Battery app, and Comparisons

Thu Sep 06, 2018 6:34 am

mxp wrote:Updated 9/3/2018:

New 24kWh battery: build date 2017/1/5 ; s/n: 1715000312) Note: This car now gets 5 days of 100% charge cycles. And, for 3 of those days, another top-up cycle close to 100% again mid-day.

2011 Blue Leaf (all updates applied, QC=31, L1/L2=2895), 83,082 miles
3/1/17: AHr=63.8 CAP=96.29%. Hlth=100.00%, GIDS=278 (new 24kWh battery replacement)
3/17/17: AHr=66.11 CAP=99.78%. Hlth=98.25%, GIDs=285
9/1/17: AHr=65.02 SOC=98.13%. Hlth=96.40%, GIDs=287
12/08/17: AHr=62.73 SOC=95.2%. Hlth=91.57%, GIDS=282
4/30/2018: AHr=62.29 SOC=95.0% Hlth=90.40%, GIDS=279
9/3/2018: AHr=61.33 SOC=95.0% Hlth=87.92%, GIDS=276


New 24kWh battery: build date 2017/1/5 ; s/n: 1715000438) Note: This car gets most 80% charge cycles. Battery sits charged, but not driven much.

2011 Silver Leaf (all updates applied, QC=70, L1/L2=2149), 72,409 miles
3/17/17: AHr=66.14 CAP=98.82%. Hlth=99.93%, GIDS=284 (new 24kWh battery replacement)
9/1/17: AHr=64.34 CAP=97.11%. Hlth=95.26%, GIDs=281
12/08/17: AHr=62.21 SOC=94.7%. Hlth=90.20%, GIDS=278
4/30/2018: AHr=61.79 SOC=94.1% Hlth=89.12%, GIDS=275
9/3/2018: AHr=61.12 SOC=95.0% Hlth=87.35%, GIDS=274

Typical car. loses value almost as fast when driven as sitting ESPECIALLY when not properly stored...
2011 SL; 44,598 mi, 87% SOH. 2013 S; 44,840 mi, 91% SOH. 2016 S30; 29,413 mi, 99% SOH. 2018 S; 25,185 mi, SOH 92.23%. 2019 S Plus; 412 mi, 99.72% SOH
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mxp
Posts: 761
Joined: Fri Apr 23, 2010 9:32 pm
Delivery Date: 26 Jun 2015
Location: Fremont, CA

Re: Discuss data from the LEAF Battery app, and Comparisons

Fri Feb 15, 2019 6:41 pm

Updated 2/15/2019:
Still 12 bars on both vehicles. Its been about 2 years since my battery was replaced. It seems the "Lizard Battery" is holding up pretty well.

New 24kWh battery: build date 2017/1/5 ; s/n: 1715000312) Note: This car now gets 5 days of 100% charge cycles. And, for 3 of those days, another top-up cycle close to 100% again mid-day.

2011 Blue Leaf (all updates applied, QC=31, L1/L2=3085), 89,685 miles
3/1/17: AHr=63.8 CAP=96.29%. Hlth=100.00%, GIDS=278 (new 24kWh battery replacement)
3/17/17: AHr=66.11 CAP=99.78%. Hlth=98.25%, GIDs=285
9/1/17: AHr=65.02 SOC=98.13%. Hlth=96.40%, GIDs=287
12/08/17: AHr=62.73 SOC=95.2%. Hlth=91.57%, GIDS=282
4/30/2018: AHr=62.29 SOC=95.0% Hlth=90.40%, GIDS=279
9/3/2018: AHr=61.33 SOC=95.0% Hlth=87.92%, GIDS=276
2/15/2019: AHr=58.46 SOC=94.6% Hlth=81.45%. GIDS=261 (2 years since battery replacement)


New 24kWh battery: build date 2017/1/5 ; s/n: 1715000438) Note: This car gets most 80% charge cycles. Battery sits charged, but not driven much.

