There's a Pizza Hut there as well so if you don't need any shopping you can always grab a Pizza while your chargingOooh very nice news! (Less nice for the Shell just down the road having just invested in a charger but that is still good for DC cars in a hurry)
Funny how Lancaster has so quickly gone from absolutely nothing to practically the charging mecca of the North West. People in Wales can only hope for similar.
It is it's 3 phase 22kWA thing occurred to me when I was trying it is I’m not sure if the Zoe cable is rated for 22 kWh or not. I assume it is as I’ve not had any problems but I have heard of talk of single phase and three phase cables but not sure what that means unless they use thicker gauge cable or not. Anybody know the answer?
I think it's about 7.4kW theoretical (they're 32A units - 32x230=7360W) but with inefficiencies etc it's just stated as 7kW. The actual capability is just described as "32A single phase"Is it single phase 7.2 kWh and three phase 3 x 7.2 kWh = 21.6 kWh but both running at 30A?