LTLFTcomposite wrote:My thought is that it is common for houses to have 200A service, but having more than 40A dedicated to EV charging would violate the load panel calculation.
Is there some specific rule related to EVSEs that this would violate? How is it different than any other continuous load when doing a load calculation? I'm in the same boat as well (200A service, have the Schneider EV2430WS, want to add another EVSE eventually). I think it should be possible, at least in my case because I have more than 40A to spare, but I'm planning on having an electrician come out to do a real load calculation when I get ready to add another EVSE since I don't know all the load calculation rules (obviously).