You might also look into having EV Connect. I ran into one of these at Costco in Goleta. You use it via the cellphone app. It was fast for a 50kW charger. Added like 50kW in an hour. ChargePoints get me about 43-44 in an hour.
OH!! If you are an I-Phone user, and your phone is plugged in, hold down the Voice button on the left side of wheel and say "Siri, find me an EV charger". I have figured out how to make it more discerning though. I want to say "EVgo Charger" or something, but it doesn't discern.
Whole foods use them - you just need to make sure you have an account set up even though its free to charge. Slow though.... I also used them while I parked o/n in a parking garage in DC. Again free and speed not an issue as I was charging o/n.
Thanks, good tips. I've scoured the web sites for CCS chargers that do at least 50kW and it seems I can get to the desert in a day. I want to see the bloom ... this year has got to be incredible given all the rain even for you guys in SoCal.
My favorite DC Fast Charger (until something better is found) had a "Fault: Emergency Stop (188)" message when I drove up today. Customer (driver) support says the owner must contact owner support. Owner support can walk the owner through a reset (if possible). There was nothing Driver Support or I could do about it.
Just thought I'd let you know in case you come across a Chargepoint charger with this message.
Sorry for digging this old one up. On the charger mentioned above, I was able to reset it myself a few days later than the post after doing an internet search. This model of charger has a red emergency shut off button on the front of it. You can reboot the charger by pushing in on the red button a little bit, then turning it clockwise about 1/4 turn and releasing it. The charger may work after that or show the fault again. I tried this on two chargers last week at a sight. One reset and one did not.
Speaking of Chargepoint chargers, I got an email from EVgo a couple of days ago stating the EVgo app can be used at Chargepoint chargers now. Your EVgo account will get billed at the Chargepoint rate for that charger. The agreements announced several months ago seem to be coming to reality. Thank you EVgo and Chargepoint.
ABRP: Has anyone used the app recently? Just tried for the first time in months and the updated app seems to insist on using commercial charging sites such as EA over other (free) sites even when the alternatives are selected as preferred.
I just got a 2020 I-Pace and can charge with DC fast public chargers, but neither the home charger nor any other AC L2 charger works. It either stays on initializing or gives a charging fault. I’m wondering if anyone has dealt with this and whether there is an easy fix.
On Friday JLR published new fuse block diagrams for the i-Pace in Topix. One of the interesting fuses is fuse F13 in the Front Junction Box Right, which it says has a function of “Module-Control-EV Wireless Charging”. Did the i-Pace engineers plan to try and add wireless charging in a future...
Hello, I would like to know if anyone has experience with the level 1 charger (car to home socket) supplied with the vehicle being able to charge at 230V X 16 A (total of around 3.6KW). Home sockets are usually 10A, but installing a socket supporting 16A is not a problem. The current voltage in...
Via a super nice customer service rep I finally got some answers from JLR engineering on batteries and charging. My questions were motivated by the observation that my battery temperature was at 108F for 20 min during my first trip at an EA DCFC charger, which seemed high to me. Batteries should...