Driving an electric car every day

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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 26/07/21, 20:44

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Here is a triplet battery.

The cells are aligned, test done at 4% battery remaining. If there were pb, it would show ...

I forgot, for solar panels, sometimes you have 40W of production for a few moments, at other times almost 500W, (in my case), but solar is not constant.

It would take a "buffer" battery to charge an EV ....
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 26/07/21, 21:14

Answer 1 to the Guitounnet pôôôôvre ....

Just the beginning of an answer ...

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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 26/07/21, 21:53

Answer 3

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Damn, it's true, I said 5000, when he said 5500 ...

I sincerely apologize .... : Mrgreen:

5000 cycles does not mean that the car will necessarily be able to run properly like that.

The batteries will be able to make 5500 cycles, in less intensive use, than driving an EV.
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 26/07/21, 23:09

A fairly recent test on EVs in Norway, where 60% or more of the cars sold are EVs.

https://www.naf.no/elbil/aktuelt/elbiltest/ev-winter-range-test-2020/

To put things in perspective with some, I don't know everything about EVs, I'm just a very interested user.

I do not have infused science, I am only giving you what I know, or perhaps, believe I know.

Everything is probably not impeccable in what I am exhibiting, but will give you a good idea.

If I say it's 20 °, and in fact it's only 18 or 22, what does that matter? the idea is there, it does not freeze!
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Christophe » 27/07/21, 00:05

phil59 wrote: I still cannot insert directly from the forum, but by cheating a little ...


Why not ???
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 27/07/21, 13:13

Here, a photo which did not go live yesterday, passes today without worry ... Without having to restart the pc, without having changed anything in the config.

Let's talk a bit about the 208.

Good car also, charge in 7 kW, on T2 socket, and up to 100kW in theory, 50 kWh of battery, approximately 300-350 km of real autonomy.

Good, but do not hesitate to take the option at 500-600 €, which allows charging on T2 socket up to 11 kW, in addition, on a public terminal, 2 EV charging, generally, we have 9-11 kW available by EV, in tri-phase.

In 7 kW on T2 socket, you will only charge 3.5 max.
Taking the 11 kW option will allow you to charge at 9-11 kW.

Conversely, on you put a single-phase terminal at home, in 7 kW, you will only charge in 3.5 ...

I highly recommend the 11 kW option, if you drive a lot, go on vacation with ...

Usually the pb is not at home, but when on the move.

We will say that we have 1 CCS terminal, for 100 T2 terminals, 18-22 kW. (exaggeration, both positive and negative, depending on the location).
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 27/07/21, 20:49

Hyundai, Kona, or Kia Niro.

The motorization is the same, 2 versions, 39 kWh of battery, or 64 kWh.

I have the kona in 64 kWh.

It's about 400-500 km of range on a mixed road.

Depending on the version, the load on the T2 socket is at least 7 kW, and 11 kW on certain versions, or as an option.

I will advise you to have 11 kW on T2 socket.

In CCS or DC socket, it takes up to 77 kW.

In 37 minutes, we deliver a small 300 km of autonomy.

Well, a stop is often not far from 30 minutes, by putting a little more, we can have almost 300 km.
Besides, don't we say that you have to make a stop approximately every 2 hours, or 200 km ?.

https://www.automobile-propre.com/voitures/hyundai-kona-electrique/recharge/

CCS sockets, generally, cost a little more, but for an exceptional course, is this really a problem .... You can arrive at the same price as on a VT per 100 km. Often just a little less.

It's a mini SUV.

The front and rear seats are good. (often the rear is neglected on many vehicles, VT or EV).
With 4 people in it, we are very good, carefree.
At 5, a little tight at the back, if you have men's sizes! : Lol:

For every day, too much autonomy, but as soon as you get away a little, no worries, you can practically reach almost 500 km on a mixed road.

In early March, just before confinement, I did a nonstop test, over 300 km, in less than 4 hours, on very few expressways.
In total, I will have done almost 315 + 85 km, fast on the 315, this time there ... tp like 5-6 °
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 27/07/21, 21:18

I forgot, the "phone" application is very good, and unlike Renault, works extremely well.

You can program your load, trigger the heating or the air conditioning remotely, if you no longer know where your vehicle is parked, you geolocate it, close, open the doors remotely, etc ...
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