17 commenti su “Minitour elettrico: Carica fast CHAdeMO Villoresi Est

  1. Quando sono andato io a provare la colonnina con la C-Zero di E•Vai mi ha dato un errore sulla ricarica DC (e in più il plug CHAdeMO era pieno d’acqua perché posizionato malissimo da chi l’ha usato per ultimo) e l’assistenza telefonica con i due numeri scritti sulla colonnina è stata inesistente, non ha risposto nessuno. Ho quindi caricato con il Mennekes ma dopo 15 minuti il totale ricaricato era 0,0kWh nonostante non avesse dato errori in fase di collegamento.

    • Molto molto interessante!
      Ma era un giorno normale (o domenica, festivo, notte, ecc)? Te lo chiedo per l’assistenza mancata.

      Invece non andiamo proprio bene che non si sia ricaricata, le ricariche devono essere sempre sicure ed affidabili se no uno rimane a piedi!

      • Era una domenica! Credo che un difetto di questa colonnina sia anche l’impossibilità di sapere in anticipo se la colonnina sia disponibile e funzionante da un sito o da una applicazione (che se esiste io non ho trovato)!

        • Purtroppo è un servizio che non fa nessuno, ad oggi, in Italia (dice lo fa EnelDrive ma il più delle volte le indicazioni non sono corrette!).
          Essendo comunque FAST io la vedo meno problematica come richiesta.
          Se proprio la si trova occupata si aspetta 10, 20 minuti, forse anche 25, poi si fa fare l’annuncio all’autogrill chiedendo se si può almeno spostare l’auto in carica (magari facendo dire che tanto ha finito la carica).

          • Beh, con l’app EnelDrive ( per iPhone fatta abbastanza male) si riesce a vedere se la colonnina è libera o occupata, ma cosa più importante (e io intendevo più questo) si può vedere se attiva o se “in manutenzione”!

    • Yes, provider (eV-Now!) do successful test with a Tesla Model S, but I don’t know what is maximun speed, i think 22 kW via Type 2 (mennekes) connector in AC mode.
      I’m waiting for details, I just ask him…

        • I have not forgotten about you!
          I am studying on your request.
          However, I notice that the column “A8 Autogrill Villoresi est” is not so reliable (it is offline for last 3 days, both AC and DC fast charging, SLOW AC still working but lower than 8 kW).

          I also read that the Tesla Model S has only single-phase AC load (12 kW) then I do not know how you ought to stop.
          According to me you would agree to use the Villoresi (plus the other side of the motorway leg, then you have to make a U-turn) as a backup, and instead as the main pillars of the IPER store (see http://www.ricaricaev.it for locations).

          Soon I’ll write more info ….

          • Hi Selidori,

            No problem i need it next month so i have stil a bit time.

            On: http://www.teslamotors.com/forum/forums/italian-model-s-italy-few-impressions-and-suggestions?page=3

            You can read the following:

            As for Villoresi, I hopped there tonight, after the upgrade. the column has 50 different options to charge. the fast charger was out of service, they did indeed have a type2 (Or maybe 2 of them, hard to tell if the 2nd was suitable for the Tesla, since it had its own cable). It did charge at home voltage speed, so basically the good 25 hours, in slow mode. The screen / menu / software is HORRIBLE. It’s counter intuitive. Have I not have been a semi software guru, I would have not managed to charge anything and even if I achieved the first part, I would have probably have had to call someone to get my cable back from the totem, since they had no instructions on how to do that, nor anything that said I was charging the car, just a semi blank menu. the totem is full of buttons that have options corresponding to the wrong option or out of place. Charging there is basically a 20% chance of success, if not less. At least in Milan you have tons of A2A chargers, in case my home 22kw charger is not being liked by my car, or other Teslas that day.

            • The linked page is very long … I’m reading calmly. 🙂

              Just repost the comment here.
              Yes, the software of the column Villoresi is incomprehensible, I agree, well the first few times I did not understand anything, but I think they are the standard columns of ADB, France.

              As said in Milan there are many columns A2A (about 30) and around Italy ENEL many fewer columns but in both cases you have to make a card issued to residents Italian (or at least I think).
              That’s why I did not tell you I had not even proposed.

              A2A: http://www.e-moving.it/home/cms/emv/contatti/
              ENEL: https://www.eneldrive.it/

            • You’re right! I forgot who want the CRS (a document issued by the Italian government only Italian).

              However, to allow charging as a guest, malls IPER have a document-spare to lend to foreigners (Swiss passing do so). In this case charger is limited to 2 hours (renewable with unplug/plug action).
              It should be required at customer service stand, 50% of the staff speak English.

              I still consider ricaricaev.it as a first choice.

              A question: but have you thought to hear the custoer service Tesla Netherlands and Italy too?
              Maybe they have some workarouind (in Milan there is’ the Italian headquarters of Tesla Motors, maybe they have so private point of charging …).

              http://www.teslamotors.com/it_IT/milan

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