- August 8, 2017 at 4:15 pm #33426
- September 10, 2017 at 4:43 pm #33705
I bet your fed up with this type of query, but here goes:
I have a Hyundai Ioniq Electric, if a CCS charger is not available, could I charge it with a type2 rapid ac charger, i.e. will the cars onboard 6.6kw ac charger only draw 6.6 although connected to perhaps 40kw or more?
I am coming over to UK from France next month to Devon, where there appears to be a shortage of ccs connections, that’s why I’m asking.
- September 14, 2017 at 7:37 pm #33853
Rapid AC chargers don’t work with my Ioniq here in the UK. The only type of connector that rapid charges my Ioniq is the CCS one. As you’ve rightly mentioned, there is a shortage of CCS chargers in and around the Devon area.
Your best bet to find CCS chargers are on motorway stations and some very few CYC locations near city centre car parks.
A few good links below (these services require that you download their apps and register your card so you can be charged when you use them):
– https://www.ecotricity.co.uk/for-the-road (Rapid chargers on motorways)
– http://www.chargeyourcar.org.uk/ (rapid, fast and slow chargers)
– https://www.polarinstant.com/map (rapid, fast and slow chargers)
Please let me know if there’s anything else you need help with.
- September 17, 2017 at 2:53 pm #33854
- October 12, 2017 at 10:56 am #34089
Please can someone tell me where can I find the details regarding the weight of these chargers, connectors and cables.
- November 19, 2017 at 1:23 pm #34571
I see a lot of negative comments on chargers on ZapMap saying they’re not the speed they claim to be… while this may be true in some cases:
Mostly it’s about the temperature of the battery when it’s charging and the car therefore limiting it.
For instance on the Renault Zoe (2013) the numbers in the boxes indicate the maximum it will accept based off the temperature (along the top) and the % of charge up to 100% (top to bottom) : https://speakev.com/threads/typical-charging-times-table.14399/#post-231052
Would be good to update the article to explain about how the battery charge temperature can affect the charging rate to stop people complaining about posts that are fine :).
- February 13, 2018 at 5:48 pm #36299
What I would like to know is why do we need to 3 or more socket systems?? Anyone knows the answer. Is it just because no one is in charge (if you excuse the pun)?
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