BrockWI wrote: ↑
Thu Jan 21, 2021 7:55 pm
I did recently get "Scan my Tesla", but I can't seem to get a soc or Hx number out of that, but it could be I don't know where to look.
Hx no, but SoC yes.
Have you watched the Bjorn Nyland videos ? He presents a couple very good SMT tutorials
SMT is pretty clear that in the case of Tesla battery management there is
1. Nominal battery capacity when new
2. Current max capacity
3. Reserve (to avoid bricking)
4. A sliding scale buffer that starts at 0% when the SoC is "100%" and reaches 4.5% when the SoC is "0%"
The constant used to translate capacity into range DOES NOT CHANGE. That is just ignorance and FUD