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14-50 outlet

  1. S

    Charging Options to use 30 amps & 240 V breaker switch ( Electric Dryer) to charge my Tesla at home

    I have a 30 amps & 240 V breaker switch ( Electric Dryer). I see this can be used if we setup a 14-30 outlet and with 14-30 Adapter from tesla using mobile connector. Wanted to know if below options are feasible or not ? Option 1: Can we setup a J1772 outlet using 30 AMPS & 240v Electric...
  2. itsallaboutme

    NEMA 14-50 or Hardwire ChargePoint electric company paying for service upgrade

    Should I go for the 14-50 or hardwire the ChargePoint? I am getting a 200 amp service upgrade which will be paid for by PSEG NJ electric service provider. Hardwire: if I get another charger I would have to hire the electrician to come back and install the new charger. (This is only if...
  3. Darblish

    Mobile connector maximum amperage fluctuating

    I’ve had my Model Y for about 2 days now, and am charging at home with a NEMA 14-50 outlet and the “corded mobile connector” (the 40-amp version). I picked the corded model because if I come home at my latest usual time and plug in with 20%, 9.6kW will get me to 80% before my earliest usual...
  4. C

    Garage Charging at 240Volt

    So, I'm in the market for a Model 3 SR+. I currently have a 240 volt 6-20P plug in my garage with a 25 amp breaker. I'll need an extension cord / adapter that will connect the 6-20R to what? I am assuming Tesla gives you a 14-50 plug to charge at home? In which cast I would need a 6-20R to...
  5. E

    NEMA 14-50 plug or wall charger?

    I just put in an order for the M3 LR RWD and am now trying to figure out which charging option to go with in my garage. I was starting to lean towards the 14-50 plug since it's cheaper than the wall charger and almost as high on charge miles per hour. But then I ran across the fact that the...
  6. rogerbohl

    NEMA 14-50 cover plate

    My son asked his contractor to arrange for 14-50 outlet. Instead of a surface mount, he installed a standard, plastic 4" box, and none too well -- it wiggles a bit. We installed the outlet, but the 4" galvanized 14-50 box does not fill the 4-1/2" hole the contractor cut in the sheetrock. Is...