When drivers purchase a Ford F-150 Lightning, they get a 30-amp mobile power cord that allows them to charge it with either 120V or 240V conventional outlets. For faster charging times, the mobile power cord comes with a 240V plug, allowing drivers to take advantage of Level 2 charging.
With a Ford mobile charger connected to a Pro Power Onboard Power Supply on the rear of an F-150 Lightning, you can recharge your Tesla, which might be stuck with low batteries.
Interestingly, the Ford F-150 Lightning can even be configured to recharge itself, although losses during the charging process means it will deplete your battery instead of giving you unlimited miles.
Ford F-150 Lightning
The F-150 Lightning can take a maximum 150kW, and Ford estimates charging times between 15% and 80% at 41 minutes for F-150 Lightnings, compared with 44 minutes for trucks that have the standard-range battery. Using 150kW DC fast charging (or Level 3), a 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning can charge a standard battery from 15% SOC to 80% SOC in 44 minutes.
The long-range battery can be charged using either Alternating Current (AC) or Direct Current (DC) using a 19.2kW in-cabin charger. Using Fords bidirectional charging technology, Sylvain Juteau was able to recharge at the truck bed with a 120V AC power socket using an electric vehicle charging station.
Ford is the only car manufacturer that offers 80-amp charging stations as standard equipment, and believe us, you are going to like having a charging station in your house.
To be fair, Ford made the F150s two-way charging capabilities a major selling point of Fords F-150 Lightning Electric, since that allows customers to use the trucks batteries as an emergency generator at home or on a job site.
Ford F-150 Lightning Charge
Ford F-150 LightningFord has been very public about the F-150 Lightnings new bidirectional charging capabilities, which allows owners to use the massive batteries in the electric truck to recharge other electric vehicle owners. Ford notes that, if the customer really has the Pro Power Onboard, they will be able to charge other EVs running low on juice.
For instance, you can configure the car to shut down the outlet once it gets 100 miles of remaining battery power.
If the buyer 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is charged from the house charger from the house fusebox with 32 amps/240 Watts, then the full battery charge takes approximately 14 hours to complete, or 20 hours depending on the batteries installed.
Ford is still using its own electric car charging install partner to install home charging gear on the Mustang Mach-E, but for F-150 Lightning charging needs, SunRun will do the install.
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