LastEmp wrote:It turns out Pechanga's "EV charging stations" are standard 110 volt outlets
Well that's lame. Thanks for the info, though. I guess it's nice of them to make some standard outlets available; at least it would suffice for someone who plans to stay overnight. For a day trip that most likely wouldn't cut it though. Did you happen to notice if the outlets were GFCI? One could, in theory, still get an L2 charge with an upgraded EVSE and a quick220-style device. However, most outdoor outlets are GFCI, which kills that idea.
Now I can cancel my plans to drive to Pechanga next week to check out their charging. 65 miles each way. Thanks for saving me the effort.
Yes, outdoor outlets are supposed to be GFCI, but even if they were not, you would have to have two receptacles on opposite phases to use Quick220. I guess that would be fairly likely with 6 outlets, because they would have to be on separate circuits, and the easiest way to wire a pair of circuits is to share one 240-volt dual breaker with a common neutral.
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