How much electricity does a new energy vehicle have to charge at a time?

How much electricity does a new energy vehicle have to charge at a time?

How much power does a new energy vehicle charge on a single charge depends on the following two points: one is the size of the lithium battery configured for the electric vehicle; the other is the amount of electricity remaining in the battery pack before charging. For example, the capacity of an electric car battery pack is 20KWH, and it is 50% of the balance before charging. Only need to charge 10KWH to fully charge. Generally speaking, for a new energy vehicle with a battery life of 200 kilometers, the battery capacity is about 31 kWh, which is about 31 kWh.

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New energy car charging can be charged using a charging post or can be charged using a socket. When charging at home using the socket, it should be charged exactly in accordance with the instructions of the car. It is best not to use the "flying line" to charge.

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There are no public charging piles near the owner's residence, and there is no condition to install the charging pile. I have to use the 220V socket of the car charger to charge the car. Therefore, some car owners use the "flying wire" charging method, that is, the power strip is used to extend the socket. Near the body, plug the charger into the power strip for charging. In fact, "flying line" charging is very dangerous. Ordinary patch panels are prone to heat during charging, which can easily lead to accidents such as fire and electric shock. When charging with a 220V household socket, you should use a 16A three-phase socket (air conditioner, refrigerator, etc.) to connect the charger. It is strictly forbidden to mix chargers between different brands, and must be shipped with the vehicle. If you need to use the extension cord, you are advised to consult the manufacturer, 4S shop, and purchase an extension cord that can withstand large currents under the guidance of professionals.

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