William3 said ... (in a thread about "stock rims for sale"):
LEAF Forum (7th post on page 1)
Bottom Line: Do *NOT* charge a LEAF and a Tesla at the same time.
Further info from the grapevine:
Further digging ... it appears the on-board charger in the LEAF causes a substantial amount of noise on the circuit and house panel, which also feeds into the Roadster's PEM causing a "bug-zapper" type of noise
And apparently Nissan is working on the issue. And might have a noise-filter solution within a few weeks.
It seems prudent to
a. pay attention to the Tesla PEM if the Roadster is plugged in and charging when you plug in your LEAF for charging at 240V; the above referenced link speaks of 2008, or 1.5 Roadster, and it is unknown whether the (significantly different) 2.0 PEM has the same symptom;
b. avoid simultaneous charging until the LEAF is "fixed".
c. Even if no apparent "noise" is noticed in 2.0 Roadster ... I'd be cautious.
d. Even with LEAF 120V charging ... I'd be cautious.
Just a heads-up ...