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I was told by the dealership that the included charging cable is a 120v and doesn’t come with a 220v. Has anyone else heard this? I find that strange that the don’t offer both the car
 

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My order document states "188KA Charging Cables - Mode 2 Basic"
I think that's compatible with 240V / 30 Amp = 7.2kW charging?
 

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At Newport Beach Jaguar I looked at the i-Pace charger, the EVSE that is included with US cars is 120v (5-15) and 240v (NEMA 14-50) by using an adapter, like a Tesla.
Amps? I do not know. They still have not put the data in the owner's manual as of yesterday.
 

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At Newport Beach Jaguar I looked at the i-Pace charger, the EVSE that is included with US cars is 120v (5-15) and 240v (NEMA 14-50) by using an adapter, like a Tesla.
Amps? I do not know. They still have not put the data in the owner's manual as of yesterday.
Does Newport Jaguar have an I-Pace in the showroom now, or just the EVSE cable?
 

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Comes with this 240v NEMA 14-50 plug along with a regular 120V household plug. I currently have a NEMA 6-50 socket (which is what Audi A3 e-tron currently use), so I would need to get an adapter.
 

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Does Newport Jaguar have an I-Pace in the showroom now, or just the EVSE cable?
I do not know. I saw it at the 'presentation' accidently. They did not inform me of the event, I showed up so my wife could look at the F-Type ICE sportscar.
 

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Theoretically we could have three L2 chargers running in our garage! Course I'd have to swap the 100amp feeder breaker out, but the wiring can handle 200 amps so no worries.
 

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Comes with this 240v NEMA 14-50 plug along with a regular 120V household plug. I currently have a NEMA 6-50 socket (which is what Audi A3 e-tron currently use), so I would need to get an adapter.
TotesMagotes reports that only the 110V cable came with the car. Where did you get the picture of the plug, was that actually from an ipace?
 

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I speculate the 'included cord' with a 14-50 plug came with the demonstrator pre-production models that seem to be circulating.
IIRC the cord shown when I looked at the prototype on display in Mission Viejo back in August had the large plug.
 

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This is the only charger that came with my car.
Is it possible that the charger is rated to 240V/30Amps, what does it say on the back? The yellow cable in your picture is rated to 300V. Maybe it's just the plug that's a standard 110 plug and the charger actually supports level 2?
 

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TotesMagotes reports that only the 110V cable came with the car. Where did you get the picture of the plug, was that actually from an ipace?
That's from my Jaguar dealer's prototype car. They said it comes with both that can be interchanged. My Audi A3 e-tron came with interchangeable 110v plug and 220/240 plug.
 

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Is it possible that the charger is rated to 240V/30Amps, what does it say on the back? The yellow cable in your picture is rated to 300V. Maybe it's just the plug that's a standard 110 plug and the charger actually supports level 2?
Rated for 120V, 1.2kw, 10A. See attached.

People in my office think I'm crazy for repeatedly going out the parking lot in the cold to take pictures of a charging cable. https://www.i-paceforum.com/forum/images/I-PaceForum/smilies/tango_face_smile.png
 

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There was an official communication to US dealers on July 13, 2018:
" CHARGING CABLE - The previously communicated standard Multi-Function Charging Cable has been removed from the program and will be replaced with a standard Home Charging Cable, capable of charging via domestic sockets. This Home Charging Cable is not capable of Level 2 AC charging. As previously communicated, the preferred home charging solution for the customer is the Jaguar approved wall box which itself comes with a tethered charging cable."

I remember seeing the multi function Charging Cable in the pre-production frunk of the demo vehicle but I now understand that is not what we are getting.
 

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1.2 kW is a joke. Maybe 30 miles per day driving max. Will also waste a lot of energy while charging.
I bet ChargePoint did not like the idea of 7kW L2 or they would not sell many of the official home charge stations.
 
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