- FAQ on home charging
- Q&A on working charging
- Public Charging Q&A
- Security Q&A
Limitations on the use of the charging post
Different charging posts may have different limitations on the use of the charging post, such as maximum power, maximum current, etc. It is recommended to understand the charging post before purchasing it. It is recommended to understand the usage limitations of the charging post before purchasing it and ensure the compatibility between the vehicle and the charging post.
Do public chargers work with all EV models?
Most public chargers work with most EV models and have standard charging ports such as CHAdeMO, CCS and Type 2, however, some older EV models may not be compatible with some of the newer chargers. For this reason, it is recommended that you confirm your vehicle's compatibility with the charging post before using a public charging post.
What is the charging speed of public chargers?
Charging speeds for public charging posts vary and are usually based on the type and power of the charging post. For example, fast chargers (DC) provide faster charging while slow chargers (AC) take longer to charge. In general, fast charging posts are good for long trips, while slow charging posts are good for long stays such as parking lots.
Users can find nearby public charging stations through mobile apps, map navigation systems, or charging station operators' websites. These platforms usually provide real-time information on the location and status of the charging posts, including availability, usage, etc.