drbrake wrote: ↑
Sun Oct 04, 2020 11:23 am
Would I need to install Leaf Spy or something?
What us the maximum amperage I can take fill advantage of? And is there such a thing as an l2 charger too powerful to use? Or does it just automatically step down to what I can handle?
Like ALL electrical appliances, the device will draw only what it needs. This is how a 100 watt incandescent and a 7 watt LED survive on the same plug. LEAF Spy does tell you power, current and voltage ALL the time including when charging. Realize the input is slightly higher than displayed because LEAF spy only shows the sum total of power so you have overhead taking a bit. L2 charging has cooling requirements, etc. So a 6.6 kw input, you would see 6.2 to as much as 6.5 kw
FYI; you will find most public L2's incapable of making your LEAF sweat.
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