Charging and cosphi

Dutch forum member, Q210 driver and multifuntion charger builder “fivari”, posted this table today, stating charging behavior of the Q210 on a single phase line under chargepoint power conditions. Measurements were done in this order, so charginging definately starts at 8A. Three phase table will follow on a later date. Great info, thank you!

Pilot chargepoint (A) - Pilot CanZE (A) - Current (A) - Power (kW) - cos phi
=====================   ===============   ===========   ==========   =======
6                                 no charging,  pinkish dash
8                       7                 7,7           1213         0,66
10                      9                 9,6           1808         0,80
12                      11                11,2          2281         0,87
14                      13                13,1          2763         0,91
16                      16                15,7          3374         0,94
18                      18                17,3          3750         0,95
20                      20                19,5          4271         0,96

Here is more data. Also Q210, now on a 3 phase settable charger. Unfortunately no real AC power data

Pilot chargepoint (A) - Pilot CanZE (A) - Available CanZE (kW) - DC CanZE (kW)
=====================   ===============   ==================== - =============
10                      0, not charging   3,0                    -0.2
12                      11                4,2                    4.0
13                      12                5,1                    5,1
14                      13                6,0                    5.6

R240, now on a 3 phase settable charger.

Pilot chargepoint (A) - Pilot CanZE (A) - Available CanZE (kW) - DC CanZE (kW)
=====================   ===============   ==================== - =============
6                       6                 2,4                    1,2
7                       6                 2,4                    1,8
8                       7                 3,0                    2,7
9                       8                 3,9                    3,4
10                      9                 4,5                    4,0
11                      10                5,1                    4,7
12                      11                6,6                    6,1
13                      12                7,5                    7,0
14                      13                8,1                    7,5
15                      14                8,7                    8,0
16                      15                9,6                    9,1
17                      16                10,2                   9,5
18                      17                11,1                   10,4
19                      18                11,7                   10,9
20                      19                12,3                   11,5
21                      20                12,9                   12,0
22                      20                12,9                   12,0
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5 comments on “Charging and cosphi
  1. Borut says:

    It would be interesting to see dc power to battery at this charging rates.

  2. Per Bengtson says:

    I am not sure how to interpret the second table. Does it say that it won’t change at 3x10A or am I misunderstanding something?

  3. Borut says:

    here are my test results for R240 at homecharger.
    three phase:230V /400V
    pilot at chargepoint pilot canZE available charging power (canZE) DC power (canZE)
    =============== ========== ============================ ===============
    6……………………….. 6……………… 2,4…………………………………………… 1,2
    7……………………….. 6……………… 2,4…………………………………………… 1,8
    8……………………….. 7……………… 3,0…………………………………………… 2,7
    9……………………….. 8……………… 3,9…………………………………………… 3,4
    10……………………… 9……………… 4,5…………………………………………… 4,0
    11…………………….. 10…………….. 5,1……………………………………………. 4,7
    12…………………….. 11…………….. 6,6……………………………………………. 6,1
    13…………………….. 12…………….. 7,5……………………………………………. 7,0
    14…………………….. 13…………….. 8,1……………………………………………. 7,5
    15…………………….. 14…………….. 8,7……………………………………………. 8,0
    16…………………….. 15…………….. 9,6……………………………………………. 9,1
    17…………………….. 16……………. 10,2…………………………………………… 9,5
    18…………………….. 17……………..11,1………………………………………….. 10,4
    19…………………….. 18……………. 11,7………………………………………….. 10,9
    20…………………….. 19……………. 12,3………………………………………….. 11,5
    21…………………….. 20……………. 12.9………………………………………….. 12,0
    22…………………….. 20……………. 12,9………………………………………….. 12,0

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