You will need to buy a compatible extension cord if you cannot run permanent wiring. An RV supply or welding supply store would have a compatible extension cordI like the solutions in this thread and appreciate your work. I need a 30’ run to reach my I-Pace. How to?
Unless you drive pretty close to the same way, same road conditions and in the same weather conditions all the time, how many ‘miles’ added is a variable that isn’t an accurate unit of measure.How many miles do you add per hour using this way of charging from, say, 20% battery life going to, say, 90%?
At home I plug in at 10PM and let it rip. SCE-TOU-A. Unplug by 8AM. No timers or delay programming on the vehicle or EVSE. I need 100% reliability when charging at home.If using this charging solution at home, how can I arrange for TOU charging during the hours when my rates are lowest? Reading some of the other threads in this forum, it seems that the on-board timer to start and end charging is not reliable...?
From that site: "Jaguar I Pace will not work if the HPWC or Destination Charger is set for 48 or 80 AMP charging signals."
I'm feeling a bit like a dunce right now, because I already own a Tesla (with a UMB and lots of adapters) and could have just ordered a TeslaTap rather than another 240v mobile EVSE.Tesla mobile connector bundle is out of stock right now
Very informative, NerdUno. This is the only step I'd consider skipping if you are doing this in your own garage. Most NEMA 14-50 sockets are not manufactured to weather frequent plugging and unplugging. I'd just leave it plugged in all the time if you're staying put in the same (secure) location for a while.(4) Unplug the Tesla Mobile Connector for NEMA 14-50 if you're using one.