bdgriner wrote:The two numbers that had me concerned are SOH=67% and HX= 61.55% . GIDs is 24.1%.
Any suggestions on a good website that provides more detail explains of these values? The help screen on the app is a starting point but was hoping to find more detail.
For me, I don't care about gid %. I don't know the denominator. I'd rather look at the actual number of gids.
Regarding SOH and Hx, see http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 64#p497564
. Turbo3 is the Leaf Spy author. Nissan AFAIK has never released any public documentation on traffic on the CAN bus or anything that Leaf Spy retrieves.
The most comprehensive and up to date docs are in the app help. You can email the dev for a copy of it in PDF form.
bdgriner wrote:I haven’t lost any capacity bars on my display.
This is impossible if those SOH and Hx values are correct. You are probably down 2 or 3 bars. Again, it's the thinnest bars all the way on the right. http://www.electricvehiclewiki.com/File ... bars_s.jpg
is an example of a fully charged 3 bar loser. Please check again. How many capacity bars do you have visible, including the red ones?
How many gids (numeric not %) do you get to on a full charge?
bdgriner wrote:I’ve been driving EVs for 5 years and had my most recent Leaf for 2.
I have the 30KW Leaf and when I recharge, I get between 19 and 21KW on my charger.
It’s one of the first 30KW models
As I said, your unit usage is incorrect. Battery capacity is measured in kWh, not "KW". What comes out of the wall is over time is also measured in kWh.
kW and kWh are very different metrics. It's the same as confusing gallons with horsepower. Think of kW = horsepower, kWh = gallons.
If one charges at 1 kW (or 1000 watts) for 6 hours, 6 kWh came out of the wall. If it's at 6 kW for 1 hour, it's also 6 kWh. If it's 1 watt for 6000 hours, it's also 6 kWh.
One pays for electricity at home in cents per kWh. There are a few utilities w/residential plans where they not only bill per kWh but also have demand charges, but that's rare and complicates calculations. (Demand charges aren't unusual on many commercial plans.)
1 hp = ~0.746 kW. And, many .gov sites say 1 gallon of gasoline has 33.7 kWh of energy content.
You have a '16 Leaf SV or SL? Build month? That's on the driver's side door sticker.
http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 97#p508397
who also used incorrect units is down 3 bars on his 30 kWh Leaf.
It is unfortunately out of date compared to the app but it isn't useless.