2011 Silver Leaf (all updates applied, QC=70, L1/L2=2287), 77,248 miles
3/17/17: AHr=66.14 CAP=98.82%. Hlth=99.93%, GIDS=284 (new 24kWh battery replacement)
9/1/17: AHr=64.34 CAP=97.11%. Hlth=95.26%, GIDs=281
12/08/17: AHr=62.21 SOC=94.7%. Hlth=90.20%, GIDS=278
4/30/2018: AHr=61.79 SOC=94.1% Hlth=89.12%, GIDS=275
9/3/2018: AHr=61.12 SOC=95.0% Hlth=87.35%, GIDS=274
2/15/2019: AHr=57.79 SOC=94.7% Hlth=80.13%. GIDS=259 (2 years since battery replacement)

mxp
Posts: 761
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Delivery Date: 26 Jun 2015
Location: Fremont, CA

Re: Discuss data from the LEAF Battery app, and Comparisons

Mon May 06, 2019 8:01 am

Updated 5/6/2019:

There are still 12 bars on both vehicles. A couple of months over 2 years since the battery was replaced.

Car #1
New 24kWh battery: build date 2017/1/5 ; s/n: 1715000312) Note: This car now gets 5 days of 100% charge cycles. And, for 3 of those days, another top-up cycle close to 100% again mid-day.

2011 Blue Leaf (all updates applied, QC=31, L1/L2=3179), 92,896 miles
3/1/17: AHr=63.8 CAP=96.29%. Hlth=100.00%, GIDS=278 (new 24kWh battery replacement)
3/17/17: AHr=66.11 CAP=99.78%. Hlth=98.25%, GIDs=285
9/1/17: AHr=65.02 SOC=98.13%. Hlth=96.40%, GIDs=287
12/08/17: AHr=62.73 SOC=95.2%. Hlth=91.57%, GIDS=282
4/30/2018: AHr=62.29 SOC=95.0% Hlth=90.40%, GIDS=279
9/3/2018: AHr=61.33 SOC=95.0% Hlth=87.92%, GIDS=276
2/15/2019: AHr=58.46 SOC=94.6% Hlth=81.45%. GIDS=261 (2 years since battery replacement)
5/6/2019: AHr=59.17 SOC=95.5% Hlth=82.86%. GIDS=267

Car #2
New 24kWh battery: build date 2017/1/5 ; s/n: 1715000438) Note: This car gets mostly 80% charge cycles. Battery sits charged at 80%, but not driven much.

2011 Silver Leaf (all updates applied, QC=71, L1/L2=2375), 79,891 miles
3/17/17: AHr=66.14 CAP=98.82%. Hlth=99.93%, GIDS=284 (new 24kWh battery replacement)
9/1/17: AHr=64.34 CAP=97.11%. Hlth=95.26%, GIDs=281
12/08/17: AHr=62.21 SOC=94.7%. Hlth=90.20%, GIDS=278
4/30/2018: AHr=61.79 SOC=94.1% Hlth=89.12%, GIDS=275
9/3/2018: AHr=61.12 SOC=95.0% Hlth=87.35%, GIDS=274
2/15/2019: AHr=57.79 SOC=94.7% Hlth=80.13%. GIDS=259 (2 years since battery replacement)
5/6/2019: AHr=59.15 SOC=95.0% Hlth=82.81%. GIDS=265

DaveinOlyWA
Posts: 14247
Joined: Sat Apr 24, 2010 7:43 pm
Delivery Date: 16 Nov 2019
Leaf Number: 319862
Location: Olympia, WA
Contact: Website

Re: Discuss data from the LEAF Battery app, and Comparisons

Tue May 07, 2019 6:46 am

sitting at 80% SOC is too high. I would aim for 40%
2011 SL; 44,598 mi, 87% SOH. 2013 S; 44,840 mi, 91% SOH. 2016 S30; 29,413 mi, 99% SOH. 2018 S; 25,185 mi, SOH 92.23%. 2019 S Plus; 412 mi, 99.72% SOH
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