Re: Wanted: Extreme Cold Range Data (earn free t-shirt!)
Posted: Sat Feb 04, 2012 5:43 pm
i am seeing same thing and i think it has to do with solar radiation more than the actual OAT (outside air temperature) i will end today with 3rd straight 5+ miles per k day. something that has not happened since last Oct. today it was like 53º but full Sun so guessing that made as much difference as the warmer than normal weatherGaslessInSeattle wrote:the wackiest thing I'm seeing with this warm couple of days up north here is that it appears to be much easier to achieve a higher efficiency/MPkW at 50 degrees than say below 30-40 f. It also appears that acceleration is improved noticeably. has anyone come up with a possible explanation for this? I've been using Zero Climate control consistently.TonyWilliams wrote:...
We absolutely need a way to measure the battery temperature, because there is far too much variation. Or some other factor is in play that isn't obvious.