If you don't care about 120-volt charging and adjustable charging current, look at Clipper Creek LCS-30P (30-ampere circuit, 24-ampere charging) or HCS-40P (40-ampere circuit, 32-ampere charging). The housings are lightweight and fairly compact. The charging cord and J1772 plug are the heaviest parts. You can get the LCS-30P with L6-30, 14-30, 14-50, or 6-50 plug and then make your own adapters for the other receptacles. You can get the HCS-40P with either 6-50 or 14-50 plug and make an adapter for the other receptacle type. Since you probably have a 14-50 "RV" receptacle, the HCS-40P with 14-50 plug might be your best bet.
I have an HCS-50P (50-ampere circuit, 40-ampere charging) for my workshop/garage to take full advantage of the "RV" receptacle provided by the builder and allow charging the LEAF at full rate on 208 volts nominal. It has a much heavier cord and J1772 plug to get the 40-ampere continuous charging current rating so it would be a little heavy for portable use, but the housing is very lightweight and rugged. I mounted it on a pedestal so I can move it around the garage and purchased a 15-foot RV extension cord to plug it in because it was not possible to mount it within reach of the receptacle (supply cord is only 12 inches from enclosure to farthest point on plug). The HCS-50P is on sale now so it is almost the same price as the HCS-40P if you don't care about the weight of the cord.
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on Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:38 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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