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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Mon Jun 20, 2011 10:06 pm

chocomonsters wrote:...In event of fire in garage, I would suspect my home insurance may deny the coverage...
If you would suspect such a thing, you are the wrong type of person to get the modification. Save yourself a lot of concern and find another EVSE solution.
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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Mon Jun 20, 2011 10:12 pm

chocomonsters wrote: I will be wary about any 3rd party modification unless there is assurance regarding home insurance.

Why not call your insurance company and report back with your findings?

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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Mon Jun 20, 2011 10:15 pm

If you accidentally burn your house down with a cigarette butt, will they deny your coverage? I can guarantee you cigarettes aren't UL listed. Want a less dramatic example? How about a candle? Are they UL listed? You're just being paranoid. Where in your homeowners policy does it say that you may only use UL listed appliances?

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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Mon Jun 20, 2011 10:25 pm

You might get cancelled after the settlement but the insurance WILL pay.
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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Sun Aug 14, 2011 8:12 pm

Hi everyone! I just wanted to bump this thread and let you know that the OP has been updated with new ordering instructions. You will now place your order by email instead of PM, so you no longer need to create a forum account if you don't want to. Also, we will now take checks if you don't use PayPal... Please see the first post for more details.

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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Sun Oct 23, 2011 11:40 pm

I was interested in these ones:
16A: EUR 244,00 ( 36005: Mennekes 4meter laadkabel 20A 1-fase mode 3 (L1,N,RA,CP,PP) EV-laadstekker (Type 2) - open eind )
32A: EUR 335,00 ( 36008: Mennekes 4meter laadkabel 32A 3-fase mode 3 (L1,L2,L3,N,RA,CP,PP) EV-laadstekker (Type 2) - open eind )
The 16A cable is actually a 20A cable, but the resistor limits it to 16A. At the end there is no connector, so you can place any CEE connector on it what you like.
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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Mon Oct 24, 2011 8:59 am

GeekEV wrote:If you accidentally burn your house down with a cigarette butt, will they deny your coverage? I can guarantee you cigarettes aren't UL listed. Want a less dramatic example? How about a candle? Are they UL listed? You're just being paranoid. Where in your homeowners policy does it say that you may only use UL listed appliances?

Exactly, not to mention UL is a third party for-profit private company that makes money testing items. It is not a government agency or legal entity and there is no law behind Ul listing. I believe all Ikea products are not UL listed, I would bet most homes have many products that are not UL listed. If one changes a cord end on a product it is no longer UL tested. Many major national sold electrical products are not UL listed.

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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:01 am

Ingineer wrote:Are you going to be offering the Gary to L6-20 Adapter?

Here's the picture of the one we offer:
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This is your best bet for an adapter for general use IMO.

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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Mon Oct 24, 2011 10:07 am

What is the current rating on that adapter? :roll:
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Ingineer wrote:Are you going to be offering the Gary to L6-20 Adapter?

Here's the picture of the one we offer:
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:D

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This is your best bet for an adapter for general use IMO.
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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Mon Nov 19, 2012 2:43 am

I'm preparing to order a Rev2 upgraded EVSE, and an L6-20 extension cord and adapter from L6-20 to my (rental house) garage wiring.

My nearby source of 240V power is a NEMA 10-30 outlet that's currently in use by a laundry dryer. I really can't ask all the household dryer users to switch plugs between the dryer and the upgraded EVSE, but I can ask them to check whether the car is plugged in before they start drying a load of clothes. Similarly with the household's drivers - I can ask them to check first, but I can't ask them to jockey plugs.

Is there a 10-30 Y-plug, or duplex stacker, or any other such product so I can have the EVSE and the dryer plugged in at the same time?

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