In this video, we are taking a closer look at the rapid battery charger for the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom from RCGeek/RCStyle. This fast charger for the Mavic 2 series can charge 3 batteries simultaneously in about an hour instead of one at a time compared to the stock DJI charging hub. If you fly often and have multiple batteries this is a must have and will save you hours when it comes to charging your DJI Mavic 2 Batteries.
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In this episode I review a new charger that has recently installed new charger in my local area. This one belong to the ESB Network which has recently started to install a series of rapid chargers in UK.
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Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Tuesday 11th December 2018. It’s Martyn Lee here and I’ve been through EV story today so you don’t have to.
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EV CHAMPION CARLOS GHOSN AND NISSAN INDICTED IN JAPAN
“Carlos Ghosn and Nissan, the Japanese automaker he saved from collapse, were indicted Monday on allegations of financial misconduct, deepening a crisis that already brought down one of the global car industry’s most iconic figures.” says CNN Business: “Tokyo prosecutors said they indicted Ghosn, 64, and Nissan for under-reporting his income over a five-year period and are investigating allegations that the practice went on for even longer. Prosecutors said Monday that they are also arresting Ghosn and Kelly again as they investigate additional allegations that the two men under-reported Ghosn’s income by more than 4.2 billion yen ($38 million) between 2015 and 2017.”
People have worked out how European Model 3 reservation holders can get 6 months free supercharging by using a referral code. If you try to type one in you get the page for the Model S or X so here how it’s done, via ClearnTechnica…”Send an email to buildmy3EMEA@tesla.com with the word “Referral” in the subject line. In the body of your email, include your name and contact information, the reservation number (starts with RN), and the referral code you’d like to use. This is the method to use if you have already configured your Model 3, which is a workaround for Europeans until Tesla changes the website options. Note that it may take a few days for Tesla to update your order.”
In the meantime, Tesla are working hard to add CCS cables to their European Superchargers. Earlier in 2018 I reported on their engineers doing the preparatory work, as reported on Reddit, so i hope now the news is public there’s an aggressive push to simply add the cables if all the wiring is ready. Tesla has said they’ll prioritise the busiest stations.
MOTORWAY CHARGEPOINTS SHOULD BE SAVED FOR PURE EVS
“Plug-in hybrids should be stopped from using rapid chargepoints on motorways until they can accept electricity at a faster rate to stop blocking pure EVs.” reports Natalie Middelton for FLeetworld in a story today which got a lot of coverage in the press: “The Development of the UK Public Chargepoint Network report says widespread confusion over how fast electric vehicles can be ‘refuelled’ could be undermining efforts to provide an adequate public chargepoint network. To summarise, RAC Foundation director Steve Gooding, a chargepoint will only ever be as ‘rapid’ as the car that it plugs into; pure EVs only need around five minutes of charging at the quickest rapid chargepoints to get 15 miles of range while plug-in hybrids will need around an hour to achieve the same thing. To ensure drivers of pure EVs are not “blocked” from using essential chargepoints, report author Harold Dermott, who has spent more than 35 years in the motor manufacturing industry, says drivers of plug-in hybrids should not be allowed to use them, until PHEVs have both a greater electric-only range and can accept electricity at a faster rate.”
“The new Formula E season gets under way in Saudi Arabia on 15 December, and you can watch all 13 races live on the BBC. The all-electric series will take place in some of the most iconic and eye-catching cities in the world – from Marrakesh to Paris, with the season finale a double header in New York. This will be the fifth season of Formula E, and promises to be the most exciting and interesting so far, with some big names among the 11 teams and 22 drivers. The opening race in Riyadh is live on the BBC Sport website, Red Button and Connected TVs from 12:00 GMT on Saturday.” says Gary Rose for BBC Sport today: “New for 2018-19 is ‘Attack Mode’ – akin to something from Mario Kart, this is another temporary speed boost that will be available to drivers…
Not my finest video creation for sure. I’ve really disliked making this video from start to end.
The idea was simple, three rapid charges and some quick driving but I wasn’t to know my opinion of the car would dramatically change.
So much of the footage I shot became redundant and Inappropriate once I analysed the data. The car seems to charge slower than I expected and potentially had issues charging from cold. The BMS becomes active at various times without a consistent pattern.
Compared to the 64kwh version the 39kwh is half the car when you consider it’s limited range in worst case scenarios and slower charging performance.
Remember this is my opinion only and I’ve been spoilt with the 64kwh version.
With so much secrecy from Hyundai about what the BMS is actually doing, we simply can’t fully understand the cars abilities in respect to charging and hence it’s sadly easy to draw conclusions from tests such as this. Ideally, such tests would be repeated over multiple times to prove results and again varying parameters to learn more.
The charging time of 57 minutes seemed accurate for the 20% to 80% charge but sadly 6% to 80% wasn’t so swift.
Does the 39kwh Kona have issues charging from cold? Why does the BMS come on when the battery is cold? Why was charging limited to 14kw from cold in my final test? All unanswered I’m afraid.
UK Kona Electric specs: