Titanium48 wrote:The Duosida EVSE is good inexpensive option if you don't have the wiring to support a 32 A EVSE. My garage has a 30 A service so I ran a 20 A, 240 V plug and it works great so far. 3.8 kW is obviously slower than 6.6, but it can still charge my 30 kWh car overnight, and could get a nearly dead 60 kWh car close to 100% by morning if you plugged it in in the late afternoon. It will also work at 120 V, but I believe that it will still try to deliver 16 A and thus overload a standard 15 A circuit if you try to use it as a portable level 1.
Thanks, I'm just driving and observing usage and charge times trying to get a mental understanding of everything. Today I charged at work and it toped off 30 minutes before I left. At 100% I drove home like normal doing 75mph on the freeway and arrived home with 76%, I had the butt warmer on and heat to 74. Yeah it's still snowing in Michigan. I'm trying the timers now so in the morning I'll see how they work. So far I'm loving the car!