|➛ L1 120V and L2 240V -- SAE J1772 IEEE AC Charger Standards|
|Voltage [V]||Power [KW]||Amps||Protocol||Connector||EV Make/Model||Note|
|120||1.92||16||J1772||J1772||All except for European market||2001 version. Split Phase Residential. Required 20Amp single pole CB on dedicated-single NEMA 5-15R receptacle. Do not install the standard duplex outlet because the single NEMA 5-15R consumes 16A most of the time and the CB will be tripped if user will connect to the second outlet of the duplex anything else.|
|110||1.76||16||J1772||J1772||All except for European market||Leg to leg of a 360 VAC Y of 3-phase Commercial. Required 20Amp single pole CB on dedicated common NEMA 5-15R receptacle|
|240||7.68||32||J1772||J1772||All||2001 Version. Single phase. Mostly all EV consume the power in US and our World. Mostly all public J1772 chargers produce the power in US and our World. Required 40Amp dual pole CB on dedicated (various type) receptacle. A wireless chargers uses this standard J1772 now, but it should be created new standard soon. Almost all wireless platforms (as a transmitter disk) connected to J1772 charger for now. Refuse to plug-in costs 5% - 10% of the energy loss in the best case: MIT wireless Energy transmition patent is about 5% loss. BMW patent -- more than 10%|
|240||11.52||48||J1772||J1772 (to Tesla adapter)||Tesla Model 3/S/X, M3 Long Range & Performance, all German's EV||Single phase. Any model Tesla required simple adapter, it is included with any Tesla car. Required 60Amp CB on dedicated NEMA 14-50R receptacle.|
|240||19.2||80||J1772||J1772 to Tesla adapter||Only Tesla Model S/X before 2017 with with Powerpack V2 pre-installed on board||Single phase. 2008 version, after Yazaki company internally redesigned a J1772 connector that sustained 80A! Required 100Amp CB. NO receptacle! Must be hardwired to the dual pole CB.|
|240||19.2||80||J1772||J1772||Single phase. 2008 version, after Yazaki company internally redesigned a J1772 connector that sustained 80A!|
|➛ L2 SAE J2954 Wireless IEEE Charger Standard|
|240||11||46||J2954 2013||Inductve-Wireless||BMW530e Testing stage||11 KW charger requires 50A standard Circuit Breaker (CB). The Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) has been patented and licensed by MIT. The improving WPT efficency MIT patents started in 2007 from 85% efficiency on the energy transfer. The WPT based on Magnetic Resonance Effect is tolerant to the material (cement, snow, ice etc) and distance between transceiver and receiver. The span could be up to 10 inches w/o any efficiency changes on the energy transmission. There is no broblem to charge your EV in a winter with 10 inches of snow over the transceiver. The WPT charger efficiency now is up to 93% from grid to battery. The MIT latest WPT patent succeedes any similar patents! The SAE J2954 has 4 levels [kW]: 3.7, 7.7 (for sale by Pluglesspower.com), 11 (BMW and WiTricity testing stage). and 22 in the future.|
|➛ L3 DC Charger Standards|
|400||200||500||PLC||SAE CCS IEEE||All EV with a fast charger except Nissan and US Tesla||Current CCS standard. It is an IEEE standard. Required ~ 0.2 MW of Power and commercial Circuit Breaker (CB). Can not install it at home :). Currently most CCS EV consumes 40kW-90kW during 110-50 minutes to charge up to 80%|
|1000||450||450||PLC||SAE CCS2 2018||Porsche Tycoon 2019, BMW-i4 2020||Required ~ 0.5 MW of Power and commercial Circuit Breaker. Can not install it at home :). The difference
between CCS and CCS2 is double Voltage up to 1000VDC. Porsche
consumes 350kW during 15 minutes to charge the battery pack up to 80%.
Question: Some remote US towns have just 1 MegaWatt an electric power plant. Guess how many Tycoons will consume entire MegaWatt during the 15 minutes of charging? A: 2!
|400||130||325||Tesla||Tesla||All Tesla Models||Standard Tesla fast charger AKA Supercharger build almost each 100 miles on all major North America's highways.|
|400||72||180||Tesla||Tesla||All Tesla Models||Urban Tesla fast charger AKA Urban Supercharger build for major North America's cities.|
|400||250||625||Tesla||Tesla||Tesla S/X/3 Long Range & Performance||V3 Tesla fast charger AKA Latest Supercharger build for major North America's highways. Tesla aiming to 700kW 800VDC in the future|
|400||100||250||CHAdeMO||CHAdeMO||Since 2018 models only Nissan Leaf in US||It was propreatory Japanese only standard till 09-2015, it is an IEEE standard now. It is less reliable and more complicated than CCS. Another disadvantage: CCS connector has single outlet and software combined with world standard and 'must present on any EV J1772 connector' and protocol. While the CHAdeMO has nothing in common with J1772! Jun 2018 - CHAdeMO Association released its new 2.0 version for 400kW but all EV's max CHAdeMO consumption is 45kW. Even the Nissan Leaf 2018 accepts only 50kW max via the CHAdeMO. Moreover 3 major EV manufactures (Honda, Hyundai and KIA) make all EV cars with CCS for both Americas markets, starting from 2017. All models from those 3 manufacturers before 2017 were with CHAdeMO connector.|
SAE World Standard ➛ L3 ➛ Combo Charging System(CCS) ➛ Car Makers: Audi, BMW, Ford, GM, Jaguar, Kia (switched from CHAdeMO), Honda(switched from CHAdeMO), Hyundai (switched from CHAdeMO), Lucid Air, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen
Japanese only Standard ➛ L3 ➛ CHAdeMO ➛ Car Makers: BMW (Japan only), Kia (Japan only), Honda(Japan only), Hyundai (Japan only), Nissan (Worldwide). Moreover the Nissan company planes CCS charges on many Nissan's future EV-s, that could be the End of CHAdeMO. And Nissan made CHAdeMO and only one company who supports CHAdeMO currently.