Mike, Talkredius; last time I checked with Kevin he said a 3 phase Mennekes EVSE was in prototype stadium with an estimated retail price of L499. I assume you plan to use this EVSE to have the usual "charge 3 roadsters a time" on split phase adapter? Well then check back with Kevin how many phases this EVSE can handle.
Hi Kevin. I'm a bit confused. Is that 63A end-to-end? And where did you source each piece? And can we? Andrew
63A Type 2 EVSE (off the shelf parts and ZCW PWM module)
70A Type 1 ("J1772") to Roadster adapter (hcsharp https://sites.google.com/site/thecantesla2j1772/home)
32A Type 2 to Type 1 cable (ZCW http://www.zerocarbonworld.org/shop)
So this is restricted to 32A charging by the ZCW cable.
I do also have 70A Type 2 to Roadster Cable (hcsharp http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showt...l=1#post114971) and when I use that I can charge at 63A
What current is the blue commando plug rated at?
I'm trying to get to the point where I can charge on any 'simple' socket, Type 1, Type 2, or HPC that I find in the wild with the minimum amount of boot space
Here's the latest 'travel kit'...
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Thanks for the clarification. Do you know any source for a 63A M to J cable?
Actually I have gotten one of Henry's 'Can' adaptors a while back. I have a version with the Mennekes socket. Unfortunately I haven't been able to source a cable for it. As far as I understood the 'standard' has changed on the car side this year and now no sockets but plugs are used.
Does anybody know where I could buy a cable from to connect to this?
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