Read on for instructions on how to charge your Ioniq 5.
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Hyundai Ioniq 5 battery options
The base model Hyundai Ioniq 5 SE Standard Series comes with a 58 kilowatt-hour (kWh) battery.It’s a rear-wheel drive (RWD) compact SUV with a total range of up to 220 miles full charge. Using a level 2 charger connected to a 240 volt outlet, it charges from 10% to 100% in about 5 hours.
SE, SEL and Limited trim levels have a longer 72.6 kWh battery. These are available on RWD and All Wheel Drive (AWD) models. The RWD option has an estimated total range of 303 miles, while the AWD model has an estimated range of 256 miles.
vehicle to load function
You can utilize the battery power of the Ioniq 5 with Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) capability. The V2L function allows you to power other electronic devices from inside the car. This innovative technology is useful when you need to power devices such as camping gear, scooters, projectors, cell phones, laptops and even other electric vehicles while on the go.
The power converter connects to the external charging port or the socket under the rear seat. It provides up to 3.6 kilowatts (kW) of electricity using energy stored in the battery. This function works even when the vehicle is turned off.
The V2L connector is not included with the purchase of the new Ioniq 5, but you can purchase the accessory separately.
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How to Charge the Hyundai Ioniq
Put the vehicle in “P”, apply the parking brake, and turn off the engine. There are multiple ways to open the charging door.If you have previously set up on the MyHyundai Bluelink mobile app, you can touch and push the door surface, tap a button on the key fob or use voice recognition. From there connect the charging cable and start charging.
The estimated charging time will be displayed on the dashboard. When your charging session is complete, or when you need to get back on the road, unplug the cable from the connection point and put the plug back into the charging station holster. After unplugging the data cable, the charging door should automatically close.
charge at home
Level 1: A portable 120V charging cable is included with the purchase of a new Hyundai Ioniq 5. The charger connects to a standard household outlet and provides 6 to 12 amps of power. Level 1 charging is significantly slower than other charging options.
This method will only increase your battery the least amount, even when charging overnight. Hyundai estimates that it takes about 58 hours to charge a standard battery from 10% to 100% with a portable charger and 68 hours with a long-range battery.
level 2: A Level 2 charging station is recommended for everyday home charging.This setting requires 240-volt electrical outlet on dedicated circuit. It supplies alternating current (AC) to your battery, providing faster, more stable charging than a standard 120-volt household connection. Charging a standard-range battery to 100% requires nearly six hours of low charge. With a level 2 charger, the remote battery takes over 7 hours to reach 100%.
Home Level 2 charging stations require professional installation by a licensed electrician. modern Home chargers above 10 kW are recommended for the Ioniq 5. An electrician will need to install a 60 amp circuit breaker in your electrical panel to accommodate the power output.
If you live in an apartment building or other multi-unit dwelling, check with your property manager for available options. As electric vehicles become more common in these residential spaces, many complexes are installing charging stations for residents.
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level 2: Level 2 public chargers are usually easy to find when you’re out and about. Look for them in busy areas like grocery store parking lots, shopping centers, office parks, and outside major hotel chains.an examination Blue United The app helps locate public charging stations in your area.
These chargers are often equipped with different connector types to accommodate various EV models, including the Ioniq 5 using the CCS inlet port.
Level 3: DC fast chargers are widely available and installed in densely populated areas and interstate exits across the country. These charging stations provide direct current (DC) power to your battery for a more immediate boost. Fast chargers are great for road trips and long drives. However, Hyundai says that battery performance and durability may degrade if the DC charger is used frequently. To keep the battery healthy, plan to use a Level 2 AC connection as the primary charging method. This betting practice will help keep your high-voltage battery in “best shape”.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is one of the fastest charging EVs on the market today, boasting an 800-volt charging capacity. When connected to a charger, it can be charged from 10% to 80% in just 18 minutes 350 Volt DC Fast ChargerIf your time is particularly short, you can still charge the battery 62 miles in about five minutes using a high voltage fast charger.
Charge speed and time estimates will vary based on a number of factors, including outside temperature, current battery level, vehicle settings, and more.
Where to charge the Ioniq 5
You can charge the Ioniq 5 at home from a residential charging station setup or from a public charging station. Just look for the CCS connector cable, connect the charger as described above, and power up.
modern with Power Up America supply Two years of free charging for owners in their network. They are one of the largest fast-charging networks in the United States, with more than 700 locations in the United States.
Each free DC fast charge is limited to 30 minutes and free Level 2 charge is limited to 60 minutes. You can sign up for the program by Power Up America App.
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