JPWhite wrote:EVDRIVER wrote:Only special breakers rated for continuous load rated with no de rating can handle 30a, this is also subject to approval by local code. These breakers are not the same as traditional breakers subject to the 25% rule. The design again shows how Nissan and other companies don't get the space and just mirror a plug end with no real thought in the process. Many existing 30 circuits also are quite old and not well suited for this. All this for 3a more which is the most reduculous part.
It could be That Nissan stuck 30Amp on the label to match its conductors, who knows what it actually draws at full wick.
That's what I was thinking.