OK, I just really wanted to get this off my chest. EVSE is a terrible name. It really is. But worse than that is the full name: Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment. Really? You "supply" your car every evening? A sarcastic round of applause to the engineers who came up with that one, and to the people who allowed the term to escape from the world of engineering. To anyone who ever says something like "Actually, the charger is in the car, the thing you plug is in an EVSE", when there is no confusion about what's under discussion: shut up. Just shut up. (I was going to write please shut up, but no, this request is not polite). You aren't helping. It's perfectly fine for people to call an EVSE a charger. It's a thing you use to charge your car. Your car doesn't charge without one. In most cases people don't even need to talk about the onboard charger. It just decides how fast the car can charge on AC. That's usually decided when they buy the car. It comes with the car. It's inside the car. To the buyer, it's the capability, not a thing. So people don't talk about it. Until it goes wrong. When it goes wrong, that's when you can ask for qualification: wall charger, portable charger, onboard charger. That's all. Thanks for reading.