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MrGone asked this question on 05-10-2022 at 11:39 AM
05-10-2022 at 02:17 PM
This is an adaptor. If you already have an 240V outlet, you just plug this in.
If you don't have 240V outlet, you will need someone know what they are doing to install one, like an electrician. Since you are asking this question, I am pretty sure you will need an electrician to install that outlet for you.
If you have an electric dryer in your garage, you can consider to steal/share that outlet.
05-12-2022 at 05:33 AM
I installed the 240V outlet myself. It's just 4 wires going to the circuit breaker with a 50A fuse. However if you're even slightly uncertain how to do this, hire a professional. You may also need to look into any codes in your area to see if a permit needs to be issued as well.
NewJohnWick asked this question on 05-11-2022 at 12:18 PM
05-11-2022 at 12:18 PM
Yes, if yours has a j1772 connector.

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Tesla just reduced the price of their 32 amp mobile connector to $200, so if you have a Tesla this is not a good deal since it's cheaper and integrated with the Tesla plug. Of course, the Tesla one is not available til around August.

I wonder whether other 32 amp EVSEs like this will eventually all settle in the $200 range. I would think the underlying electronics are pretty similar.

This EVSE does seem like a decent price overall, particularly because it is from Costco so you would have some confidence of warranty/return policy.

Edit: Tesla recently discontinued including their mobile EVSE with their cars, effectively increasing the car price - the reaction ultimately resulted in Tesla reducing the price of the mobile connector to $200 as a "compromise"
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Solid deal. I feel much more confident buying from Costco instead of Amazon which has similar chargers at comparable rates but can't be sure of the quality.
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Tesla just reduced the price of their 32 amp mobile connector to $200, so if you have a Tesla this is not a good deal since it's cheaper and integrated with the Tesla plug. Of course, the Tesla one is not available til around August.

I wonder whether other 32 amp EVSEs like this will eventually all settle in the $200 range. I would think the underlying electronics are pretty similar.

This EVSE does seem like a decent price overall, particularly because it is from Costco so you would have some confidence of warranty/return policy.
Where are you seeing $200 for the Tesla wall charger?
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Where are you seeing $200 for the Tesla wall charger?
I'm referring to the Tesla "Mobile connector", not wall charger. Both are available on the Tesla store site.

(The Tesla wall charger is $400 but that is a different hardwired EVSE that can support any selectable amperage up to 48amps on up to a 60 amp breaker. It does not plug into a 14-50 outlet like this one and the $200 Tesla mobile connector do. Even that $400 Tesla wall connector seems like a good price compared to other hardwire high amperage chargers.)

*Anyone if hardwiring or installing an outlet: please consult a knowledgeable electrician to make sure it's safely done
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Cable is nice and long. Main reason I would get one of these but holding out to see if prices get better. I just had 50 amp circuit installed in garage and use the charging cable provided with car. Only down side is I went on the cheap for the 50 amp circuit install and had the circuit installed right next to breaker which mean I have to back my car into garage for charging cable to reach. One of these I could pull in normal and cable would reach but I've gotten used to backing in when I need quicker charge. Most times the regular plug works for me. I share this for the folks who are considering a EV. You don't need to spend a bunch of money getting this right away.
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I'm referring to the Tesla "Mobile connector", not wall charger. Both are available on the Tesla store site.

(The Tesla wall charger is $400 but that is a different hardwired EVSE that can support any selectable amperage up to 48amps on up to a 60 amp breaker. It does not plug into a 14-50 outlet like this one and the $200 Tesla mobile connector do. Even that $400 Tesla wall connector seems like a good price compared to other hardwire high amperage chargers.)

*Anyone if hardwiring or installing an outlet: please consult a knowledgeable electrician to make sure it's safely done
Sorry I meant to say where can you buy the mobile charger? I could google the wall version, but not mobile.

Also, have been reading that Tesla chargers, when used with an SAEJ1772 adapter don't work so well. Has anyone else here had experience otherwise?
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Sorry I meant to say where can you buy the mobile charger? I could google the wall version, but not mobile.

