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If ABRP is linked to a car; it prevents it from sleeping


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Jean-Yves Avenard

If you configure ABRP to access the SoC of the car by linking it via the Tesla account: the car will then never goes to sleep ever.

This is problematic as it prevents the BMS to properly calibrate the battery capacity, the 12V battery will end up going flat.

ABRP should detect when the car is attempting to sleep and stop polling the car for data. Similar to what apps like TeslaFi or Tessie are doing

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Katya_ABRP

Hi Jean-Yves,

We really need to get in touch with a user who's experiencing this issue so that we can investigate it properly. If you or a different user from the forums could contact us we'd be ever so grateful. You can of course share this report in the forums, link is; abrp.upvoty.com/b/report-a-bug/if-abrp-is-linked-to-a-car-it-prevents-it-from-sleeping

/Katya


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Bo_ABRP

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Katya_ABRP

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Jean-Yves Avenard

Hi wasn’t referring to my vehicle. As each time I had my car linked to would stop sleeping so I removed it.

However lately a few people in our Australian Tesla owners club were puzzled on why their car No longer sleeper. I asked if they were using ABRP and they were. After removing the car link it went to sleep as expected.

I created that bug entry to track it.

Note that I use both TeslaFi and Tessie and o see no such issue with the car if only those two services are connected.

However it will always happen if ABRP is connected. So whatever those apps are doing appear to be working.

Thank you for your response.


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Katya_ABRP

Hi Jean-Yves,

I understand. It would be very helpful to the investigation of this matter if users who are currently experiencing this behavior would contact us or comment here, link is; abrp.upvoty.com/b/report-a-bug/if-abrp-is-linked-to-a-car-it-prevents-it-from-sleeping

/Katya


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Katya_ABRP

Hi Jean-Yves,

We do have measures in place to allow the car to go to sleep, but we cannot directly detect that it is trying. Instead we restrict polling in situations where it is expected (such as after a drive). The amount of polling also depends on app usage since we intend to provide you plans with updated data from your vehicle. Should you not use ABRP for a few days we'll poll less frequently and eventually stop polling the vehicle entirely.

I've just checked the vehicle on your account, but it isn't actually linked to ABRP currently thus we can't be the reason for the sleep disturbances. Or is there perhaps a different ABRP account you're using where we can check polling logs?

/Katya