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Tesla engineers crapped the bed on the Gen 3 Wall Connector

TechnoBabble

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Mar 11, 2019
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GTA
You make no sense whatsoever bro. The manual says to install 6 gauge for maximum output. What if we dont need maximum output or worse, out electrical service cannot support maximum output? Ontario code doesnt require a minimum 8 gauge and I have no clue where you found that info. Level 2 EV charging can be as low as 240v 15 amps.
Gen 2 wall connector could be wired with 15 gauge through to 3 gauge and it was perfectly fine that way. Tesla designed the Gen 3 charger to be installed in the same fashion but it fails inspection because of the way the current can be adjusted over wifi.
 

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