Also, have been reading that Tesla chargers, when used with an SAEJ1772 adapter don't work so well. Has anyone else here had experience otherwise?
Go to Tesla web site, click "shop". Scroll down a ways to "charging" (which shows the wall connector). Click on that.

Then scroll down thru charging products to the "On the Road" section to see pic of mobile connector for $200. (And as I earlier mentioned, it's out of stock likely till August so I've heard on other sites.)
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Go to Tesla web site, click "shop". Scroll down a ways to "charging" (which shows the wall connector). Click on that.

Then scroll down thru charging products to the "On the Road" section to see pic of mobile connector for $200. (And as I earlier mentioned, it's out of stock likely till August so I've heard on other sites.)
Thanks! Found it, signed up for an email alert when it's back in stock

Link for anyone else looking for the Tesla charger:

https://shop.tesla.com/product/mobile-connector
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Cable is nice and long. Main reason I would get one of these but holding out to see if prices get better. I just had 50 amp circuit installed in garage and use the charging cable provided with car. Only down side is I went on the cheap for the 50 amp circuit install and had the circuit installed right next to breaker which mean I have to back my car into garage for charging cable to reach. One of these I could pull in normal and cable would reach but I've gotten used to backing in when I need quicker charge. Most times the regular plug works for me. I share this for the folks who are considering a EV. You don't need to spend a bunch of money getting this right away.
I had the 50 amp circuit installed next to my breaker box as well, but the cord with my car is very long with ports on both sides, so haven't had this issue, but it made me curious. I searched for 'level 2 extension cords' on amazon and many are available. Only issue is they are quite expensive. Just wanted to point that out in case it could help solve your problem. You might be able to snag one a bit cheaper than buying a whole new charger.
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Tesla just reduced the price of their 32 amp mobile connector to $200, so if you have a Tesla this is not a good deal since it's cheaper and integrated with the Tesla plug. Of course, the Tesla one is not available til around August.

I wonder whether other 32 amp EVSEs like this will eventually all settle in the $200 range. I would think the underlying electronics are pretty similar.

This EVSE does seem like a decent price overall, particularly because it is from Costco so you would have some confidence of warranty/return policy.

Edit: Tesla recently discontinued including their mobile EVSE with their cars, effectively increasing the car price - the reaction ultimately resulted in Tesla reducing the price of the mobile connector to $200 as a "compromise"
It it hard to say since you used to get it for free
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the other one with the normal plug and adapters is on sale as well for 220, that one has a 3 pronged dryer plug adapter. so if you can't spring for an electrician you do still get level 2 just not the fastest version
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Can anyone recommend an adjustable amperage mobile charger? I have a 30amp circuit (24amp continuous load) with a NEMA 14-30 available from converting my electric dryer over to gas and am looking to take advantage of it until I upgrade to a 50 amp circuit down the road. Would like to be able to use the same charger for both as well as a 30 amp NEMA 6-30 at another home I frequently park at.
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Can anyone recommend an adjustable amperage mobile charger? I have a 30amp circuit (24amp continuous load) with a NEMA 14-30 available from converting my electric dryer over to gas and am looking to take advantage of it until I upgrade to a 50 amp circuit down the road. Would like to be able to use the same charger for both as well as a 30 amp NEMA 6-30 at another home I frequently park at.
Your best bet is to get a 30A charger (like this one) for now and upgrade it later. Most will be for a 14-50 outlet so make sure to get the appropriate adapters for your needs.

We use a stock 30A Nissan charger both in our new home and our old home. Old home was like yours. We used a very specific cable [amazon.com] to split our NEMA 10-30 dryer outlet into a 10-30 (for the dryer) and a grounded 14-50 (for the charger). It was fine because we always remembered not to use the two at the same time.

We had the outlet installed in our new home. The circuit breaker is 30A and the outlet is 14-50 to match the charger. The wire running through the conduit is 6ga, which will let me upgrade to a 60A charger down the line.

TLDR - Don't worry about future proofing. Get the 30A charger that works for you now. Keep it as a spare/backup when you upgrade your circuit.
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Thanks! Found it, signed up for an email alert when it's back in stock

Link for anyone else looking for the Tesla charger:

https://shop.tesla.com/product/mobile-connector
It's been out of stock for months
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