Not forgetting that the charge rate is limited to that found at other outlets with Type 2 connectors, for example, your home charge point, so 7Kw maximum. As ScottC says a 'destination charger', so OK if you are staying somewhere overnight; not really a quick 'pick me up' if you are stopping for lunch somewhere.No adaptor required, standard type 2 cable, but the charge point must be white in colour. Red ones only work with Tesla vehicles.
This only for destination chargers, with no cable attached.
For that to work with an i3, the OP will need a 3-phase cable.They’re normally three phase, so you can get 11 kW or even 22 kW charging, depending on the car.
So better than most.
No, they are all tethered chargers.For that to work with an i3, the OP will need a 3-phase cable.
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Also available from a number of other cable manufacturers.
Destination chargers, not superchargers. They are generally on Zap Map yes and are free to use.So to be clear, are there always some Tesla chargers in the banks of destination chargers that have tethered 3 phase supplies for CCS and deliver 11kW? If so, how do you pay for their use? Are they identified on Zap Map?