mod note: This conversation moved out of CHAdeMO adapter thread in Model S forum Nevertheless, all newer Norwegian SC sites have the step-up transformers. Here is a picture of the label: 480V 3-phase 192A is 160kW, same as the transformer rating, and the neccessary input power to achieve 150kW output (since chargers are not 100% efficient). If you still don't believe me about the transformers I'll take an overview picture of Solli SC. I also have the building permits which goes into details about the transformers, but they are in Norwegian. As for the internal SC configuration, my guess is 15x10kW US units. 480V is what they use in the US so it makes sense to do the same here. The 330A limit is for one connector, not the total power shared. Yes, I am sure we shared. I checked the labeling, we were the only two cars there and the other car was nowhere near full battery. 120kW for me and 30kW for him. If he was on another SC he would get way more than 30kW. Also there was a tech on site working on the SCs, he said he was upgrading them. I do not know what he was upgrading, but he confirmed 150kW per cabinet rating. My guess is the newer US Superchargers also have 15 10kW units, while the old ones had 12 units. Instead of continuing with two lines they are probably standarising on the US configuration.