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Re: Nissan L1 EVSE third-party upgrade to both 120V and 240V

Wed Apr 27, 2011 10:24 pm

Does it come only with the L6-20 after the $198 mod?
So in other words, you would need to buy the $25 L6-20 to 5-15 adapter separately to be able to use it on a "standard" 120V socket?
Or does the $200 include everything you need to continue charging from 120V NEMA 5-15?

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Re: Nissan L1 EVSE third-party upgrade to both 120V and 240V

Wed Apr 27, 2011 10:26 pm

TEG wrote:Does it come only with the L6-20 after the $198 mod?
So in other words, you would need to buy the $25 L6-20 to 5-15 adapter separately to be able to use it on a "standard" 120V socket?
Or does the $200 include everything you need to continue charging from 120V NEMA 5-15?


All the details are on the order page-

http://evseupgrade.com/styled/

$198 plus $25 for the adapter.

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Re: Nissan L1 EVSE third-party upgrade to both 120V and 240V

Wed Apr 27, 2011 11:11 pm

I just ordered the Mod-L1 Upgrade, $199 + $20 shipping.
I already have the 120v and 240v adapter cords.
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Re: Nissan L1 EVSE third-party upgrade to both 120V and 240V

Thu Apr 28, 2011 7:25 am

Today is the last day to order at the older price for modified and new units.

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Re: Nissan L1 EVSE third-party upgrade to both 120V and 240V

Thu Apr 28, 2011 7:30 am

EVDRIVER wrote:Today is the last day to order at the older price for modified and new units.



Can I pay now, and send you my charger when I get a car?

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Re: Nissan L1 EVSE third-party upgrade to both 120V and 240V

Thu Apr 28, 2011 7:45 am

Tony, did you miss this? It's about 5 posts above yours. :?

EVDRIVER wrote:If orders are placed before Friday the EVSE can be sent later after payment.

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Re: Nissan L1 EVSE third-party upgrade to both 120V and 240V

Thu Apr 28, 2011 8:16 am

garygid wrote:I just ordered the Mod-L1 Upgrade, $199 + $20 shipping.
I already have the 120v and 240v adapter cords.


I ordered the mod last Tuesday and received my original with the mod on Friday!! worked like advertised on 240v have not tried the 120v. I already had the adaptor cords and a 25 foot extension just incase.

Nice job Phil!!

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Re: Nissan L1 EVSE third-party upgrade to both 120V and 240V

Thu Apr 28, 2011 9:53 am

Unfortunately, This last series of posts illustrates one reason we had to raise the prices. The admin work cost on this project is well above and beyond the work it takes to actually perform the upgrades on the bench!

PLEASE, people, THOROUGHLY read the web site, and all of this excessively long thread before asking questions that are already answered! I know it's not easy to get through all of this, but we simply cannot deal with the hundreds of inane and repetitive questions arriving via email, some of which are just unbelievable!

You are blazing a new path by becoming an EV owner! Please be patient, thorough, and careful, just as you would be with any new car. Unfortunately until we have ubiquitous and plentiful charge options our services are needed to make this new EV movement a great success. This is why I'm sticking with it instead of throwing in the towel. Please help us make EV's the success they should be! One way to do that is to assist us in getting you the best possible charge options.

I know it's only going to make this bloated thread even larger, but please try and ask questions here, after properly researching them first. This will allow everyone in the community to help answer the questions, and provide future answers for other people with similar questions with less redundancy.

Thanks in advance for your patience! I hope everyone understands.

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Re: Nissan L1 EVSE third-party upgrade to both 120V and 240V

Thu Apr 28, 2011 10:13 am

z0ner wrote:Tony, did you miss this? It's about 5 posts above yours. :?

EVDRIVER wrote:If orders are placed before Friday the EVSE can be sent later after payment.



Trying to read on the iPhone.... Ok, I'll send my money in.

EDIT: Paid by PayPal.

Thanks,

Tony

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Re: Nissan L1 EVSE third-party upgrade to both 120V and 240V

Thu Apr 28, 2011 10:50 am

EVDRIVER wrote:If orders are placed before Friday the EVSE can be sent later after payment.
Phil,
Is this correct, that I can buy & pay today (paying the "old price") and send my OEM EVSE to be mod'ed after I get my LEAF? Thanks.
Anna Nguyen

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