Driving an electric car every day

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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Christophe » 15/02/23, 18:49

Had to put a 6V-12V DC converter with the amps that go well at the output of the alternator ... but hey at the time it must have cost an arm ...
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Macro » 15/02/23, 19:13

If you had an arm to put in... The best thing was to start it with the crank...
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by dede2002 » 15/02/23, 19:43

Christophe wrote:Had to put a 6V-12V DC converter with the amps that go well at the output of the alternator ... but hey at the time it must have cost an arm ...


We used that to operate the car radios.
But, there have never been 6V alternators... :P
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 21/02/23, 11:04

I forgot to post the outward and return info....

In fact, a little traffic, often driven at 120 km/h on the speedometer, on the motorway, some work, but only 225 km, and an end at 130, in France.

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The time in fact, and a little less, because the engine "uncut" the time to collect the keys ....


A consumption at the wheel of around 15 kWh/100 km, and consumption to go from 49% to 92%, i.e. 43% discount, 33.57 kWh, percentage calculation not precise, without decimals, but just to give an idea, it's about 40 kWh to put in the battery to be at 100%, which gives an estimate of 17.7 kWh/100 km, when taken.
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 21/02/23, 11:12

Janic wrote:I am not attacking the EV since, on the contrary, I find some uses for it (reread what I wrote!) But making it a tool supposed to replace the thermal one is an industrial and economic absurdity in addition to being anti ecological
And, everything in its time, in the beginning, the VTs, were not everywhere, and today, they are
yes, times change and the choices do not gain credibility.
If you can demonstrate that toute the population of the globe will be able to drive electric, even by multiplying by 1.000, at least, the CN; then you would have been right.
We must stop being naive enough to believe that what is possible and valid on a very small, non-industrial scale, is possible on a planetary scale for the simple reasons of raw materials.


Why must it be all or nothing?

Because not everything can be done in 1 year, do we abandon a project?

When we start to be 1/3 EV on the planet, electric, as we know it, may be obsolete, and replaced by something more awesome.
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 21/02/23, 11:18

dede2002 wrote:
Christophe wrote:Had to put a 6V-12V DC converter with the amps that go well at the output of the alternator ... but hey at the time it must have cost an arm ...


We used that to operate the car radios.
But, there have never been 6V alternators... :P


But, they were dynamos!
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by sicetaitsimple » 15/06/23, 20:30

Soon V2H (vehicle to home) or even V2G (vehicle to grid) available as standard?
https://www.autoplus.fr/renault/renault ... tml#item=1

I have believed in the concept for a long time, a private vehicle is useless on average 95% of the time in France. So a big battery on wheels, you might as well try to find additional uses for it.
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Macro » 15/06/23, 20:49

sicetaitsimple wrote:
I have believed in the concept for a long time, a private vehicle is useless on average 95% of the time in France.


Talk for you.. : Cheesy:
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by sicetaitsimple » 15/06/23, 21:03

Macro wrote:
sicetaitsimple wrote:
I have believed in the concept for a long time, a private vehicle is useless on average 95% of the time in France.


Talk for you.. : Cheesy:


I said "on average". A passenger car averages about 12000 km/year in France. Let's say, ladle, 50km / h average. So about 240 hours of driving.
240 / 8760 = 2,7%.
You see, I'm still very generous with my 95%, in fact it's closer to 97% of the time that it's useless. :D
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 15/06/23, 21:10

Let's say that in the campaign the percentage should increase "a little". The car is in places where it is not used much that we use it the most.
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