I just got my brand new MS last week (yay!) and I already had a Schneider Electric home EVSE rated at 30A continuous on 30A double pole breaker that I had been using for my Chevy Volt. Here's some info on this specific EVSE: EVlink Indoor Home EV Charging Station - Schneider Electric USA I heavily perused the forums prior to getting my MS and noted many warnings about dialing down the current in the car when using homemade or non-Tesla adapters based on any given NEMA outlet's rating. I'm curious if this also applies to my particular EVSE? When I first plugged in the MS to my EVSE, it charged at 30A. I dialed it down to 24A, but I'm uncertain if this was necessary or not since EVSEs have all that sophisticated communication stuff and are probably rated differently than a NEMA outlet.