I know that in Amsterdam at Schiphol Airport there are 4 60kW chargers from Tesla as well.
They are NOT public, but they were bought by the local taxi company to charge their taxis.
Odd. Why would Tesla go through all the work of creating a 60kW Semi-Super-Charger, but then only sell it in such limited quantities?
Perhaps it's in "research" / "trial" phase like power pack was.Feel like this 2. And why aren't there some info about how you can acquire such a charger.
They've also installed at least one private full-power supercharger, that I know of, which is in Las Vegas. I'm sure it's pretty expensive. If you're really interested, reach out to Tesla. I presume it's not something they advertise because the market is really very small.
I wonder if these are your typical 120kw superchargers just locked in a split of 60kw - 60kw to both pedestals. Or if this actually a 60kw supercharger that will split that 60kw between both pedestals such that if there were 2 cars charging there, they might see less than 60kw.
The smart money is betting that Cott will be the first U.S. install at his "Hole In The Wall". :biggrin::biggrin:
The fast chargers are low cost items for business like restaurants. No reason a restaurant would benefit from offering supercharger. Business probably have the option of throttling even the fastcharger.
Are those continuous currents? Specs for 50 kW CHAdeMO in the USA usually say a 200A circuit if using 208V triphase.