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Sounds good - might be a few weeks until I make another decent journey unfortunately.Plan on doing some more substantial journeys in a couple of weeks so might sign up then. Interested to hear your feedback though and if it’s worth paying for it after the trial ends!
I don't know about ABRP, never used it. However, Tronity looks interesting so I signed up (thank you for the referral code!). I'm not sure if it is worth paying for but I like all the stats and things it gives. Because I've only been running it today I don't have much, but the range of my Zoe has been absolutely zapped in the cold weather so had to do a quick top-up to ensure I got home. I am quite impressed with the charge curve graph (from an Ionity charger):
That’s a shame - I wonder if any of that was to do with poor mobile signal.Tried it for a couple of days. So far, it seems to be spitting out junk data.
My journey over to the Lakes yesterday shows the right start and end points, but not the right start and end times. It also shows I used 0kWh and drove at 2700kph over the 90 mile journey.
When I add up everything listed under 'trips', it misses about a third of the milage, and most of the battery usage. It does identify two rapid charges - interestingly while my receipts say 8.94 and 6.9 kWh, Tronity thinks it was 10.17 and 3.92. ( I could understand if both were a little less than billed, representing charging losses, but 12% more and 43% less?!).
Not sure if it's a Tronity or Renault glitch, but bascially pretty much all the numbers are nonsense!
So did mine! It only shows 7kW after it stopped charging (I left it plugged in for ages after the stop time). The kWh consumed data under the graph appears to be correct (the flat bit at 28kW shows that it has charged 0kWh in the table), so I think it must be a bug in the calculation of kW, unless they get that from Renault. Weird, as the DC graph the other day looked fine.Good shout. I'll try to get in touch with them and see what they say. It's amazing how much data is garbled - my 7kW charge this morning is showing as 50kW in the charge curve!
Hello is ABRP premium only allow to connect with tronity or the free version is ok ?At first glance this looks really very interesting.
Tronity looks interesting and useful in its own right, but what’s really good is the link up with A Better Route Planner so that ABRP automatically knows the cars battery level and is able to more accurately calculate consumption etc.
This 'live data' mode is already available for Teslas using the Tesla login, and for various other cars using OBD dongles, but using Tronity requires no dongle. (This is especially positive for people like me with a car where the OBD port is already occupied by the Onto equipment.)
I’ve manage to get Tronity set up in all of 5 minuets and it’s already linked up with ABRP - quite excited to try this out on the next length journey I do.
Downside is that Tronity isn’t free - although you get 2 weeks free trial as standard (I’m on this now). I didn’t realise it, (or I would have looked around for a referral code!) but they have a referral system where if you use a code you get a 4 week free trial. My link is below if anyone would like to take up that offer.
TRONITY enables you to access, own and manage your electric vehicle data via software only – no hardware is needed! Through the combination of various data points such as charging rates, running costs can be reduced and driving behavior can be optimized.tronity.io
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Hi — Tronity should work with ABRP free versionHello is ABRP premium only allow to connect with tronity or the free version is ok ?
I did the two week free trial and it connected fine, though aside from the current SOC, most other data didn't sync between Renault and Tronity for me so wasn't particularly useful.Hi — Tronity should work with ABRP free version