Charging Ford Mustang Mach-E SR RWD

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

Choose Socket Choose Station

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

CHAdeMO DC 50 kW

Output:
50 kW

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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 (109 kW)
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
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