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    Looking for High Power Wall Connector Installation Manual (with dimensions)

    I am considering installing a HPWC for my Roadster, but want to make sure I have enough wall space before I buy it. Does anyone have the manual they can post? I am specifically looking for the dimensions of the box itself as well as the cable holder. I also would like to know how the cable from the fuse box connects to the HPWC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jordanthompson View Post
    I am considering installing a HPWC for my Roadster, but want to make sure I have enough wall space before I buy it. Does anyone have the manual they can post? I am specifically looking for the dimensions of the box itself as well as the cable holder. I also would like to know how the cable from the fuse box connects to the HPWC.
    https://www.teslamotors.com/sites/de...tion_guide.pdf

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    Thanks for the link. Does anyone have the same kind of information for the HPWC for the Roadster?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jordanthompson View Post
    Thanks for the link. Does anyone have the same kind of information for the HPWC for the Roadster?
    Sorry, I thought HPWC = Model S, Did not realize they called it the same thing for the Roadster.

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    Isn't it made by Clipper Creek? As I recall, their boxes are all the same size....How about this one?

    http://www.clippercreek.com/pdf/CS-4...1205%20v03.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyS View Post
    Isn't it made by Clipper Creek? As I recall, their boxes are all the same size....How about this one?

    http://www.clippercreek.com/pdf/CS-4...1205%20v03.pdf
    Its hard to tell if its the same thing as there are no pictures and only one isometric drawing that does not do it justice.
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    This is what you want to see... from the Tesla Roadster Gear website: http://webarchive.teslamotors.com/di...stallation.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by sethr View Post
    This is what you want to see... from the Tesla Roadster Gear website: http://webarchive.teslamotors.com/di...stallation.pdf
    Funny its the same as the Clipper Creek that was posted earlier, but that red "T" makes me feel SOOOoooo much better
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhuwan View Post
    Sorry, I thought HPWC = Model S, Did not realize they called it the same thing for the Roadster.
    That was my understanding as well: HPWC for S, HPC for Roadster. But that might be "old naming" or something. The store now has "Roadster High Power Wall Connector" listed (i.e. not "Roadster HPC"), for $1950.

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    http://shop.teslamotors.com/collections/charging/products/high-power-connector
    http://shop.teslamotors.com/collections/model-s-charging-adapters/products/high-power-wall-connector
    Interesting that the link for the Roadster one is missing the word "wall". This suggests that our impression of a rename is likely accurate, or it's just incredibly coincidental.
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    The Clipper Creek unit is mechanically (but not electrically) identical to the Roadster HPC. (I have both and can absolutely confirm this is the case.)

    Here is an excerpt from the CS-90 manual:

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