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  1. P

    Choosing an extension cord: 400V or 230V?

    I'm looking to buy a 2.5mm² extension chord to use with my Gen 2 UMC, but I'm torn between these two options: 1. CEE rubber extension cable H07RN-F 5G 2.5 mm² 400 V 16 A 2. CEE extension cable angled coupling camping cable caravan cable H07RN-F 3G 2.5 mm² Though I live in Romania, which has...
  2. T

    Extension cord needed, apartment charging in garage, outlet on ceiling

    I live in an apartment that has a regular outlet in the garage that I could use to charge my Model 3. My only dilemma is that the outlet is on the ceiling so I will be needing an extension cord. I DON'T plan to leave the cord hanging. I will be securing it to the wall. I should only need around...
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    Dryer Buddy Plus Auto NEMA 10-30 to 10-30 + 55 feet extension 14-50 outlet

    Tired of having to unplug your charger when you use your drier, or the other way around? Selling a 2-year-old Dryer Buddy Plus AUTO - NEMA 10-30 5.5' input cable - NEMA 10-30 Dryer outlet - NEMA 14-50 Remote EVSE outlet (55' cable) - Includes color screen to monitor EV charger consumption...
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    120v Extension Cord Charging

    Hi everyone! People were super helpful on my first general-tips post, so I thought I'd shoot out another with a more specific question. I've looked through the existing threads and haven't found all that much that's applicable to my situation. General question: Is charging from a 120v (regular...
  5. R

    Extension cord (gauge) for charging M-Y

    I would need an extension cord to charge my MY for a few months. what is the best gauge recommended for a 50' feet extension cord? 12/3 or 10/3? Both are rated for 15amps.
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    30' NEMA 14-50 Extension Cord - San Francisco Bay Area

    I've been using a NEMA 14-50 Extension cord to charge my car at home. I no longer need it and it's now up for sale. The exact model is: Camco 30' PowerGrip Heavy-Duty Outdoor 50-Amp Extension Cord for RV/EV (link) Price $100 OBO Pickup in San Francisco.
  7. B

    5-15 extension cord

    I have been researching extension cords to use for charging my Tesla Model 3 on a now and then basis when staying with family out of town. They only have a 5/15 plug so it is trickle charging (12 amp). I need to use at least a 25 ft. extension cord. Everything I have researched says I need at...
  8. RubinRA

    240v Extension Cord Question

    I bought a heavy 15-foot extension cord to connect my Model 3 (via a Gen 2 mobile connector with a NEMA 10-30R adapter) to my in-laws' old NEMA 10-30R basement dryer plug. It works fine to recharge my car. Here's my question: If I get an adapter like this one (http://www.shorturl.at/ruT39), am I...
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    Charge Cord Extension & Y Splitter

    When I first bought my Model 3 I charged it by tying into my electric dryer connector (NEMA 14-30). Rather than unplug/plug my dryer cord each time, I bought a heavy duty Y-splitter so that the dryer and a 10 foot extension cord that reached my car could always be powered. After living with...
  10. srkerd

    Charging Extension Cord

    This is a 30ft extension cord that I had bought from Evannex. it is a Nema 14-50 extension cord. It is very thick so no problems with over heating. I have used this for my model S with no problems but since then I have installed a wall charger with a long cord so don't need this any more...
  11. dc121gw

    NEMA 14-50 to extension cord to NEMA 10-30 charging?

    I am taking a road trip over the holidays and my host has a standard 5-15 120V outlet and a 3-prong 10-30 dryer outlet. I have the 14-50 Tesla charging adapter. Rather than buy the 10-30 charging adapter from Tesla, I got a 14-50 to 10-30 adapter. So I would use the 14-50 on the Telsa mobile...
  12. David99

    NEMA 14-50 extension cord

    30 feet NEMA 14-50 extension cord. Only used indoor. It's like new. Payed $80 for it. Asking $50.
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    Charging safely at 9/12 amps?

    Hi, I own a model 3 and live in a condo that has underground parking. The only outlets that are available for charging are in the storage closet next to my parking spot. The parking itself has like 15 foot ceilings and the outlet that is setup in the closet is this exact model Leviton Porcelain...
  14. Stavesacre21

    Model X parts, extension cord and adapters for sale

    Sold our Model X and now we're cleaning house. PM or reply here if interested. Items are first come/first serve 50' Extension Cord - SOOW 10/3, safely handles 24 continuous amps, 14-50 Female to 14-60/14-50/14-30 male, weighs only 15 lbs - *TESLA USE ONLY - NOT FOR RV USE - AMPS MUST BE SET...
  15. KBurbridge14

    Extension Cord For 14-50 Charging

    I'm preparing to embark on a road trip from California to the Northwest. Undoubtedly, I'll be using the Washer/Dryer 14-50 outlets of friends to charge my X. Keeping in mind that I have the High Amperage Upgraded Charging capability, what extension cord would you recommend? Any trial-and-error...
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    extension cord anti-theft device?

    Any ideas on how to secure an extension cord whilst leaving the car charging over night? I just paid $150 for a good cord and would hate to see it walk off! I know I've seen a plate like device that holds the cable and then you drive onto the plate, but I can't find it now. I drove into the...
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    Extension cord for 240V outlet?

    Hi! I am a brand new member and a very serious Model S prospective buyer. Apologies in advance if this question was already discussed, but I did not find it raised anywhere. We would visit our in-laws frequently in our Model S, so of course I would want some way to charge my Model S at their...
  18. Babylonfive

    A little charge cord routing issue I'm trying to solve... help anyone?

    Hey all - thanks in advance for any help you can give. I have a two-car garage, with a new 14-50 installation on the right wall (facing in, as reference). The S will go into the right position, but of course the cord will be extended from the 'wrong' side over to the driver side. I'm concerned...

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