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P90D with a 100KW Battery?

Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by Shir0, Jun 23, 2017.

  1. Shir0

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    Hello,

    I think maybe I have a 100KW battery instead of 90KW. I have driven a P100D and I can't feel any difference.

    On 77% SOC I did a test. and I have between 550+ Watts without MAX BATTERY TURNED ON.
    Look at the Graphs. What do you think? TeslaPwr100f.jpg
    2017-06-04 00.49.58.jpg
     
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    What's on your battery sticker?
     
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    the numbers in that chart are not = to what shows on your dash... most of that data is from an app called power tools in the IOS store.

    Ive had my consumption numbers well over 1000... :rolleyes:
     
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    The Battery sticker is not there.
     
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    How can you have 1000 Kwatts as consumption at one acceleration when the graph goes to 600 Max?
     
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    #6 snd92, Jun 24, 2017
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    U have 136 hp (= 100 kW) instead of 122 hp (= 90 kW)? :p 14 hp is indeed difficult to distinguish, but i do not know of any Tesla battery packs that have this kind of power limitation.

    Edit: My P85DL can output 450-460 kW, which is approximately 800 times your power output (0.550 kW)

    Note: I do not want to be rude, but you should learn measurements of unit regarding power, energy, and kilo.

    Power: [W] (1000*W = kW)
    Energy: [Wh] (1000*Wh = kWh)

    Average consumption: [Wh/km]. It is possible to have 1000 Wh/km even if you max output is 600 kW. It clearly depends on how far you have driven.
     
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  7. Shir0

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    What it consumes at peak is what it then gives you AS
    LOL i know i missed the "K" but didnt know How to Edit the post.
     
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    No sticker on the battery under passenger side front wheel? Is this a fixer uppper?
     
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    You should also learn the difference between k (kilo = 1000) and K (kelvin - unit of temperature).
     
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    No sticker there
     
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    It was an honest mistake, so you dont need to act like all high and mighty miss wikipedia.
     
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    First, the title and the first post is wrong in respect of measurements of unit.

    Second, the subject is about the technical output of your battery. Therefore, it is reasonable to expect some knowledge of wattage and energy capacity.

    Third, I did write an extensive explanation of right use of units on post #6, but you did not care (?), LOL'd and did a (honest) mistake again.

    I am sorry to be rude, but happy to be mighty miss wikipedia in this scenario ;)
     
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