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Maximum Battery Kwatts Output By Owner

Discussion in 'Tesla, Inc.' started by Impulse20110, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. Impulse20110

    Impulse20110 Member

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    If this takes off I think it would be great information for concerned owners to compare their vehicles with others since Tesla has confirmed to reduce power from our expensive performance vehicles without owners knowledge due to "spirited" driving. Which was always encouraged by Tesla in the 1st place! o_O

    Please post these details about your Tesla only:

    Year
    Model
    Battery Version if available or if you were upgraded to a bigger battery
    Battery Charge Level
    Ludicrous on/off
    Max Battery Power on/off
    Maximum Battery Power Output in KW

    Using an app like PowerTools please post your findings of MAXIMUM battery output. Show graphs if available.

    Here is my run:
    2016.5
    P100DL Model S
    75% SOC
    Ludicrous ON
    Max battery power ON but still 20 min left of heating

    Run Start: Jan 4, 2017, 9:30:00 PM
    Run End: Jan 4, 2017, 9:30:08 PM
    Run Duration: 7.5 seconds
    Run Size: 20 records
    Max Speed: 60 mph
    Max Power: 512 KW
    Start Elevation: 193 ft
    Min Elevation: 193 ft
    Max Elevation: 193 ft
    Elevation Change: 0 ft
    Start Odometer: 986.7 miles
    End Odometer: 986.8 miles
    Distance Covered: 0.1 miles
    0 -> 60 MPH: 3.0 seconds

    [​IMG]

    I will Retest at 100% SOC and max battery power ready soon. :)
     
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  2. Impulse20110

    Impulse20110 Member

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    And here are my run specs at 100 socket and max battery power ready. 0-60 off due to trackion. It's 18 degrees F outside!

    File Name:
    RunLog 20170107 182723.csv
    File Size: 3.1 KB
    Run Start: Jan 7, 2017, 6:27:24 PM
    Run End: Jan 7, 2017, 6:27:34 PM
    Run Duration: 10.2 seconds
    Run Size: 43 records
    Max Speed: 63 mph
    Max Power: 564 KW
    Start Elevation: 203 ft
    Min Elevation: 201 ft
    Max Elevation: 203 ft
    Elevation Change: 2 ft
    Start Odometer: 1012.6 miles
    End Odometer: 1012.6 miles
    Distance Covered: 0.0 miles
    0 -> 63 MPH: 2.8 seconds
     
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  3. oktane

    oktane Active Member

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    How are you generating this log? Thx
     
  4. Impulse20110

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    Download "powertools" it's and app you can download in Apple store only. Sign in with your tesla account and run report.
     
  5. oktane

    oktane Active Member

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    Very cool. Is it safe to provide a 3rd party app with login credentials though?
     
  6. bhzmark

    bhzmark Supporting Member

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    The thread that did the graph already did this. If anyone has any significant deviations from that graph that might be interesting but just posting information that falls along those graph lines isn't very interesting
     
  7. oktane

    oktane Active Member

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    I get 539 kW max with 60% SoC using L+ and fully-heated battery pack. That's good for 0-60 of 3.0 seconds flat using PowerTools.

    Not bad, probably would be slightly better with more charge? Not sure what SoC is needed for L+ to be effective.
     
  8. Andyw2100

    Andyw2100 Supporting Member

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    I would think it would be a lot better with a 90-100% SOC. 60% is pretty low.
     
  9. bcampbelllds

    bcampbelllds Member

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    Do any of you MS P100D owners see max KW higher than 570 @ 90-%100% SOC?
     
  10. jaguar36

    jaguar36 Active Member

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    In a word, no.

    You are effectively giving the keys to your car to the 3rd party. They may make claims that they don't do anything with it (and they most likely don't) but there is no way to confirm that, or that a future update won't change that.
     

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