Yes, See this thread.mkjayakumar wrote:Phil, where do you read the SOC % value and the stored capacity ? Does the car provide that data in the Nav windows, or do you get that using your own device which you had designed and installed in your car ?
Also the slower charge time reduces efficiency since the coolant pump is running the whole timelpickup wrote:I don't know about inefficient (although it may be, I really don't know). But it's definitely slower. For the last 10% or so the charger tapers off the current drawn so while you normally get around 1 bar every 90 minutes hours on L1, the last bar may take 3 hours or so (I don't charge enough at L1 to know whether those are accurate, but that's the basic idea). So if you have the time anyway, that's fine, but on average you'll get more charge per hour if you start and end lower than you would if you start higher and end closer to 100%.mkjayakumar wrote: - the higher end of charging is inefficient, in the sense that more electricity is spent to charge the last 20%
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SoC: 94.591% (Current State of Charge) Lvl: 22.240kWh (Current Level, i.e. 278 Gids) Ful: 67.568Ah (Full Capacity) Tmp: 72.3f (Battery Temp) Vlt: 393.23v (Battery Voltage) CLC: 1.030 (Grad Cap Loss Coef) CLM: 1.005 (Grad Cap Loss Mtr) CPL: 92.3kW (Charge Power Limit) RPL: 41.6kW (Regen Power Limit) DPL: 110kW (Discharge Power Limit)