Jam8 wrote:SageBrush wrote:An adapter is also for sale that adds an extra outlet to home dryer outlets. I think it is devised to only allow use of one outlet at a time to avoid overloading the circuit.
I'll have to take to an electrician, but this idea worries me as the 10-30 dryer plug I have (pre-1996 home) has two 120V hots and a neutral - no ground. If the leaf were charging on the same circuit and used the neutral as ground (the neutral should be grounded at the panel, so no problem as long as a single appliance is using the circuit) while someone turned on the dryer whether that could cause problems.
It sounds like whether I stick with level 1 or attempt level 2, I'll need/want a dedicated circuit.
Here is the device I was thinking of to share the outlet
https://www.bsaelectronics.com/collecti ... 1696538305
You may wish to ask your safety related questions of the vendor who is I think quite approachable and the maker of the devices.