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This should help in understanding the difference between charging in a 400-volt environment with the use of the On-Board DC-Charger and charging in an 800-volt environment.
This should help in understanding the difference between charging in a 400-volt environment with the use of the On-Board DC-Charger and charging in an 800-volt environment.
This should help in understanding the difference between charging in a 400-volt environment with the use of the On-Board DC-Charger and charging in an 800-volt environment.
This should help in understanding the difference between charging in a 400-volt environment with the use of the On-Board DC-Charger and charging in an 800-volt environment.
This should help in understanding the difference between charging in a 400-volt environment with the use of the On-Board DC-Charger and charging in an 800-volt environment.
I think I am understanding that when I see a ccs fast charger with 50kw capability, the optional 50 to 150 kw capability does no good; or at least is not shown on the app. Is that correct?

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The 150Kw converter option ONLY applies IF a 150KW capable fast charger operates at 400v NOT at 800v. If you do not have the converter than you can only charge at 50 KW at any 400v fast charger, even if it can operate at higher KW rates. If the fast charger is capable of 800v it will still deliver the max it can with or without that option.

So option only allows >50KW chargers that are 400 v to be used at their fastest rates. It seems most faster than 50KW chargers are 800v capable.
 
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