Neat! I guess this also means that the qc out there is finally working again.
I had read reviews on plug share that it was down for some time.
And as always (for those who don't know), blink qc percentages are not correct. 100% blink = 80% in the car.
Also, can you give temp readings say 20-30 min after quick charging? Curious to see how long the latent heat takes to reach the sensors.
Yeah it took them a while to get it up and running.. But I'm 3 for 3 this year.
This one doesn't have an option for 100%.. just 80%, 60% and 40% (yeah, like I'm going to plug into a DCQC for a 40% charge!)
It would be nice to really get to true 80% or 90%...
The last time I charged to "80%" the car's SOC was 73.2% @ 211 Gids. Oddly during the earlier part of yesterday's charge the Blink's reported SOC was for a brief time higher than the car's.
And yes! The temps did continue to rise! Granted I did drive a bit more and up some hills but I was going pretty easy (55-60mph, ~4mi/kWh) and it was just a few more miles.
I think about 20 minutes later it had topped out just under 31 degrees C. Resting in the shadows on a warm San Dimas day the temps dipped back to about 28-29 after a few hours.
I have noted a few degrees temperature rise while charging at home in my garage early in the morning but then while driving early am in cooler temps (~55-60F) the pack temp can go down a few degrees as long as I'm driving mellow (even though my average current consumption is surely more than the ~9A the 3.3kW charger puts in). So I guess cool airflow over the car does make a difference.