I don't believe that the charger efficiency is anywhere near that low, at least at 240V... Look at the commercial 3.3Kw chargers that are available for EV applications: The lowest I could find was 84 percent. The highest was 90. (This again is at 240 - they are all significantly lower at 120.) Splitting the difference - since we are all guessing at this point - seems to be a good estimate of what is in the Leaf unless we can find the specific make and model and trace back that information from the manufacturer...
planet4ever wrote:Which proves? My calculator says 0.82 * 12.67 = 21.87. That's a lot closer to 21 than to the 24 you seem to be insisting on, mogur. A 24 kWh total battery capacity with 10% reserved (unusable) makes sense to me, and leaves us with 21.6 kWh usable.
Leaf SL 2011 to 2016, Volt Premier 2016 to 2019, and now:
2019 Tesla Model 3; LR, RWD, FSD, 19" Sport Wheels, silver/black; built 3/17/19, delivered 3/29/19.