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Lostit
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Sorry I just did the maths for my UK plug is 13amp to type 2 charger 13x240 = 3,120 watts. Can you answer why my 83v 10amp super charger only does 7-800 watts draw?

How are you getting past the standard plug ? 13amp limitation...looks like some connectors I've not seen.

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LHK
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@lostit because 10a x 83v is 830w. Just because a power supply can feed up to 3000w doesn’t mean the charger plugged into it can now charge your battery at the speed. 

Don’t try and charge your soco battery at 3000w

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Lostit
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@lhk haha cheers well that's obvious to me now.

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flyingelectric
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@lostit 

Sweden have 16a outlets. they can be lesser but max is 16a for this type of connector as 22kw is max for type 2 or am I wrong here?

The connector is swedish type. every country has its own connectors or share with some other.

Original super soco battery can't take too much amps. I think 12a is max for a Super Soco TS. My max I have charged an origibal battery is 8-10A with my past charger through the back port on the side of the sadle. Charging temperature on that cable went up to 50c. Pretty much as original doesn't make the connectors hot.

I can charge my battery easy at 1c or 65A. but my max if I buy a new charger is 75vx50a so 4750w through the type 2 fast charge connector as a normal outlet would cut at that power. max at an outlet would be 3880w or 3880/16 ~240v ac

 

 

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