kWh added during a charge?

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Post by Orroroo » Sun Nov 21, 2021 5:17 pm

I am almost certain to be getting an ID3 but just to make sure I am borrowing one for an extended test drive.
Part of this will be a long trip to a friend's house where I intend to charge using the granny cable. He won't have a problem with this but I do want to at least offer to pay for the lecky.
Does the ID3 have a screen that tells you how many kWh have been delivered during a charge session and if so how do I get to it? (this is just to save me faffing about looking for it).
My Outlander PHEV can sort of do it in that if you input a p/kWh tariff it tells you the total cost.
Failing anything "on board" then the only other option I can think of is taking the power monitor plug I've got.

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Post by scott28tt » Sun Nov 21, 2021 5:49 pm

No it doesn’t, but if you link the Tronity app to your VW account you can get that data.
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Post by Daveion » Sun Nov 21, 2021 6:01 pm

You can also calculate it close enough based on 2.3 kW/hr x kWhr tariff rate.
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Post by Andreas » Sun Nov 21, 2021 11:21 pm

The app let's you see the initial state of charge (SoC) and the one at end. Take note of it and then: "End SoC - Starting SoC * battery size / 100 = kWh delivered", e.g. (100%-21%)*77kWh/100%=60.83kWh

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