More than likely this outlet would have its own breaker, but this is the reason why I want to be there when the guy shows up. It will have to be GFCI since it is outside and that is the code the around here. I don't want this to get too expensive as I said before this is just a rental. Any charging available at home is better than no charging. The house is over 70 years old and the wiring is kind of questionable as it is right now. A fresh run of wire with its own breaker is my safest option.LeftieBiker wrote:Isn't that what I suggested, albeit with less detail?smkettner wrote:L2 is 240 volts. Regular outlet is 120 volts (L1)
I would try for pulling a 20 amp 240v split phase circuit with 2 hot, neutral and ground. Install a 240v outlet and a 5-20 duplux with an outlet on each hot to share with other stuff. May need to be GFCI so that may complicate things or more expensive GFCI breaker.