I'm wondering if there would be any benefit for my Tesla charging customers for me to add a NEMA 14-50 outlet right next to our existing 'lobotomized' Blink station with the J1772. You're going to have to whip out your adapter bag either way so my question is more of an electrical current type of question. We currently get about 13MPH charging out of this station, but it wouldn't be terribly difficult or expensive to add another outlet (using the existing wiring) if it provided Telsas more charging juice. Basically I just don't know if that Blink station is robbing any power. It's currently supplied by a line on a 40 amp breaker. Thanks for any input! This is one of the Model X's we used for charging testing, but like most Tesla owners, they do all their charging at home or at superchargers so I'm not really sure adding another outlet would benefit anyone. This is the outlet I am thinking about installing, available for about $30 from Home Depot. If we did install something like this you would have to use your own cord instead of the convenient Blink J1772, but either way you'd have to use one of your own adapters.