Charging speed depends on many different factorsCharging speed depends on many different factors
TYPE OF CHARGER: The charging speed is expressed in 'kW' and depends, among other things, on the capacity of the type of charger and the charger's connection value to the grid.
VEHICLE: The charging speed is also determined by the vehicle and depends on several factors. In regular charging, the capacity of the inverter or "on board charger" has an influence. In addition, the charging speed depends on how full the battery is. This is because a battery charges more slowly when it becomes full. Fast charging often no longer makes much sense above 80-90% of the battery capacity because charging slows down.
CONDITIONS: Other conditions, such as the temperature of the battery, can also affect the charging speed. A battery works optimally when the temperature is neither too high nor too low. In practice, this is often between 20 and 30 degrees. In winter, a battery can get very cold. As a result, charging may be considerably slower. On the other hand, a battery can get very warm on a summer day, which can also slow down charging.