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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-31-2019, 11:10 AM Thread Starter
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Fast charging comparison

Just came across this article from Inside EV's. Wanted to ask owners if they have found similar results relating to rapid charging. They found the I-Pace to be slightly behind both the new e-tron and EQC. Are people averaging a peak of 85kW? https://insideevs.com/fast-charging-...-electric-suv/
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I charge only at public fast chargers at the moment, but my stations do not show the speed of charge and either does the IPace, so hence no clue. I hope Jaguar changes this in an upcoming update. But some trusty reviews on Youtube have proven that the IPace takes a while to reach full charge speed in colder climates, so called "coldgate" effect, whereas the etron went right to max speed more or less from the beginning. EQC i have not seen any reviews on yet.
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The phone app does not show L3 charging progress? Sorry I have yet to use an L3 as the only attempt failed.
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No, the app only shows % gain / hour the speed is never visible.
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No, the app only shows % gain / hour the speed is never visible.



i don't know if your app over there is the same as ours (version R1.70), but if you go into the settings of the app, and then 'my account', then 'units & date format', you can change the 'charge rate' units from '% / hour' to 'miles / hour'.

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i don't know if your app over there is the same as ours (version R1.70), but if you go into the settings of the app, and then 'my account', then 'units & date format', you can change the 'charge rate' units from '% / hour' to 'miles / hour'.
The feature is busted. I'm testing the Tesla Model 3 UMC using the 14-50 connector and the TeslaTap adapter right now.

It say 167 miles per hour. I wish!

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Con't -

It says 8-10% per hour, which is about right for 7kW (32a) charging.

I plugged the Tesla UMC 14-50 pigtail into the Tesla EVSE body, then plugged it into the 14-50 receptacle. It glows green TESLA. Now I plug the TeslaTap J1772 adapter onto the end of the Tesla charge plug. It's just a press fit. Kind of scary. Now I open the Jaguar charge door, and it shows white LED. I plug the J1772 into it, and it flashes green. The Tesla UMC body now pulses out T - E - S - L - A in rolling green light. Temperature gain after an hour is 20F. The hottest area is the pigtail going into the 14-50. The TeslaTap showed at most 5F gain.

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Not easy, but you can multiply the % charge added per hour times 0.825 to get the KWh number.
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Thanks drscott i hadnt even noticed these settings before. Still would prefer to get the actual charge amount coming form the charging source, so like 45kwh or something like that. But i can use the math as WattAJag suggests.
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