There should be one nation rfid pay and charging port system....each charging station has its own app
makes no sense what is the driver supposed to do while it is charging for hours ?
How to open chaging station and cost investment sir new vidoes
Ohhh petrol price ₹120
Time kitna laga ye Q nhi bataya??
How much time it took? Why half info?
abey gonchu time b batana thana kitna lagta hai charge karne mein ..
Very important is this topic.
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I think 100% people don't know the practical applications on grid .
Please understand what is the every day grid transmission , what is the actual traffic on the grid on peak hours and off peak hours .
How much electricity is required for water pumping applications , how much electricity is required for commercial purposes and industrial applications.
Like this if we consider each sector and it's peak and off peak hours total requirements.
What is the total power generation and distribution one should understand.
In India the per hour power generation is 317000 MW and in India there are minimum 100000 petrol pump outlets on pan India basis or in 28 states and 8 union territories and in India there are 230000000 vehicles running on roads and registered in RTO'S of India.
If we consider each one individual petrol pump or outlet with a minimum storage capacity of 20000 litres of diesel or petrol then each one litre will have only 3 kWh or units of energy stored.
So each petrol pump has 60000 kWh or units stored energy or 60 MW stored energy.
Total petrol pumps outlets are 100000 and each petrol pump has 60 MW stored energy then it will be 6000000 MW of energy supplied to these 23000000 vehicles running every day on the Indian roads so where is the energy or electricity to supply for these many vehicles.
If each vehicle battery is charged with in 35 seconds then where is the electricity generation.
How can grid function on this sudden imbalance and over balancing of the sudden requirements from various sectors.
Please understand this generation and distribution or transmission and where are the extra lines to take the extra load .
Like this there are many unanswered questions.
Dr Srinivas Bhasker chaganti
Whats the total cost of the station? How to contact them if required? How much turnover will happen? Can anyone reply for this
What if after charging my vehicle I didn't pay n run away?😅😂
Kuch saal me ispe se GST hatake iske price ka aadha tax wasooli karegi tanashahi sarkar
Patparganj is not in centre in delhi bro
Your an idio+
How much does it run in one kw??????
भाई हिंदी में बोलते तो समझ मे भी आता , शायद आपने अंग्रेजो के लिए ये वीडियो बनाया है
400 rs for per day charging🙄
Jab tak charge hogi road pe tab tak kya karenge
Abe salle sirf 8% charge karne me 60 rupee matlab 0 to 100% charge karne me lagbhag 750 rupee ho gye , Abe chutiya ho kya , itne me to petrol ya diesel hi le lenge 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
Chutiya time kitna lagta h promotion kam kiya karo
गजब लगता है ये कार सिर्फ इंगलिश बोलने वाले ही लेते है या आगे लेगे😡
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Some properties are on a shared loop. 22Kw would be rather interesting 😂😂
So what's the largest single phase amperage and wattage there currently is? I see an 80kwh charger for like 2k, but not sure if it's single or 3 phase. I think tesla goes up to 17kw on ac. Is that the fastest the cars currently accept ac charging before you move up to DC charging?
It depends if your planning on going ev for the future . Assuming you are staying for the long term , a;ready in the past few years we have gone from 3.6 to 6.6 now 11kw for newest models, top end models such as Tesla s/x and Audi E-tron and Porsche have the option of upgrading the charger to 22kw , zoe models have it built in on most models . So do you need it ? That depends on you and your usages assuming you have a 3 phase supply , first off what can your car take on ac? if your a driver that daily drains your pack and your car is compatible such as a taxi then such a charger is invaluable where plugging in for an hour gives you another real world 50 miles extra range charging goes form 10-11 hours to say 5-6 hours not half (for a completely depleted pack)but most of the time most people just don’t deplete there packs also if you use a smart charger linked to your electric rate for the best rate possible you will find that most top out at 7kw at the moment. So what over options are there why can’t I charge using the dc part. Well you can but it’s stupidly expensive at the moment typically 7-10k , however v.t.g (vehicle to grid) chargers are starting to appear that will offer up to 22kw dc on 3 phase in partnership with network operators to shift peak load off or use for your home as a big battery backup charge cost are stupidly expensive , these are better used is such Scenarios such as a staff car park or public carpark
Having 3 phase charging can be beneficial if you are on a tariff such as Octopus Agile as it allows you go get the maximum charge during the cheapest times of the night.
Thanks for the video. We have 3 phase power to our shed so even though it's unlikely we will be able to use 22kw charging for some time. But I would rather spend a little more money now on a 3 phase charger so that in the future we will be able to get the maximum speed. I am sure cars will start to come with 22kw on board charging as battery packs get bigger. I think the cybertruck will probably come with 22kw charger.
Excellent clear presentation. Thank you.
