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Tesla Website Charging Speed Estimator?

Discussion in 'Charging and Infrastructure' started by Gabzqc, May 15, 2017.

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    Hi Everyone,

    There used to be a page on the Tesla website that helped you calculate how long it would take to charge your car. It had options to change the battery size, the plug you were using/had available, and would give you a speed of charge and time of completion...

    It was laid out similar to this page - https://www.tesla.com/en_EU/models , that gives you range per charge.

    Can anyone help point me in the right direction please?

    Thanks!
     
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    Yeah I only get Destination Charging.... do you get the estimator?
     
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    They seem to have removed it. I was trying to find it myself yesterday to look up charge rates for 110v. Now it only shows NEMA 14-50 or higher
     
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    Am I misunderstanding the question?
    I still see it at that URL.
    Screenshot:
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    It's on both the Model S and Model X pages when I pull them up.

    Dan
     
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    Yes. Do you see 12 amp 110 V charging on there?

    Thank you kindly.
     
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    the 110v estimater was removed a few months ago, which is too bad because it not only could show who can use just a 110v standard outlet (my sub 35mile daily commute would be fine on a 110v outlet on an overnight charge) as well as the benefit to going up to a 220v/50A(or larger) outlet/connector (making mine go to 1hr instead of 10hr recharge).
     
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    No, but I didn't see that mentioned in the OP's post. Is that what @Gabzqc was looking for?
     
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    It was in the followup after you kindly posted the link.

    Thank you kindly.
     
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    Thank you everyone. It turns out this "feature" / Widget is only available on the US site, and has a minimum connection of Nema 14-50.
    I was hoping to do a quick calculation for a co-worker of mine to charge on a 16a 230v "shuko" socket here in Europe. We will have to calculate ourselves now. Pity it was removed.
    Thanks again
     
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    I tried going on google to the Internet Archive Wayback Machine, which stores snapshots over time of websites, and tried looking up the Tesla page in question from last year, but it wasn't working. First time I've had that error from the Wayback Machine site.

    I've seen the NEMA 5-15 charging times in the past, but wasn't paying attention then.
     
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    I think the charge estimator uses Flash or something else that doesn't get captured by the wayback machine.

    but in 'my' wayback searching found this post from around a year ago when I was considering if I would install a 50A outlet, a WC or keep with a standard outlet. So not the realtime calculator, but at least some data...
     
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