I am wondering if the bars on the power meter represent a particular number/quantity of watts being used or regenerated in that moment?
Ie is there a number of watts - say 100, for the sakes of example - that we can multiply the number of lit bars by, to work out the total number of watts being drawn or being regenerated?
I generally drive keeping the power meter indicator within or below the “eco” range when I can, but I keep wondering what the top end of the “eco” range means - how many watts when the bars are lit to the top end of the eco range?
And, are the number/quantity of watts consistent for every “bar” in the power meter, or do they vary across the meter? If 10 bars are lit, does that mean exactly (or close enough to exactly) twice the watts are being used compared to 5 bars? Would 20 bars be exactly (or close enough to exactly) twice the watts of 10 bars?
2018 40 kWh LEAF.
Any knowledge on this would be appreciated, thank you!