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John Day

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by wagonwheel, Aug 26, 2016.

  1. wagonwheel

    wagonwheel New Member

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  2. ReddyLeaf

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    Nice find. I'm guessing HPWC. It looks like a road trip is in order.
     
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    Watch out for Sheriff Palmer.
     
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    Lyon 2016 S P100DL, 2016 X P90D

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    Indeed. If someone shoots at you don't call 911 or you'll end up in jail. ;)
     
  5. jdbob

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    From the picture on the Grant County Chamber of Commerce's Facebook page, it's a HPWC.
     

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    Then the question is what power level is wired for?

    I have seen destination chargers with HPWC that are only setup for 8KW, hopefully with the power meter right there they did the full 20KW's...
     
  7. Rocky_H

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    Well, whenever one of you goes to check it out, go ahead and add it on Plugshare and tell how many amps it's set up for.

    That drive is getting slightly easier. I did Sisters Oregon to Baker City in one shot, and it was not fun. There were obviously some other places I could have stopped to charge, but I didn't want to wait a couple of hours.
     
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    I've asked them on their Facebook page about the maximum current, also suggested they add it to plugshare.
     
  9. jdbob

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    They responded '100 amp" so I'm assuming that's the size of the breaker or they have no idea. They did apparently get a couple of Teslas charging there, here is one of the pictures:
     

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