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What is my maximum charging rate?

What charge rate can your vehicle actually handle? The maximum charge rate that your vehicle’s battery can accept is crucial to understanding the max power you can expect your car to pull at any given charger. So, if your EV’s maximum charge rate is 50kW, the vehicle will not be able to charge any faster than 50kW when using a 150kW chargepoint.

This calculator will show you the maximum charge rate your car can take at different Osprey chargers. However, it is important to remember there are many factors that will determine the real world charge rate. Read about what can affect your charge speed here.

 

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Select the Osprey charge point

Max charge rate:

 

 

Circontrol Raption 50

A render of a 50kW DC charger branded in Osprey blue and orange

 

  • Charge rate up to 50kW
  • Additional AC port for Type 2 charging up to 22kW
  • A 40kWh Nissan Leaf will take 41 minutes to charge*
  • A Tesla Model 3 Long Range will take 66 mins to charge*
  • A Jaguar I-PACE will take 75 minutes to charge*

See how to use our 50kW chargers here.

Tritium RTM75

 

  • Charge rate up to 75kW
  • 6m long cables
  • A 40kWh Nissan Leaf will take 41 minutes to charge*
  • A Tesla Model 3 LR will take 49 mins to charge*
  • A Jaguar I-PACE will take 56 minutes to charge*

See how to use our 75kW chargers here.

Kempower S-Series

A render of a 150kW Kempower charge point branded in Osprey blue and orange

 

  • Charge rate up to 150kW
  • 5m long spring-loaded cables
  • Dynamic load balancing capability
  • A 40kWh Nissan Leaf will take 41 minutes to charge*
  • A Tesla Model 3 Long Range will take 30 mins to charge*
  • A Jaguar I-PACE will take 44 minutes to charge*

Tritium PK-175

A render of a 175kW Tritium charger branded in Osprey blue

 

  • Charge rate up to 175kW
  • 6m long cables
  • 10″ screen
  • A 40kWh Nissan Leaf will take 41 minutes to charge*
  • A Tesla Model 3 LR will take 26 mins to charge*
  • A Jaguar I-PACE will take 44 minutes to charge*

See how to use our 175kW chargers here.

 

*The above charge times are estimations based on a charge from 10% battery level to 80% state of charge, after which the rate of charge decreases significantly to protect the vehicle’s battery.

 

How to use our charging points

For help with our chargepoints and queries about our network please visit our Contact Us page where you can explore our frequently asked questions, request a VAT receipt or contact our support team. For immediate charging point issues, please call our 24-hour helpline on 03300 101 757.