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    perhaps somebody can post it on wikileaks ...

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    Just do a Google search on the title...

    http://www.apec-conf.org/2010/images...b_straubel.pdf

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    Knew TEG would do it.

    Didn't know it would be so easy.
    The world loves to be deceived.

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    Straubels presentation is very interesting. the charger is still being a part of he PEM but not of the drivetrain (security reasons and license of ac-propulsion as far as I know). instead a 70A single-phase it can also be a 3x 23.3 A charger. With the vienna charger system it cannot longer feed the grid, but is even more efficient and friendlier to the net because of creating less noise. Straubel did 3-phase charger for A-classe (3x16A). Some electronic freak has to open my PEM and check for the charging part. Maybe the charger is already organized out of several smaller ones?.
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    Quote Originally Posted by widodh View Post
    The goal for the EU is (imho):
    * 3-phase support
    * IEC61196-2-2 connector on the car
    I suspect that Tesla will never get around to making this happen because they will always have other priorities in the future. Therefore, I would like to know whether anyone would be interested in helping me finance a third party effort to make these two modifications available to European Roadster owners?
    Kevin Sharpe - Founder and Patron for UK registered charity Zero Carbon World. Founder and Chairman Mainpine Group. http://about.me/kevinsharpe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Sharpe View Post
    I suspect that Tesla will never get around to making this happen because they will always have other priorities in the future. Therefore, I would like to know whether anyone would be interested in helping me finance a third party effort to make these two modifications available to European Roadster owners?
    I have a quotaiton of the tecnologie leader for wireless Charging for a 5kW Demonstator and upgrade for 22kW. It is cheaper than a 22kW onboard charger and do not need a plug, is 3ph on Offboard and my college is convener of IEC Wireless charging focus group.

    I hope Teslamotors will wake up
    Last edited by emq; 02-11-2012 at 09:42 PM.

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