Charging BMW iX xDrive50

Charge port (USA): CCS Type 1
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Fast (DC)

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NEMA 5-15

Output:
1.8 kW
120 V, 15 A, 1-phase

NEMA 5-20

Output:
2.4 kW
120 V, 20 A, 1-phase

NEMA 6-20

Output:
4.8 kW
240 V, 20 A, 1-phase

NEMA 14-30

Output:
7.2 kW
240 V, 30 A, 1-phase

NEMA 14-50

Output:
12 kW
240 V, 50 A, 1-phase

NEMA 6-50

Output:
12 kW
240 V, 50 A, 1-phase

CCS DC 50 kW

Output:
50 kW

CCS DC 100 kW

Output:
100 kW

CCS DC 150 kW

Output:
150 kW

CCS DC 200 kW

Output:
200 kW

CCS DC 250 kW

Output:
250 kW

CCS DC 350 kW

Output:
350 kW

Supercharger V2 Split 75 kW

Output:
75 kW

Supercharger V2 150 kW

Output:
150 kW

Supercharger V3 250 kW

Output:
250 kW

Adjust Manually

Connection
3-phase provides more power but is less common
1-phase
3-phase
Station Power
kW
Voltage
V
Amperage
A

Charging Time, Rate and Cost

Charging power is limited by the car’s on-board charger (11 kW) Charging power is limited by the car’s DC charging capability (195 kW)
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Time
h min
Range
+ mi
Avg. Rate
mph
Charged
kWh
Efficiency
%
Avg. Power
kW
Cost
$
State of Charge
Keep it 20-80% for optimal charging performance and longer battery life
from
%
to
%
Temperature
Charging is slower when the car’s battery is too cold or too hot
Cold
Normal
Hot
Cold temperature: below 50 °F
Normal temperature: 50–95 °F
Hot temperature: above 95 °F
Price per kWh
How much you pay per kilowatt-hour of electricity
$
USA average residential rate ≈ $0.16

Summary

Charging the BMW iX xDrive50 from % to % using a outlet takes approximately  h  min. If you plug it in now, it'll be ready by .

This charging session adds kWh to the battery, resulting in an increase of mi in range, assuming an average car efficiency of 27.5 kWh per 100 mi. Put differently, you gain mi of range per hour of charge.

The average charging power is around kilowatts. It's influenced by various factors, including:
  • Car’s on-board charger capability (limited to 11 kW)
  • Battery temperature (slower charging in hot or cold conditions)
  • Energy losses during transmission from the outlet to the battery (≈10%)

The estimated cost of this charging session is $, based on an electricity rate of $ per kilowatt-hour.

Summary

Charging the BMW iX xDrive50 from % to % using a station takes approximately  h  min. If you plug it in now, it'll be ready by .

This charging session adds kWh to the battery, resulting in an increase of mi in range, assuming an average car efficiency of 27.5 kWh per 100 mi. Put differently, you gain mi of range per hour of charge.

The average charging power is around kilowatts. It's influenced by various factors, including:
  • Car’s DC charging capability (limited to 195 kW)
  • Battery temperature (slower charging in hot or cold conditions)
  • Battery state of charge (charging slows down near empty or full)
  • Charging station limitations (full nominal power isn't always attainable)
  • Energy losses during transmission from the station to the battery (≈10%)

The estimated cost of this charging session is $, based on an electricity rate of $ per kilowatt-hour.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is it?
Electric Vehicle Charging Calculator is a handy tool to estimate charging time and cost for your electric vehicle. It supports various charging scenarios, including home charging, workplace charging, and public stations. With options for both AC and DC charging, it's versatile and user-friendly.
How to use it?
  1. Select your electric vehicle model
  2. Choose your charging type: slow (AC) charging for home or work, or fast (DC) charging for public stations.
  3. If using AC charging, you can pick your outlet type (e.g., NEMA 5-20) or manually set voltage and amperage. If using DC charging, you can choose the station type (e.g., CCS DC 150 kW) or adjust the station's output manually.
  4. Set your initial and desired state of charge (e.g., 20-80%), and enter the price you pay per kWh.
  5. Optionally, indicate the battery temperature (charging is slower when the car’s battery is too cold or too hot).
  6. See your personalized charging time, cost, and other details.
What charging information does it provide?
Once you use the calculator, you'll see a breakdown of your charging session:
  • Charging duration (e.g., 3 hours 14 minutes)
  • Added range (e.g., +190 miles)
  • Average charging rate (e.g., 59 miles per hour)
  • Energy added to your battery (e.g., 58 kilowatt-hours)
  • Average charging power (e.g., 7.2 kilowatts)
  • Estimated charging cost (e.g., $15.65)
What charging options does it support?
The calculator is versatile and supports various charging options. Here's what it covers:
  • Slow (AC) charging: This is a convenient and cost-effective way to top up your battery at home or work while your car is parked for extended periods. You can choose from common outlet types (e.g., NEMA 5-20) or manually set voltage and amperage.
  • Fast (DC) charging: This is your go-to option for public stations when you need a quick charge to get back on the road. You can select from popular station types (e.g., CCS DC 150 kW) or manually adjust the station's output.
How accurate are the charging estimates?
The calculator offers close approximations, but real-world charging can differ slightly. Several factors can influence the final results, including:
  • Weather conditions: Extreme cold or heat can impact battery performance.
  • Driving behavior before charging: For optimal charging, the battery should be warmed up but not overheated.
  • Battery state of charge: Charging is slower when it is fully drained or almost fully charged.
  • Specific car model and battery health
  • Charging station performance (especially for DC fast chargers)
How to ensure optimal charging performance?
For the best charging performance, consider these tips:
  • Park in moderate temperatures: Avoid extreme cold or heat, as they can affect battery performance.
  • Start with a pre-warmed battery: If possible, use your car's pre-conditioning features to warm the battery before charging, especially in cold weather.
  • Maintain a moderate charge level: Regularly charging between 20% and 80% is ideal for battery health and efficiency.
  • Use high-quality charging equipment and cables: Reliable equipment ensures efficient and safe charging, minimizing potential performance issues.

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