Great video - thanks
An excellent video. Answer so many of the question I had. However charging is still a confusing mystery. I paid attention at school about A/C and D/C currents but still never understood them. Now I have to understand them and what my Nissan Leaf can and can't do. This video has explained that it can only charge at 6kw no matter what I feed into it, however what about the Chademo connector? A new Chademo charging point has recently been set up near me, will it charge my Leaf and at what speed???
Videos like this are so helpful Danny, really. Nissan who make the Leaf cannot explain anything in simple terms, e.g. what is a 'granny' cable, what does 'complies with existing infrastructure' mean. Do not buy a Nissan till they learn to speak understandable English.
Keep up the good explanations Danny
Thank you a great explanation.
Good way of explaining it, given I've only got a 20A feed to my garage, 3.6kW is all I can have! But even with 2 EVs swapping between them works Ok.
Check description for prices of all EV Chargers Mentioned in the video
If i want to charge a electric car at home, what's the name of the wall outlet i need to have ?
Every LEAF comes with a charger. Not sure about other models. Its a ripoff but no way out of it. Unless the cord is stolen, you just need a driyer plug installed and use you current inverter cord but it is easier on the car batteries to use level one if you can. Only use level 2 if its free (like at work or a free public chargepoint site). It is not recommended to use level 3 if you want to keep your battery healthy.
*I purchased this two years ago when the design was very new. **do7.pl/jCarStation** The box was just plain aluminum. I gave 5 stars even though the unit has had two problems and the price is now lower. It was - and I think it still is - the best price for a wifi charger. The customer service was super fast and helpful. They quickly went through normal trouble shooting and replaced the unit as soon as we were sure it was broken. I work in manufacturing and design and I know new designs can have problems. I have high confidence this unit will work well and the 3 year warranty is well supported. The new model has indicator lights - I wish I had that on mine.I like to use the timer function rather than the in car timer because I don't have to change settings in the car when I charge at work. The ap and the device work well. Set up is now easier than the early units. I could link with Google home but I don't see what for - you can't change settings and the commands are kind of klunky. Home connection for some devices is not yet great, but I will keep checking in case that gets better.I recommend this product after 2 years of daily use.*
You said your reviews were based on quality & price...but you never mentioned any prices!
Hi Guys, Hope "WALMART" soon sees the advantage of having say 6x EV Charge Stations near front door of every USA Store! It is perfect blend~ Shopper now has a hour or more to shop inside!
what happens if you plug a 7kw EV charging point into a 72v 40ah electric moped?
You have the same web link for both the EVoCharger and the Tesla Wall Connector.
Non of the devices shown are actual "Car Chargers" they are power supplies using the J1772 plug system allows for a "Handshake" between the cars on board charger (This is what charges the battery) and the power being supplied.The units supply single phase one wire 120v or single phase 2 x 120v = 240v and a low voltage pilot signal to identify, monitor and control the input. The big fear from the manufacturers would be someone unplugging the power cord while the car is charging at a high rate this could cause some damage to the electronics.
@5:14... Wait... Is that a Google Nexus... like in the first version... in an ad in 2020? :)
I’ve been using the chargers that came with my 2 electric cars. They work fine.
I adapted them to take 240, but found that 120v does fine.
I just charge a couple of times per week. No big deal. Free.
how much does it cost per month if I charge my car every other day for a month?
This would be helpful only if the cost of the charger were included.
Some of these are portable, but most are hardwired. The nice thing about the non-hardwired ones is that if you're going to a friend's house you can take it with you and plug it into their dryer outlet to get some miles back fairly quickly. There are even ones that have two 120v plugs that you plug into two separate circuit outlets to get 240v @16A. That way you don't have to unplug someone's dryer...
Just installed my chargepoint charger today, looking forward to using it. At first there was an issue with syncing the chargepoint charger to the app as an active home charger, but after another try later in the day it worked.
Nice video. I just started putting together on what level 2 charger I want to buy. I need to upgrade one of the 16amps chargers that I use for my Volt and get 32 amps for our new Bolt. My experience with the Voltec charger has not great with them blowing a solder on fuse and pain to fix.
I just got my ChargePoint 50amp charger working today. I just have a 2019 Volt but it charged in 2 hours 15 minutes. Simply amazing. And the ChargePoint app lets you see your energy company's rates so you can see an estimated cost of every charge. My 2 hour charge cost me $1.59 for 54 miles. That range is equivalent to 1 1/2 gallons of gas out of EV mode.
So saves about $1 using the EV mode. So nice to have more information about my charging. I'm ready for my Tesla in 4-5 years now :)
F level 2 I want level 3 at home
My blink has a solid red fault light. I installed a whip to it, but doubled up with the neutral and ground to the same contact. It is on a 30 amp circuit breaker.
Hi! There are probably a few things you could be asking in regards to this video. For one, why am I talking as if an electric future is definitely happening? Well, sales of EVs are continuously growing thanks in no small part to Tesla, and I believe that the personal transportation market fundamentally needs to shift to EVs if it is to remain sustainable and practical for the future. That said, switching every car out there to electric isn’t going to solve all our problems by any means and a good, hard, critical look at car-centric policy is certainly needed.
