Marsh wrote:People could make a pretty good quick buck by organizing a group buy for one of these and charging $100 in markup... Imagine what the manufacturer pays to build these things. I bet they are still making a pretty penny on the $145 or else its not worth selling to US customers at that rate.
I'm for sure going to have one of the engineers where I work take a look at it with me when our workload calms down, and I will post pictures when that happens.
Actually what I like about it is it's also rated for 120v
Many other of the cheaper EVSEs are only rated for 240v(L2) requiring you to not only carry around the L2 EVSE but also your factory EVSE. When testing could you also verify this works with 120v? From the online photo it looks like your EVSE comes with a standard 120v US wall plug, is that the case
If so the first thing I'd do is to cut off the end and install something like a L6-30P or maybe a 6-20P if thats what you have for a 240v outlet, whatever you do, don't wire 240v to a 5-20 outlet