A 6-15 looks similar size to a regular 120v US outlet, a 6-30 is much bigger, looks like a range type plug.pmatt wrote: ↑Wed Jul 22, 2020 12:44 pmI am trying to post a picture of the circuit breaker...I am not an electrician so I am clueless...but it's a double breaker, each says 25 on it. So is that 25 or 50?
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A 25a breaker is very odd(I've never seen one) but if 25a is stamped on the end of the breaker toggle it must mean 25a 240v. As others have said in your case you should really verify the wiring size. A 6-30 outlet would indicate a 30a circuit but it's possible as they don't make 25a outlets they used a 30a outlet as using a 20a outlet wouldn't handle a 25a load.
I'm guessing you would be good with a 20a continuous load and EVSEs do come with 20a settings but they aren't too common, the 240v OEM Leaf EVSE would NOT work on a 20/25a circuit, well unless you hook the EVSE up to a pre '13 Leaf in which the Leaf itself limits 240v charging to 16a, your Leaf will max out at 27.5a, way too much for even a 25a circuit.