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    Gen3 Wall Charger - EV Compatibility

    Yeah I think it's reasonable to expect older cars with Type 1 ports to carry and use their own adapter. Thanks Chuq, appreciate the video link!
  2. M

    Gen3 Wall Charger - EV Compatibility

    Thanks for your help! Here's hoping they haven't snuck something sneaky into the firmware. :) Definitely will be choosing the long cable. Great! Thanks for the help! I'll pass on the info and let them decide - if they do go with the Gen3 I'll see if I can find someone with a non-Tesla car to...
  3. M

    Gen3 Wall Charger - EV Compatibility

    Thanks! Is this correct for Australia though? Australia set a standard for charging ports/adapters to be Type 2, and the Tesla Shop notes that the Gen3 comes with a "Type 2 handle". (Wall Connector) I'm not familiar with the J1772 handle, but I know that when I go to third party charging...
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    Gen3 Wall Charger - EV Compatibility

    Hi all - hopefully this isn't a silly question...I did have a look through the forums first to see if anyone else had asked but I couldn't find anything. I'm a new Model 3 owner, and currently I'm just using the mobile charger at home to top up regularly. My work is looking at installing a...

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