What do you do to keep the cable out of the way on the Hpwc that’s on your ceiling? A hanger or retractor?I Tesla says to install it in a particular way, then that is how it needs to be installed, unless it is a violation of code. I don't know what the instructions are.
Mine is 8' above the floor in one garage and and 6' in the other, because I run the cable overhead and drop it down to where the car is parked. I have a ladder to reach the reset button (if I ever have to, which I never have).
The ceiling in my garage is unfinished. I run through cable through whatever supports are available. At the back of the car I leave just enough length to reach the charge port. When disconnected I usually loop the end over the garage door track (there is some at the back that the door does not use on my installation -- obviously don't loop it over where the door runs). I have also run it with a "sag" in the cable before the final drop and hung the handle over the loop. KISS (or maybe lazy).What do you do to keep the cable out of the way on the Hpwc that’s on your ceiling? A hanger or retractor?
It'll be fine. Teslas instructions are a guide, at least for the high side, I wouldn't go lower than they suggest.Where I intend to install my charger puts the bottom of the bracket at about 58” but it looks like the pictures show the top of the bracket at 60” max. I hope this is ok!