What is kW electric car?

1 Answer:
  • Aliahmed Polash
    Kilowatts
    As the video above explains, kW is a measure of power – one kilowatt is simply 1,000 watts. Kilowatts (kW) is the measurement of energy used for electric car chargers, i.e. 3kW, 22kW, 50kW and so on. In other words, it's the rate at which power is transferred from a charging station to your electric car.
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    Equivalent Volts and Watts Measurements
    VoltagePowerCurrent
    12 Volts12 Watts1 Amps
    12 Volts24 Watts2 Amps
    12 Volts36 Watts3 Amps
    12 Volts48 Watts4 Amps
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