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Discussion in 'North America' started by SpudLime, Jun 29, 2018.
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Summon anyone? 2018.24.1
Anyone else seeing this?
Have you tried rebooting and making sure you have 48A set on the screen? If the amps were lowered for any reason it will default to that lower setting the next time unless you manually put it up again.
i started the thread for discussion to see if anyone else has had this issue since upgrading.
The original poster is the one to ask.
I charged last night under 2018.24.1, and got the full 48 amps. My HPWC is capable of 80A, it is installed on a 100A breaker.
Just realized you cant edit your posts...weird.
This is for the Model 3, just in case folks didnt follow my links.
No power limitations here when using HPWC on 2018.24.1.
Good news to hear others not being restricted as I was going to hold off the update until I saw confirmation from other people that .24 didn't restrict the charge rate on their model 3....looks like I am good to go.
Just suggested that mods move this thread...
Thread is in wrong forum.... Should be "Model 3: Battery & Charging"
sorry, new to this forum. I saw other charging related stuff..
What sort of charging device are you using?
I have the exact same experience with my Gen1 UMC... it seems like the UMC had it's firmware updated and now maxes at 32amps on both my Model S and 3.. last month was giving 40 amps to both
If that's true, I won't ever be connecting my Jesla to a Tesla vehicle. I was previously considering using it as the "travel EVSE" for both the RAV and the 3. I guess it will just stay in the underfloor compartment in the RAV from now on. I will have to cut the zip ties that keep the 3's Gen2 UMC cord tidy for daily charging if I ever need to take it with us to a vacation house or something.
My model 3 is charging at 48A on 24.1 as we speak.
pretty sure this has more to do with the firmware on the UMC and the charging device used vs the car and its software.
The 48amps was prob on a HPWC, which has no issues hitting 48 amps
So is the report here that Gen 1 UMC units (which should do 40 amps) are now only doing 32 amps? Gen 2 UMC units are only good to 32 amps naturally since that is what they are built for.
HPWC's should be able to go up to 80 amps depending on what they are fed from, how they are set, and the max charge rate of your vehicle.
If Gen 1 UMC's are all of a sudden only charging at 32 amps that would be big news.
Sorry to ask, but what is the program you are using on this screenshot ? It's exactly what I'm looking for with my futur Model3. I need to know how much money each charge consume so I can pay back my brother
This screenshot is from the TeslaFi.com web site. TeslaFi.com will log everything about your vehicle, including drives, charges, supercharges, etc. and keep logs of all of it. Subscription is $50 per year.