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

Mon Nov 19, 2012 2:59 am

I'm not aware of any off-the shelf... But it may well exist somewhere.

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

Mon Nov 19, 2012 8:18 am

bobs wrote: 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?
Such a thing could be easily made by someone with electrical wiring knowledge or a place like stayonline.com might be able to make it. I realize you are in a rental but is your electrical panel in your garage? If so adding a new circuit there is probably a simple task as well.

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

Mon Nov 19, 2012 9:37 am

just ordered an adapter and they were MUCH cheaper so i would suggest an edit to the OP to reflect current pricing
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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Mon Nov 19, 2012 10:29 am

Ordered from us or "that other guy"? If us, I'll have to check with my brother for current pricing... Thanks for pointing this out!

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

Mon Nov 19, 2012 10:35 am

GeekEV wrote:Ordered from us or "that other guy"? If us, I'll have to check with my brother for current pricing... Thanks for pointing this out!
oh oh :shock: there are two of you? maybe i ordered from the other guy it was evseadapters ...oh that is you. i only paid $39 and there was no shipping charge...very cheap
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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:41 am

DaveinOlyWA wrote:oh oh :shock: there are two of you? maybe i ordered from "the other guy"[edit] ...oh that is you.
This is awkward... ;)
"the other guy", aka johnr on the forum, is not the same or related to GeekEV as far as I'm aware. Maybe I'm wrong?

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

Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:46 am

If it wasn't evseadapters@yahoo.com it wasn't us... I checked with my brother and he indicated it wasn't him, so...

Yeah, that other guy is quite a bit cheaper.
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Re: Adapters for Ingineer's L1 to L2 EVSE mod NOW AVAILABLE

Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:50 am

GeekEV wrote:If it was evseadapters@yahoo.com it wasn't us... I checked with my brother and he indicated it wasn't him, so...

Yeah, that other guy is quite a bit cheaper.
Now I'm really confused - the first post of this thread lists the email above...

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Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:53 am

Oops. That should have read "wasn't". Fixed it. I had a late night last night and am very tired today... :shock:

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

Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:56 am

drees wrote:Now I'm really confused - the first post of this thread lists the email above...
You're confused?
Shucks, I thought they were talking about a 10-30 splitter or 'Y' cord. :?:

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