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Do you have 2 Teslas? Do you use one 14-50 receptacle?


Feb 25, 2013
Santa Clara
I have a timer operated switching panel that I built and had inspected by both the city of San Jose and city of Santa Clara. It allows one 14-50 receptacle to be shared between two Teslas and lets you select the time and length of charge for each car. I built it so I could take advantage of PG&Es lower cost of electricity in the middle of the night to charge both my wife's and my Tesla.

It is FREE as I no longer need this panel and will give it to anyone that can use it. It does need to have a new 14-50 receptacle put in the box as I used it when I upgraded my system from 50 amps to 100 amps.

It is located in San Jose.

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Sep 30, 2014
United States
Wow....I have noodled on this issue a lot (and begged Tesla to have the timers int he cars have end times so I can prevent the S and the X from charging at the same time!) Since the piece is spoken for, can you share partnumbers/wiring diagram so I can copy? Thank in advance. John at [email protected] 707 694 8091

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