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I'm shortly to acquire an Allure version of the Peugeot e208 and wonder if, please, someone can knowlegdably clarify a query I have. Not having means to home charge I therefore needs must use public facilities. Whilst I understand that this car can be filled from 0-80% capacity in 30 minutes using a ccs 100 kw facility, thls type of public charger is a rare thing so I customarily employ the more plentiful >50< kw alternative: in those changed circumstances, will the vehicle still take the same amount of time to 'fill up' to 80% or will it take longer and, if so, how much longer...?
 

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It will take longer. Probably a little under 15 minutes longer to charge 10-80%.



 

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EV Database is a very good source for these kinds of questions. If you scroll down to the Rapid Charging section it suggests 43 min on a 50kW charger. That sounds about right to me if it's reasonably warm.


I took 39 min from 8% > 84% the other day with a warm battery on a 100kW charger, which is pretty close to the prediction.
 

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I’ve been trying to work out CCS charging and it’s proving not to be too easy in getting the chargers to work

I tried a local BP pulse 50kw charger

first time round it wouldn’t communicate with the car (like I found with some chargers on a recent trip) but second time round it worked

I’m still not sure on procedural approach to make it work every time

when mine was charging it was at 200mph (adding 200miles for an hour of charge)

best if off street charging though

JJ
 

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I'm shortly to acquire an Allure version of the Peugeot e208 and wonder if, please, someone can knowlegdably clarify a query I have. Not having means to home charge I therefore needs must use public facilities. Whilst I understand that this car can be filled from 0-80% capacity in 30 minutes using a ccs 100 kw facility, thls type of public charger is a rare thing so I customarily employ the more plentiful >50< kw alternative: in those changed circumstances, will the vehicle still take the same amount of time to 'fill up' to 80% or will it take longer and, if so, how much longer...?
 
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