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Level 1/2 EVSE 16amp 110v-220v Electric Car charger $150

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Equipped with a EU standard Schuko plug this charger is able to handle up to 16a at voltages of 110v-240v.
Bundled with a 15Amp rated Ansmann adapter for use on any standard us plug.
Cord is about 15ft Long.

http://www.scorred.com/product_pr...51019.aspx
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Thats about the same specs as the crappy one that came with my Bolt but its a fair price.
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Cord won't be robust enough to handle daily use.
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I have one for my e-golf, and it's perfectly fine. These things are just fancy extension cords (well, very fancy). I paid $219 and very happy with it. Just make sure it has the right plug for your application. I use mine with a dryer buddy, since my panel is maxxed out, and it would cost me $5k to upgrade the service.

https://www.bsaelectronics.com/co...th-ammeter
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That low amperage is for cars with small batteries.
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I have one for my e-golf, and it's perfectly fine. These things are just fancy extension cords (well, very fancy). I paid $219 and very happy with it. Just make sure it has the right plug for your application. I use mine with a dryer buddy, since my panel is maxxed out, and it would cost me $5k to upgrade the service.

https://www.bsaelectronics.com/co...th-ammeter
What gauge is the cable?
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Dunno. It's pretty thick. The sheath is pretty thick, too. It's well built. If I had to complain, I'd say it's a little stickier inserting and removing than the stock charger. It feels durable as stock, and the cable is plenty long, too.
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The charging rate of most plugin hybrids & battery EVs is determined by the onboard electronics. This EVSE is only twice as fast as the 120V Level 1 charger that comes standard with most plugin cars. Not a great deal. If you really need fast charging, get the the ones that support higher amps @ 240V. One may need to ensure the circuits at home support the high amps.

More importantly, is it ok to trust a no name brand? Is this UL certified? Personally speaking UL certification is a basic minimum as it ensures an independent 3rd party has tested and certified the product.
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