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LeafSpy data from Leaf 62kWh e-Plus

Posted: Sat May 18, 2019 11:05 am
by jilldris
Have someone that already got their 62kWh e-Plus started to use LeafSpy?
(I hope LeafSpy is still supported?)
Would be interesting to hear what the usable energy is. What the gids are with fully charged and empty battery, etc.

Re: LeafSpy data from Leaf 62kWh e-Plus

Posted: Sat May 18, 2019 1:21 pm
by HerdingElectrons
I have seen around 770-775 Gids at 100% SOC reported in other threads

Re: LeafSpy data from Leaf 62kWh e-Plus

Posted: Sat May 18, 2019 3:31 pm
by Jerryr
My one week old 2019 SL+. With 250 miles on odometer
Manufacture date 2/19

Fully charged last night.
AHr = 176.12
SOH = 99.84%
He = 99.58%
SOC = 99.4%
60.1 kWh
GIDS = 775 (103%)

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Re: LeafSpy data from Leaf 62kWh e-Plus

Posted: Sun May 19, 2019 12:12 am
by jilldris
Interesting.
So roughly 60kWh in the battery when fully charged. The 40kWh Leaf had 50 gids remaining when the dash showed 0% battery, if we assume around 75 gids for the 62kWh Leaf that would give around 54.2 kWh usable energy.
(It is usually possible to continue to drive some also when the dash shows 0% but that is not really for the normal driver)

Or do someone also have LeafSpy data from when the dash shows 0%, eg empty battery?

By the way, in which country are you located that have already taken delivery of 62kWh Leafs? In Sweden they are not available yet.

Re: LeafSpy data from Leaf 62kWh e-Plus

Posted: Sun May 19, 2019 12:48 am
by cwerdna
^^^
Jerryr is almost certainly in the US, judging quick check of some of his posts.

Interesting that the dash display can get to 0% on gen 2 Leafs. On my '13 Leaf, it will go from some number around 6% to ---%. I never saw 5% or any values below that.

Re: LeafSpy data from Leaf 62kWh e-Plus

Posted: Mon May 20, 2019 6:49 am
by Jerryr
jilldris wrote:Interesting.
So roughly 60kWh in the battery when fully charged. The 40kWh Leaf had 50 gids remaining when the dash showed 0% battery, if we assume around 75 gids for the 62kWh Leaf that would give around 54.2 kWh usable energy.
(It is usually possible to continue to drive some also when the dash shows 0% but that is not really for the normal driver)

Or do someone also have LeafSpy data from when the dash shows 0%, eg empty battery?

By the way, in which country are you located that have already taken delivery of 62kWh Leafs? In Sweden they are not available yet.
Country = USA, Tampa Florida area.

The 62 kWh Leaf +s are slowly showing up. Started arriving about 1-2 months ago.

Re: LeafSpy data from Leaf 62kWh e-Plus

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 2:56 pm
by metricus
I'd be particularly interested if you can post some temperature data next time you take a longer trip together with some DCFC data.
I think many of us wonder about the extend of Rapidgate on the Plus.

Re: LeafSpy data from Leaf 62kWh e-Plus

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 4:21 pm
by Jerryr
metricus wrote:I'd be particularly interested if you can post some temperature data next time you take a longer trip together with some DCFC data.
I think many of us wonder about the extend of Rapidgate on the Plus.
I’ve never done a DCFC on any of my 3 Leafs in 4 years of ownership. They all were relegated to local trips in town. The ‘19 Plus opens up a comfortable radius for us. We have a remote cabin 120 miles from home.

Now with the Plus’ 62 kWh battery I doubt ever needing a FC. For road trips I have a nice Lexus Hybrid or a 2019 Ford F-350. If I needed a EV car to do road trips I would have purchased a Tesla.

Today I did a 100 mile round trip to civilization to take my wife shopping. (50 miles one way). With 92 dF OAT at 65 mph, here’s the battery temp at trip end.

91.2-94.6 (3.4 dF variance)

At trip end I still have over 100 miles of range remaining. I will not charge tonight. It’s a 70 mile round trip to rural town from our remote cabin where we are this week. I’ll charge after the next trip to town. With the extra range of the plus I’ll be charging 1/2 as often. This should help reduce rate of battery degradation hopefully.

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Re: LeafSpy data from Leaf 62kWh e-Plus

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 5:14 pm
by lorenfb
Jerryr wrote:
Today I did a 100 mile round trip to civilization to take my wife shopping. (50 miles one way). With 92 dF OAT at 65 mph, here’s the battery temp at trip end.
You didn't mention the time between the outbound trip and the return trip, nor did you mention the temp at the end of the outbound trip.

Re: LeafSpy data from Leaf 62kWh e-Plus

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 6:34 pm
by SageBrush
lorenfb wrote:
Jerryr wrote:
Today I did a 100 mile round trip to civilization to take my wife shopping. (50 miles one way). With 92 dF OAT at 65 mph, here’s the battery temp at trip end.
You didn't mention the time between the outbound trip and the return trip, nor did you mention the temp at the end of the outbound trip.
Were the temps at the start of the trip mentioned ?
And the fall in temp is no less interesting than the rise.