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New Wall Connector - Rear Entry Questions

Discussion in 'Charging Standards and Infrastructure' started by HJD., Aug 10, 2016.

  1. HJD.

    HJD. Member

    Jul 11, 2016
    I'm in the process of installing two of the new wall chargers in my garage, and of course wanting a clean look with nothing exposed I am trying to do a rear-entry install.

    Some quick facts:

    1. I went the subpanel route in the garage to maximize my flexibility. I'm running #3 wire from the subpanel to each wall connector so the wire has more flex in it than #2, to ease those steep bends.

    2. Everything is running through conduit -- I live in Chicago, this is conduit central. :)

    My question - any tips / tricks for getting the wiring into the rear of the wall connector? The challenge my electrician is having is being able to bend the cable at a 90 degree angle into the wall connector.

    I'd appreciate any descriptions / thoughts anyone has about how they have gotten their rear entry installs done and what we're missing here to make it happen. I'm attaching a couple of photos of what I'm working with. The conduit the #3 wires are going to be coming is on the right in both photos.


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