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    Quote Originally Posted by lmore View Post
    If you plan to drive Oslo-Trondheim, the most efficent way is not to drive the main road E6. Instead I recommend road 3. There are connectors for 32 amp 3-phase near some gas stations on the way. Using these you can charge up to three Roadsters at 32 amp simultaneously (if you make a special connector). I try to avoid the public 16 amp charging points because they are too slow.

    When I drive Oslo-Trondheim I spend the night at Tynset Hotel where there is a very nice local inventor/electronics guy living, his name is Tor. He offers a connector with up to 64 amp 3-phase and after 6 hours the car is fully charged using my mobile charger.
    Why not ask Tesla to get him a free HPC installed? Would be a nice extension of the HPC Charger network
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    Quote Originally Posted by lmore View Post
    When I drive Oslo-Trondheim I spend the night at Tynset Hotel where there is a very nice local inventor/electronics guy living, his name is Tor. He offers a connector with up to 64 amp 3-phase and after 6 hours the car is fully charged using my mobile charger.
    What specs has your mobile charger, more than 32A?

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    jkirkebo, thanks for correcting and providing info about the difference between blue and red 3-phase!

    Why not ask Tesla to get him a free HPC installed?
    Thanks for the suggestion. Who would be the right one in Tesla to ask about this?

    What specs has your mobile charger, more than 32A?
    40A. I have a US Roadster and a US portable charger.

    The problem with my US Roadster is that the 16 amp standard European charger does not work. Does anyone know if/how to get this to work?

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