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Any data logging service that records supercharging rate?

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by acarney, Sep 6, 2019.

  1. acarney

    acarney Member

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    I know there are a couple different options out there, Stats, TeslaFi, Teslastics, etc. Do any track your supercharging session and graph charge rate vs SOC, etc? Or do the people that post their supercharging graphs all do it by hand? (Either record the screen with a camera or cell phone or sit in the car and manually write down data points every minute or something?)
     
  2. AEdennis

    AEdennis Active Member

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    I use Tezlab...

    They're tracking that.
     
  3. Tam

    Tam Well-Known Member

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    This is what TeslaFi would show you. What you see is what you got from the web browser and there's no manual logging, no manual graphing needed:

    If these graph and tables are too simplistic, there's a download option so you can get all those raw data and use it to do your own sophisticated graphing (I don't know how and I don't try it!)


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    To compare, this is what Tezlab shows you since it is an app, not a browser, I am not sure there's an option to download raw data to create your own graph. TeslaFi above shows my highest Supercharger power intake is 117kW and then it tapers down (V3 can go to 250kW) but Tezlab doesn't show that below:

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  5. agreenfi

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    Here is a supercharge session logged by TeslaMate.

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  6. acarney

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    Can you export that raw data as an excel file or csv file? (Or at least remove some of those lines so the graph is only plotting time, SOC, and charge rate?)
     
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    Yep, the graph is completely interactive through a web app called Grafana. Here it is with just those metrics selected:

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  8. acarney

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    That’s perfect!!! It’s easy to read and covers the key stuff I want now with what looks like plenty of information if I want to dig deeper down the road!
     

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