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I'm sorry if this question was already asked, I did a search but couldn't find anything specifically. I'm looking to see if anyone has had any range differences when charging at a 110V vs. 240V. Recently it's been a bit warmer here in NB between -10 and 5 degrees, and I've been getting about 70-75 km per charge at 100% ECO. On the weekend I was in town and charged at a 240V NB power charger, and on the way home my car got 95km, which is significantly more than what I was getting previously during the same driving conditions. Has anyone else had this happen? This makes me want to install a 240V charger if that's the case!
Hi all. I'm using the EvAccess app to monitor charging. Lately it has been reporting charging power well above 3.3kw at a couple of places where I charge. It is currently reporting 4.1kw, but I've seen it as high as 5.9kw. I'm not sure if this value is read directly from the ED or calculated/estimated. I'm curious if anyone else has seen numbers that high? Anything to worry about? I'm just about to hit 25,000km -- car has been great so far. *Update* Turns out this was probably due to a wonky charger at York U. The car seems fine and I don't see how the power reported by EVAccess could have been real, given how long it took to charge. I saw this message on Plugshare: Rod