XC40 Recharge Pure Electric

2021

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XC40 Recharge Pure Electric
2021

Charging the high-voltage battery

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Charging status in the instrument panel

Charging status is indicated in the instrument panel.

Opening and closing the charging socket cover

The cover for the vehicle's charging socket opens manually.

Charging status in the vehicle's charging socket

The charging status is indicated by an LED light in the charging socket.

Charge cable

The charging cable and its control module are used to charge the vehicle's high-voltage battery.

Residual current device in charging cable

The charging cable has a circuit breaker that helps protect against current overloads and thermal overheating.

Charging status in the charging cable's control module

The indicator on the charging cable's control module shows the status of charging in progress and completed charging.

Charging cable temperature monitoring

To help ensure the vehicle's high-voltage battery is reliably charged each time it is connected, charging is stopped if the temperature in the charging cable becomes too high and reaches a critical limit.

Charging the high-voltage battery

The vehicle is equipped with a rechargeable high-voltage lithium-ion battery.

Starting charging of high-voltage battery

When charging using AC current, only use the charging cable supplied with the vehicle or a replacement cable recommended by Volvo.The high-voltage battery is charged by connecting a charging cable between the vehicle and a 120/240 V outlet (alternating current) or charging station (mode 3).

Stopping charging of high-voltage battery

Stop charging by pressing the button next to the charging socket or the button in the center display. Unplug the charging cable from the vehicle's charging socket and then unplug the cable from the 120/240 V AC outlet.

Charging output

Charging output is used to charge the high-voltage battery and precondition the vehicle. Charging is performed by connecting a charging cable between the vehicle's charging socket and a 120/240 V electrical outlet (alternating current) or via a charging station.