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The 15A (and 10A) tail are included in the Gen2 Mobile Charger kit supplied with Model 3's and Raven Model S and X.Anyone know for how long Tesla have been supplying a 15 amp tail for the mobile connector/charger?
Thanks. Do you know where I can get a 15 amp tail (for Gen 1 charger)?The 15A (and 10A) tail are included in the Gen2 Mobile Charger kit supplied with Model 3's and Raven Model S and X.
Gen1 Mobile Chargers (also known as UMC's, Universal Mobile Chargers) that came standard with Model S and X pre-Raven, only came with a detachable 10A tail.
So to your question "how long", the answer is how ever long Model 3's have been delivered.
(maybe you should re-phrase your question)
It’s ok (hopefully). Tesla have quoted $49 for the 15 amp tail for the Gen 1 Charger. Will come back to me if stock still available@nuclearfusion The 3m tail is long enough to get you to hard to reach places and the cable itself has a thick rubber outer sheath, the plug has the screw thingy so you get a good purchase onto the caravan socket, that often times are well worn and don't grip onto the metal pins on the plug. Recommended.
I did not know Tesla sell (or sold) a 15A tail for the Gen1 UMC, although you can get Gen2 tails for USD35, (approx AUD49?)... so if it is not available THAT may be the reason your guy at Tesla got his wires crossed....Tesla have quoted $49 for the 15 amp tail for the Gen 1 Charger.....
Also, as has been reported on the Model 3 thread the 10A tail with the Gen2 UMC only charges at 8A (labelled that on the plug) and the 15A tail only charges at 12A (also labelled on the plug)
Yep, you were right, they stuffed up. So not only is the service in Australia non-existent but also incompetent.I did not know Tesla sell (or sold) a 15A tail for the Gen1 UMC, although you can get Gen2 tails for USD35, (approx AUD49?)... so if it is not available THAT may be the reason your guy at Tesla got his wires crossed.
Will use the aftermarket solution suggested above, with the advantage that it probably draws a full 15 amps, rather than the 12 amps on the Gen II charger.
We were all kids once.Tesla customer service is the absolute pits. Truly crap.
No, they kept itIf you mean this one then yes it will try to draw 16A.. so I would strongly recommend turning down the Amps in the car to 15A or even 14A, just to make sure you don't overheat the wiring in the wall as it draws power for a prolonged period, you can't assume it's in top condition.
Did Tesla make you buy the Gen2 15A tail?.
Some were stillbornWe were all kids once.
Thanks for that.