LiIon charging oddity

LiIon charging oddity

Roadster | 15. April 2013

According to the article, the problem can be managed now that the cause is known.

I think this statement:

"The surprising finding, published April 14 in Nature Materials, could affect the up-and-coming electric vehicle industry"

is a bit overdramatic and unnecessary.

Noah.S | 16. April 2013

This has been known for quite some time. I remember researching tips on the care and feeding of my laptop battery a few years ago. It said start charging when it hits a fairly high level (80+%), but sometimes the battery meter will be off and you'll have to empty the battery to reset the meter.

Besides, on a car as complicated as Tesla, I'm sure they have more than 1 voltage output sensor calculating remaining charge