Join Date: May 2018
Location: Norco, California, USA
102-104 kW charging observed, Spanish Fork Utah.
Electrify America Chargers displayed over 84 kW:
Well, it was raining when I went there, shortly after start-up, it displayed 103, then 104 kW on the display. Since there was lightning and I was getting wet, I didn't stand there and observe, so I don't know how long it sustained that speed.
From the Spanish Fork Utah receipt:
End State of Charge - 70%
Total Energy Delivered - 41.9 kWh
Max Charging Rate - 102.68 kW
Charging Time - 00:32:18
My math is 78 kW average.
From Mesquite Nevada:
End State of Charger - 81%
Total Energy Delivered - 44.8 kW
Max Charging Rate - 96.66 kW
Charging Time - 00:36:22
My math says 74 kW average.
OK, is it true? I didn't think to graph it out, but I've seen 77 kW average before at a CCS (EVgo, Baker CA) which has never calculated out past 84 kW. So if in fact the car does charge at 100+ kW, it is not for very long. I wish I was paying better attention. Next time, I will set up a camera to collect display information. Sadly Jaguar did not give us this information. I hope they do in the future.
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