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Brochure says 10.5 onboard charger
Thanks to a nice freebie Tesco 22kw Stumpy type2 post..and still going at a high SOC when I took this

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11.2 kW on screen is the total power received from external charger, but some of this energy is used by electronics, radio, HVAC, etc. Battery will probably get around 10.5 kW. If interested, an obd2 adapter will tell exactly how much energy is delivered to the battery and how much is diverted to other power consumers in the car while charging.
 

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Brochure says 10.5 onboard charger
Thanks to a nice freebie Tesco 22kw Stumpy type2 post..and still going at a high SOC when I took this

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I think they're assuming 220V (220V times 16 amp times 3-phases is 10.56kW). That's what you would likely get in continental Europe.

Official mains voltage in both UK and the rest of Europe is 230V but actually most of Europe still has nearer 220V actual and UK has 240V actual.
230V would give you up to 11kW, 240V gives up to 11.5kW.
 
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I think they're assuming 220V (220V times 16 amp times 3-phases is 10.56kW). That's what you would likely get in continental Europe.

Official mains voltage in both UK and the rest of Europe is 230V but actually most of Europe still has nearer 220V actual and UK has 240V actual.
230V would give you up to 11kW, 240V gives up to 11.5kW.
Interesting, thankyou
 
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