acegreatone
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Re: Post pictures of your home charging setup

Fri Aug 02, 2013 6:24 pm

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this is what i need!!! where did you get it? how much? what is it called/what do i search? " portable evse level 2 charger?

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Re: Post pictures of your home charging setup

Fri Aug 02, 2013 7:56 pm

davewill wrote:
Lasareath wrote:It looks very small, How many gallons per minute can it produce?, when my HW heater goes I'm putting one in next.
Be sure the guy who puts yours in knows what he's doing. The guy who put the one into my old house didn't, and it was taking three minutes to get hot water in my master bath. We had to add a circulating pump with button remotes at all the sinks so we could push the button and heat up the hot water loop before we used hot water. Saved a bundle on my gas bill, though.

My home builder gave us some buttons for the pump. Then I found you can have motion sensors instead. No worries, just hot water.
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Re: Post pictures of your home charging setup

Thu Aug 22, 2013 6:22 pm

Bosch L2 EVSE 30A w/18' Cord.

Hardwired into my garage panel with a 40A, 2 pole breaker.

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mrench01
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Re: Post pictures of your home charging setup

Wed Aug 28, 2013 7:41 am

Here's mine. A Bosch Power Max 30A Level 2 EVSE with the 18' cord.

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I would have preferred it being mounted in the Garage but that space is my wood working shop.

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Re: Post pictures of your home charging setup

Thu Sep 12, 2013 7:21 pm

acegreatone wrote:this is what i need!!! where did you get it? how much? what is it called/what do i search? " portable evse level 2 charger?


Yup - Its a esve upgraded charged..had an electrician install a 240v outlet in my garage. Used some hooks from a home depot type store and hooked the pack on the wall, found a hose wreel thing for the cord...cost me about $10 for the parts to hang it on the way..and about $500 for the install on the outlet.
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Bateman
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Re: Post pictures of your home charging setup

Wed Oct 02, 2013 7:15 am

I had mine installed just inside the garage. The Leaf is normally parked outside of our one-car garage, but this allows us (or future owners of the house) to charge an EV in the garage or in the driveway. I have two thin pieces of wood I keep under my garage door separated with a one-inch gap for the EVSE cable to pass through when the door is down.

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Re: Post pictures of your home charging setup

Wed Oct 02, 2013 7:55 am

That's what that small black module is to the right center of the picture: The reirc pump and wireless receiver. We have a button in each bathroom and the kitchen. It depends to a great deal on how your house is plumbed though. Ours was such that it was a problem with the gas heater too...

davewill wrote:Be sure the guy who puts yours in knows what he's doing. The guy who put the one into my old house didn't, and it was taking three minutes to get hot water in my master bath. We had to add a circulating pump with button remotes at all the sinks so we could push the button and heat up the hot water loop before we used hot water. Saved a bundle on my gas bill, though.
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MTNRanger
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Re: Post pictures of your home charging setup

Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:10 am

Easy garage installation with the electrical panel nearby.

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Re: Post pictures of your home charging setup

Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:48 am

Here is my AV EVSE installation. I and several others wrote a complete L2 EVSE installation guide based on their specific configuration in another thread, search "EVSE".
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Re: Post pictures of your home charging setup

Sat Oct 12, 2013 6:35 pm

Finally got everything arranged how I wanted today. Had the Schneider installed right next to the panel, ran the cable up behind the shelving we have in the garage, and just today put a couple of bike hooks in the ceiling to clear a path to walk when the car is charging. I'm pretty happy with the results.

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