DonDakin wrote:That is very interesting malm. Thank you for the video.
You may have hit 2.75 when demanding power and then rebounded back up to 3.25 with no current demand.
So that means that you can turtle around for 10.5 % of the battery. If driving very slowly that's about 15 km on a new imiev. Not bad for a reserve. I'm surprised that they let it go that low.
Maybe the turtle means "drive slow or you will soon have to push" more like a reminder then a lower power mode....
Thanks again for the video...
Wrong. Never gone below 3,25 V. Allways looking by Canion. NEVER below 3,25 V. I'm sure, Stops because the 12,75 kWh are consumed and now that is 100% of SoC. It stops because it went to 0,0% of SoC. Remember, it is no more of 16 kWh, is of 12,75 kWh and he knows that (finally). But for me, it calculated its capacity wrong, maybe 14 kWh should be correct. Now i will have to wait one year for it to recalculate it again. Maybe with 12,75 kWh in two years it would get it right.
Wrong again. Turtle means stop. When an i-MiEV lost 8% of capacity, they will be lost on the turtle, and you will be able to do only 4 km with turtle, maximum. NONE of you will be able to drive 10 km with turtle if you have it for some time (1 year).
I think i will remove the video, because i don´t want to be responsable for anyone to stop away from home.
Riding an i-Miev since 4/2011 in Portugal, 100.000 kms.