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Tesla Power Sharing no longer requires Subpanel

Its buried in this thread ( New "Universal Wall Connector" doesn't charge the Rivian. ) but the new Universal Wall Connector manual shows that you no longer are required to use a subpanel when connecting multiple wall connectors on a single circuit. Per the manual ->


Note, it doesn't make a distinction that all need to be Universal Wall Connectors...just says gen 3 wall connectors (per the power sharing sections on other pages of the manual).

Many speculated before that Tesla was going to change the manual in the future (since requiring a subpanel didn't make sense), and they did! (and rumors that they were already telling other installers that a subpanel wasn't actually needed). Of course, they really just shoehorned that diagram in since the rest of the manual doesn't talk about single circuits. Glad they added it officially..since my install just a few weeks ago we decided to bet against the future and just used polaris connectors instead of a subpanel.