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Re: Nissan's Included L1 (120v) EVSE

Fri Jan 28, 2011 9:09 am

I just looked up that part number on a parts website found by a google search. according to everythingnissan.com the part number is for package-evse and the list price is $625.00 and the price they are selling it for is $508.39. I work for a dealer so I will ask what is costs from them when I get a chance.I guess they are trying to make it cost prohibitive so you will buy the a/v one.
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Re: Nissan's Included L1 (120v) EVSE

Fri Jan 28, 2011 9:25 am

eringo2659 wrote:I just looked up that part number on a parts website found by a google search. according to everythingnissan.com the part number is for package-evse and the list price is $625.00 and the price they are selling it for is $508.39. I work for a dealer so I will ask what is costs from them when I get a chance.I guess they are trying to make it cost prohibitive so you will buy the a/v one.
Aaron
Do you have a link? I can't find this part in the everythingnissan.com site. Thanks.
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Re: Nissan's Included L1 (120v) EVSE

Fri Jan 28, 2011 9:41 am

eringo2659 wrote:according to everythingnissan.com the part number is for package-evse and the list price is $625.00 and the price they are selling it for is $508.39.
A $625 list price and about a $500 street price is about what I expected. Not that I would want to pay that much for it mind you.

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Re: Nissan's Included L1 (120v) EVSE

Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:01 am

I just called my parts dept and found it to be $447.38 my cost. before everyone gets excited I cannot buy more than 1 at this cost. When I went to the everythingnissan.com website I just generically searched by part number. Also I have a new idea, buying an aerovironment unit and hardwiring a nema 14-50 plug so as to make it portable.
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Re: Nissan's Included L1 (120v) EVSE

Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:28 am

eringo2659 wrote:I just called my parts dept and found it to be $447.38 my cost. before everyone gets excited I cannot buy more than 1 at this cost. When I went to the everythingnissan.com website I just generically searched by part number. Also I have a new idea, buying an aerovironment unit and hardwiring a nema 14-50 plug so as to make it portable.
Aaron
Still can't reproduce the search. I'm using this page. Have entered "296M13NA0A", "296M1-3NA0A", "296M1 3NA0A" etc.. and I get nothing.
Adding a plug to an EVSE is going to be a pretty common epiphany among owners. I know at least one who has already done this.
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Re: Nissan's Included L1 (120v) EVSE

Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:41 am

If anybody has a "Nissan" L1 EVSE that they are not using regularly,
AND they would like to explore what it would take to make it L2-capable,
and perhaps even 16-amp capable for use on 20-amp (or higher) circuits ...
I am willing to help. Please PM me.
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Re: Nissan's Included L1 (120v) EVSE

Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:46 am

Has anyone worked up the nerve to plug the L1 evse into a 220V outlet and see if it works?

I assume the label on it says something like 110V and not 110/220V or 100-240VAC input like a laptop brick.
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Re: Nissan's Included L1 (120v) EVSE

Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:47 am

EVDRIVER wrote:Many people will do that but it's not the best portable solution but it will work.
Maybe you can share what you're thinking?

I'd like to see a J1772 version of this.
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Re: Nissan's Included L1 (120v) EVSE

Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:12 am

richard wrote: Still can't reproduce the search. I'm using this page. Have entered "296M13NA0A", "296M1-3NA0A", "296M1 3NA0A" etc.. and I get nothing.
works fine for me. enter any of the parts # you listed and select nissan and then hit "get parts" and it comes up.
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Re: Nissan's Included L1 (120v) EVSE

Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:20 am

richard wrote:
EVDRIVER wrote:Many people will do that but it's not the best portable solution but it will work.
Maybe you can share what you're thinking?

I'd like to see a J1772 version of this.
That Tesla option is a great solution except for the price and lack of a J1772 interface. Of course, everything Tesla is expensive.

Some of us I am sure are working on our own ideas/designs for a portable EVSE. I will not be posting details of what I create when I build my own unless it is a modular design with off the shelf components. High current AC is nothing to experiment with and I do not want anyone else trying to follow my footsteps without knowing what they are fully doing. You not only have to consider the system you are building but where you plan on plugging into, current capability wise.

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