New I-Pace owner (1st EV experience) so I may have made a mistake on what I did today (not on the car itself but for my garage).
I purchased the ChargePoint Home Flex charger with Nema 14-50 plug
from Amazon and tomorrow I have an electrician coming to install a 240v/50amp receptacle in my garage. For what I understand this setup would allow me to charge the car at a much faster rate and if ever at an RV park (50 amp), this device should work as well.
After reading this tread, it seems a much better option would have been to go with the Tesla charger, I-Pace adapter combination which would give me the fast charging at home, RV park (50 amp), and the advantage to use Tesla's network (non-super chargers).
I would need for either charger an AC Works EV adapter to convert from NEMA 14-50 to 30 amp RV power (if no 50 amp available).
Did I follow all this information correctly?
Also, my understanding is that Tesla's have a configuration menu to select the amount of AMPS (sorry if it is a different electric term) you are connecting to, does the I-PACE have similar menu (I have not found it)?
Also, I assume my request to the electrician to install 240v is correct and not 220v (that's for Europe and not US), but I am confused if 50 amp was the correct request or 40 amp as I saw on some other posts (unless 40 amps is for Europe as well).
Thanks in advance.