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New Supercharger Dashboard in Hawthorne Lobby

Discussion in 'Model S: Battery & Charging' started by jackbowers, Jan 9, 2014.

  1. jackbowers

    jackbowers Jack Bowers

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    While charging at Hawthorne I noticed a new monitor in the lobby showing all active Superchargers along with those that are coming soon (presumably under construction). It also shows real time stats on total kWH charged along with equivalent miles (based on 350 grid-WH/mile) and gallons of gasoline saved (based on 25 mpg). Very cool. Also, a distribution of kWH per charge, total number of charges per day, and a bar chart ranking of most to least popular sites based on power delivered iver the last 30 days. Be sure to check it out if you're there!

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  2. Benjamin Brooks

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    If they put this real time dashboard online, or even make just a fraction of the data accessible in the car's center console, I would be stoked.
     
  3. lolachampcar

    lolachampcar Active Member

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    Email request to Ownership sent.
     
  4. patp

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    That would be amazing.
     
  5. capt601

    capt601 Vin02324

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    Thats been in the lobby for at least a month, maybe longer. I saw it there in mid december. Wondered why they dont have on the website?
     
  6. NigelM

    NigelM Recovering Member

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    Reposting OPs picture directly:

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    Hope you don't mind Jack?
     
  7. JST

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    It's not clear exactly what the status of the "Coming Soon" dots are; some are clearly under construction, though some (like Edison) are applied for but not yet permitted.
     
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    #8 Zextraterrestrial, Jan 10, 2014
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    It is kind of neat to see the huge spike in the end of December for Christmas travel/shopping + it looks like you can see each weekend

    Middle of Oct had - 1.3MW delivered - 1576 cars last 7 days
    very beginning of Dec - 1.9MW delivered - 2649 cars last 7
    and this last one, jan - 2.6MW -2099 cars

    really should be on the TM web site somewhere, for the freaks that like to look at #'s some:tongue:
     
  9. Zythryn

    Zythryn MS 70D, MX 90D

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    No doubt, although I would be happy with just the Model S fleet mileage:)

    The upper left table, is the horizontal axis kWh per visit?
     
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    yes, and vert is # of charges

    that is a pretty neat graph too. all in bins of 10kW
     
  11. wraithnot

    wraithnot Model S VIN #5785

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    For comparison, here's what it looked like at around 9 am on Saturday December 21:
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    If you look really carefully, you can see a nice spike on the very last day of November. There was also a whopping 1,220,005 miles charged between when I took my photo and when the OP took his photo.
     
  12. Zythryn

    Zythryn MS 70D, MX 90D

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    Thanks again!
    So the average is close to 30kWh as I'm reading it. I would have guessed higher than that.
    I could have a meltdown digging into that data!

    It would be fun to see that same distribution for each individual supercharger as well as changes over time.
     
  13. gaswalla

    gaswalla P4201/85/airsusp/pano/19i

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    when you consider how close Fremont and Gilroy are, that is a lot of supercharging going on there!
     
  14. ItsNotAboutTheMoney

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    Or somebody might want multiple high-resolution photographs that would allow image analysis to give us the exact numbers.
     
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    Really hope they make this available online one day, I'd keep it open all the time just to see the growth in Tesla drivers!
    TM PLEASE MAKE THIS AVAILABLE ONLINE!
     
  16. lolachampcar

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    let's all email ownership.... I did.
     
  17. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    Maybe we should start a betting line on which state gets a supercharger last.

    I'll take Arkansas.
     
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    I see Lillehammer, Gol and Lyngdal on the list - not bad!
    I expect that the activity on all Norwegian chargers will pick up a lot around Easter.
     
  19. EarlyAdopter

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    My money's on Hawaii. I mean, seriously - where are you going to go? Oahu is only 44x30mi. Maui 48x26mi. Not many people on the big island.
     
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    I'd agree. I would actually be surprised if we ever get a Supercharger.
     

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