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Discussion in 'Asia and Australia' started by twinklejet, May 11, 2013.
What type of charger is this??
technically, the 'charger' is in the vehicle.. your question is regarding an EVSE.
is this a where's Waldo question? Does anyone know where this is located?
is this a question about the brand of EVSE?
Or are you asking about the J1772 connector on this EVSE?
You can check here:
It's located less than 3 miles from my home.. and I'm wondering if this can be used to charge a Model S and if so, at what rate of charge and with what connector..
And yes I'm wondering what brand of EVSE this is as there is no logo and branding on the unit at all...
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I tried. Doesn't seem to fit any of the photos on that site...
it's a J1772, odds are that it pulls 200-240 volts with 30 amps resulting in 16-20 miles/hour of charge. Don't recognize the brand - higher amperage is possible, just not common yet. It can be used with the Model S with the included J1772 adapter.
Is that an ICE car parked in the other charging space? :cursing:
Yes, yes it is. LOL.
Lookslike getting ICE'd is a worldwide issue
These spaces really need to have an "EV PARKING ONLY -- VIOLATORS WILL BE TICKETED & TOWED" sign.
Maybe we should print some up and stick them around ourselves!
Darn good idea Carrerascott
I didn't see it at the link VFX posted.
But, it looks a lot like the charger here:
Singapore launches electric car test bed
And the icon in your picture (that looks like the speaker symbol/audio symbol used for other applications/products) looks the same as the one on page 11 of 65 here:
In fact, here it is on page 26 of 65 of that same PDF:
TEG mode activity completed.
Not a new idea Someone here had created signs and even a fake "ticket". I'll see if I can find it..