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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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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! :grin2:
 

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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 20°F. The hottest area is the pigtail going into the 14-50. The TeslaTap showed at most 5°F gain.
 

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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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Just charging now with that setting changed to km/h and yes that cannot be correct as I'm up to 1320km/hour and rising ? obviously buggy that one
 

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And thanks to that very simple conversion of % / 0.825 I figured out that my IPace was around 45kwh pretty well up to 85% which i am happy with considering the cold temperatures and of course a 50kwh charger.
 

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I don't know about other fast chargers, but EVgo shows how many kWh were supplied to the car, and it shows the charge start/stop time or duration (depending on where you look), so figuring out the rate is just dividing the total supplied by the portion of an hour.

If other fast chargers are charging by the kWh I'd think they'd have to tell you what you got, but maybe they don't supply the start/stop times.
 
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