I live in a Terrace home/condo and every parking spot here has a post with a 110v/12A (NEMA 5-15) receptacle that is connected to each unit's panel. Since I couldn't change much when I got my Tesla, I converted the 5-15 to a 6-20 (240v/20A; very easy conversion). I bought the 5-20 adapter from Tesla to properly limit the continuous current and created an adapter to make it fit in the new 6-20. As you can tell, I'm using my UMC for my daily charging and everything is OK so far. However, it's becoming a hassle to connect and disconnect the charger every morning and night. I would like to have something fixed in there that I only have to plug it in when I reach home and unplug it when I leave. Also, it would be nice to make it available on Plugshare for other EV drivers in case of an emergency. Buying another UMC is expensive and is prone to be stolen no matter what you do to the post (although I live in a very safe area, but you never know) since it will be outside all the time. So I was thinking of a way to have a J1772 installed, something cheap and does the job since I only need a 16A J1772. I looked at a few ones online but they are still in the ~$400-500 range. I also looked at this $100 J1772 with cable, but I'm not sure what to put on the other end: SAE J1772 EV charging plug in with 8 meters 16A cable, for American electric car/vehicle-in Electrical Plugs Supplies on Aliexpress.com Is it a straight forward hookup to the wall, or does it need a some circuit in between? Basically, my final product should look like this: http://store.evsolutions.com/turbocord-p28.aspx?__utma=56191615.2130059124.1406128660.1406128660.1406128660.1&__utmb=56191618.104.22.1686128683237&__utmc=56191615&__utmx=-&__utmz=56191615.1406128660.1.1.utmcsr=google|utmccn=(organic)|utmcmd=organic|utmctr=(not%20provided)&__utmv=-&__utmk=183826082 Any feedback is appreciated!