But with that belief in mind, there’s a lot of information regarding electric cars that is… confusing. Unless you’ve got experience with one or have done a lot of research, you might not have known that standard charging protocols do in fact exist. I’ve seen many comments across the interwebs from folks who say things like “I’m not willing to look at an EV until there’s a unified charging standard” and, well, those comments are a little depressing to me.
As we head further into this decade, that unification of standards has happened for every automaker who isn’t Tesla, and I want to draw attention to that because as we reach this juncture, Tesla may end up harming adoption by continuing to use their proprietary connector. They have clear incentives to do it - they’re the only automaker so far that has committed to building their own fueling infrastructure. But I am immensely skeptical of a future where ever car company has made you beholden to them for fuel, which is essentially what the Supercharger network perpetuates. As more and more vehicles with the CCS combo connector come online, growth in CCS stations will occur and they’ll be run by all sorts of companies, and supply fuel to all sorts of cars. That’s really the future I think is best for consumers, and I hope that Tesla joins it soon.
Probably someone already commented this, but the "tesla" plug is also a open standard. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_2_connector it is used all around Europe because we have a three phase power grid.
Trading freedom for convenient...but do people really prefer freedom?
Wireless, sounds like hacker haven.
Thank you for your great work
so why does begins with T and ends in esla have to be so bloody different?
The infrastructure additions you describe are very capital intensive. Existing electric rates do not include the expense of this new dedicated equipment in the customer rate ( revenue) base. Yes you guessed it ! I worked for an electric utility for 31 years. If regulators would approve an EV surcharge, the accumulated capital expense could be added to he monthly bill. The amount of the surcharge could be adjusted downward as the amount of additional electric revenue supports the new capital expense required to implement functions to serve EVs .
Mine is about a 1/3 that size, no buttons and no lights but I am still smuggish
Great video! You know what you're talking about, and I like that! You ideas to have all new home construction come equipped with an EV charge circuit hard wired in, is smart. Although, I would up the wire size to #6 to allow higher amp draw Tesla chargers to be added. I own a Leaf, a BMW I3, a Toyota RAV4 EV, and A Model 3. Yes, I could get by with a 40 amp circuit feeding 32 amps to all of them, but the Model 3 can charge up to 48 amps, which is helpful the bigger your battery is. I also love the idea you had of utilities getting involved with chargers that can bill to EV charging right to individuals home accounts. Anyhow, I watched video all the way through. Thanks!
I hope we don't get things using EVSE like this which require ventillation when charging, because if *nothing* currently on the market does I bet at least a quarter of the EVSEs available don't actually handle that part of the spec correctly.
A very interesting video but still useless. Until manufacturers put the charger in the vehicle, electric cars will not be popular. Most American homes have at least one 240volt circuit in their homes, electric clothes dryers and electric stoves use 240 volt so it's not uncommon. Just think how profitable Tesla would be if they didn't have to build charging stations. Just think, you come home, pull the cord out of the car (yes the 25ft cord is included) and you plug it into an outlet. Hey wouldn't it be nice if 120 volts could also be used? What if there are no outlets? Simple! Install solar panels in the roof, even at a 5% rate they would be efficient. They could even recharge a car while it was being driven, just like alternators do now.
Here a problem for your public charge ideas. The charge port need to be at the street. you can't run a wire across the sidewalks.
You can plug in a tesla at home? You can have both.
I like your shirt. Glad you made that clear :-)
treat it like a big cell phone, bet they will have wireless charging parking spots one day
Watching this after the Texas power freeze. Can you imagine a smart grid where you were able to charge your car for 6 cent or less/kWh, then the car knows you’re not going to work that day and the price of power is up to $1/kWh so you can make 3x you’re investment by backfeeding to the grid? Now that’s a good use of capitalist greed!
Shouldn't there be lots of electrons in there? You know, like, zillions? At least a googol or two. And then the janitor refills it from a bucket after someone gets a charge. Or maybe you retrofit those underground gasoline tanks to hold electrons.
They should legislate all EV's to have Frankenstein bolts, and then you can charge 'em all up with hefty alligator clips. No need for some smarty pants mechanical engineer to come up with yet another incompatible (but patentable) connector.
Note that Tesla continues to use it's proprietary connector format in North America only. In Europe and elsewhere they use the standard Minnekes plug. Even in North America it is really a non-issue as every Tesla is delivered with, among other charging hardware, a J1772 adapter. Thus every tesla can charge at a standard J1772 plug format EVSE, be it Level 1 or Level 2.
Great info video. Reason like this is why I drive my home made ev, I just plug it into any outlet and I am done. I also carry with me a small HONDA generator, in the car in case I can't find a place to connect to. You are right most of the EV's are a rip off. Especially with the cost of batteries. There is no reason for lithium batteries to be so expensive. Well I do know, is about ripping off, as many people as they can, for profit.
it charges the car ...its a charger