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Time from Standard to Range

Discussion in 'Model S: Battery & Charging' started by napabill, Dec 1, 2012.

  1. napabill

    napabill Active Member

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    Anyone know the approximate time for getting from a standard charge of 240 mi, to a range charge of 260 miles using a 40 amp 14-50 and using a Supercharger?
     
  2. rbmartin

    rbmartin Model S Sig. 517

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    14-50, just under an hour. Supercharger no idea, but my understanding is the it tapers off as the battery reaches full charge, so it may not be much faster.
     
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    Larry Chanin Model S Perf Sig 1055

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    On the official Tesla forum a member posted various Supercharger charging times.

    It demonstrated that at high state of charge the Supercharger is no faster than a High Power Wall Connector (HPWC). For example, at a beginning state of charge of 74% it took 39 minutes to add 38 rated miles, or an average charging rate of 58 miles of range per hour to go from 74% to 88%. So assuming the average rate is no more than 58 miles of range per hour, a reasonable estimate would be around 25-30 minutes to go from 90% (240 miles) to 100% (265 miles) with a Supercharger.

    An HPWC would do about the same.

    A 14-50 would take about twice that time, as you stated, about an hour.

    Larry
     

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