And yes, in my case, I'm leaving the EVSE plugged in somewhat permanently... and since we don't have an electric dryer in the garage, that stays plugged in about 363 out of 365 days...
We're using a "EBUSBAR Portable EV Charger with plug NEMA 10-30" (16A)
Here is the production information for the charger:
3x faster than your level 1 charger
Voltage 240V and current 16A output power 3.8kw
Plug type NEMA 10-30P which is compatible with dryer’s outlet
Reliable design including water proof, leakage protection, overvoltage protection, overcurrent protection
Good for Nissan Leaf, Chevrolet Volt, Toyota Prius, Fiat 500E and all other plug-in evs
EBUSBAR Portable EV Charger with plug NEMA 10-30
Built by Ebusbar, the Level 2 home charger can make charging your electric vehicle as easy as charging your cell phone.
– Compatible with all EVSE standards and recommended practices, including SAE J1772, NEC 625, UL 2231 and UL 2594.
– Built-in communication verifies proper connection before charging can commence.
– Voltage 240V with plug NEMA 10-30 which is compatible with dryer’s outlet.
– output current 16A.
– Reliable design including water proof, leakage protection, over-voltage protection and over-current protection.
– Cord length 17 feet.
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