We spent a lot of time researching various 240V charging options for the I-Pace since a 240V AC connection is required to achieve the 21 miles/hour charging rate at home. We finally chose the following combination for a couple of reasons: (1) easy to deploy, (2) uses less bulky cables which can be stored in the frunk, (3) connects to standard NEMA 14-50 240V outlet which is also available at most RV parks, and (4) provides compatibility with all Tesla Destination Chargers which are available without charge at thousands of restaurants and hotels worldwide. Tesla Destination Charger Locations available here
Tesla Mobile Connector Bundle ($300)
+ TeslaTap ($230)
Have an electrician install a NEMA 14-50 outlet at your home or office. Specs here
Follow the steps below. The sequence matters, or the I-Pace will never start charging!
(1) Make sure the NEMA 14-50 outlet is live. Then plug in the Tesla Mobile Connector cable to the NEMA 14-50 outlet. Skip this step if using a Tesla Destination Charger.
(2) Close and lock your I-Pace. Then unlock the car.
(3) Open the charge door. Remove rubber cover from white end of TeslaTap. Plug in the J1772 white end of the TeslaTap connector to your I-Pace while the I-Pace outlet is blinking white.
(4) Plug in the Tesla cable to TeslaTap black end. Within a couple seconds, the outlet should start blinking green. The Tesla Mobile Connector or Tesla Destination Charger will begin scrolling through the lit TESLA letters indicating that the vehicle is charging.
(5) Lock your car. Use Jaguar Remote app on your smartphone to monitor for charge completion. You can't hurt anything by leaving things plugged in once the charge has completed.
REMOVING CHARGING CABLE:
(1) Close and lock your I-Pace. Then unlock the car.
(2) Press the black lever on the top of the white end of TeslaTap and remove it from the I-Pace outlet.
(3) Remove the Tesla cable from TeslaTap.
(4) Unplug the Tesla Mobile Connector for NEMA 14-50 if you're using one.